'Maybe things are not as good as i thought they was for these kinda companies, i heard things was picking up?'...so, in a declining market due to economic restraints and the threat of job losses where holiday operators work on tiny profits, you thought that things were OK? It might be best if you declined to apply for the Chancellors' job.
Although the company is another one backed by ATOL the administration of the compensation scheme leaves a lot to be desired. People often have to fork out before they get a refund. Imagine being stuck in a foreign country. So if you're a family of four and have booked in a hotel for two weeks full board and do not have access to a few thousand pounds because the hoteliers insist on being paid up front you could be in a lot of trouble.
Why can't ATOL get they're act together and have some sort of tie-up with the British Consuls?
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