TICO Approves Compensation for 34 Claims; 29 Against Crystal Cruises

advisor, agent, working, IC, work at home, home office, woman workingOn 27SEP 2022, the Travel Industry Council of Ontario’s (TICO’s) Board of Directors approved 34 claims against the Ontario Travel Compensation Fund totalling CAD $170,721 to assist 66 consumers who did not receive the travel services for which they had paid.

The approved Ontario Travel Compensation Fund claims are as follows:

  • Fly Jamaica Airways - 1 claim to assist 6 consumers, totalling $5,544
  • Rejoice Holidays Inc. - 3 claims to assist 6 consumers, totalling $5,993
  • Sunmed Holidays Inc. - 1 claim to assist 2 consumers, totalling $1,000
  • Crystal Cruises - 29 claims to assist 52 consumers, totalling $158,184

For more information on TICO, visit its web site.

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