TSG compo claims roll in

Adam, Caroline
March 2007
Travel Weekly Australia;3/30/2007, Issue 43, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports that the compensation claims from Travelshop agencies could reach $500,000 due to the collapse of Travel Services Group Co. (TSG) in Australia. According to Garry Dellar of Travel Compensation Fund (TCF), the claims from consumers are increasing everyday. TCF is assessing each claim because some customers have paid deposits, while others have paid full payment. In addition, an announcement of the sale of various travel outlets of TSG is expected to be imminent.


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