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- Length of time business has been operating
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- Response to 1 complaint(s) filed against business
- Resolution of complaint(s) filed against business
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|Problems with Product/Service||0|
|Total Closed Complaints||1|
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Seller of Travel
P.O. Box 944255, Sacramento CA 94244
Phone Number: (916) 322-3360
The number is 2048558.
Type of Entity
Limited Liability Company (LLC)
Business ManagementMr. Paul Dhadda, Owner
Travel Agencies & Bureaus
Alternate Business NamesExquisite Destination Honeymoons Exquisite Incentives Exquisite Luxury Villas Roseville Travel Depot
201 Pacific St
Roseville, CA 95678 Directions
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Complaint: The travel agent booked two separate transactions to collect two $50 booking fees instead of booking both myself and grandson on the same reservation. On May 23, 2012, ******, the travel agent at Roseville Travel booked two separate flights for me and my grandson so he could collect two different $50 booking fees. He could have easily booked both myself and grandson on the same reservation and charged one booking fee. He blamed the airline for not allowing him to book both of our reservations at the same time which my daughter later told me was untrue. Both of our flights were booked for June 8 and both flights costs $301.60 along with the $50 booking fee each. I was not aware of the second booking fee until I got my credit card statement. My daughter called ****** to ask him to credit my account the $50 since he should have booked both of us together and charged one booking fee but he has failed to do this. She has called him twice over the last two weeks and he continues to put her off. The tickets were for ****** ****** Confirmation # ****** and for ****** ****** confirmation # ******. Also, it should be noted that neither of these flights were taken. I ended up canceling both flights within 24 hours which I assumed would also waive the $50 booking fee but it didn't. I understand that I cannot get that $50 booking fee back but I believe ****** tried to take advantage of me travel knowledge by booking two different transactions and passing along two different fees to me. Please help me get my money back.
Desired Settlement: At the very least I should be refunded $50 since ****** definitely should not have charged two booking fees for the two flights that should have been listed under one transaction. Quite honestly, I feel that I should be refunded the full $100 since neither flight as taken and both were canceled within 24 hours.
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