March 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);3/27/2009, p3
Trade Publication
The article reports on Association of British Travel Agents (ABTA)'s confidence in recouping the money paidout to holiday makers who were victims of a fraud gangster in Great Britain. Mike Monk, head of finance for ABTA, states that there will be enough money for the association to cover up their claims. ABTA, the Civil Aviation Authority and credit card companies will divide the remaining funds after the holidaymakers are to take priority over trade and corporate bodies.


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