Like every year, especially before and during the summer vacation season, offers from companies and travel agencies that devote themselves to offering packages and packages are several times more than attractive and interesting, but at the same time care must be taken. In cases of deception or fraud.
Like the shows, the unfortunate situations many experienced when they fell into the trap of companies that appear to be unauthorized or registered with the National Trust for Tourism (Senator) are heard or spread quickly on social networks, so the portfolio urges citizens to resort to secure signatures.
To this end, from the entity to which they are urged to consult, consult and select travel agencies authorized by the competent body, and makes available to the parties concerned lists of those authorized and can be seen at Web page, also by calling 021-441530 ext. 117, or in case of suggestions and complaints, you should contact the email: [email protected]
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Likewise, they insist on combining all care when making inquiries and especially once a destination is determined, when ordering or arranging a tourist service, since many options do not guarantee compliance, and since they cannot claim any regulatory body, people are left with the notorious “nail” .
In light of this, the Senator Council has issued a list of tourism companies that are not licensed or registered with the General Secretariat, which are not less than 22 companies identified by the Foundation and are shown in the image that appears in the Secretariat’s post on Twitter.
In a similar vein, they point out that the registration procedure in registurpy is free, so they ask companies that guarantee seriousness and commitment to communicate with the Foundation’s offices. In cases of claims for tourism services, they can be submitted to the Suggestions and Claims Department at 0 21-441530 ext 169/170 or to the email mentioned above.
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