The Slovak Trade Inspection Authority (SOI) has banned the travel agency Pesa Travel from selling tours and arranging tourist services. It found that the travel agency was entering into travel contracts in its own name, that is, without providing protection in the event of its bankruptcy.
The inspectors of the Slovak Trade Inspection reached a decision on the basis of Inspection at the travel agency. They also checked documents such as Travel contracts submitted to it by consumersHe also studied travel offers on the travel agency’s website and Facebook profile.
They found the company Concluding travel contracts on his own behalf without providing protection in the event of travel agency bankruptcy.
The insurance contract is no longer valid
The audit firm has also failed to comply with the obligation to notify the supervisory authority of the creation or modification of a contract providing protection in the event of insolvency, since The travel agency had a bankruptcy insurance policy by January 10, 2021,” It informs the SOI on its website, explaining that this information is also a warning to the public.
As mentioned below, the travel agency is still Has not demonstrated compliance with the obligation to provide protection in the event of insolvency To the extent provided by law.
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