Why the link to the Skyscanner website on a site that is not tickets?

Back in 2016, you said that the flights website Skyscanner has been removed the travel Agency tripsta website after customers reported poor service. I’d like to read this letter at the time.

In may of this year I bought the tickets cost £885 from tripsta website after being directed there from us (which, obviously, was to restore it). The website tripsta has already stopped its activities, and air Moldova says – just two weeks before our departure – the website tripsta that I did not pay my tickets, so they are not valid. The website tripsta is not answering emails or his phone. I don’t have money to pay again.

I use Skyscanner for many years and trusted them, but a search on the Internet shows a huge list of people applying for the website tripsta let them down. One of my tickets were paid from Moldecredit cards and he says you can ask for refund up to 45 days from the date of sale, and it is more than two months.

In London

Money-Keeper was not warned for some time about the little-known European travel booking sites that Skyscanner partners, and here’s why. Greece-based website tripsta ceased operations in June, according to reports, leaving a trail of people holding worthless orders. It is surprising that we reinstate it.

On the website Skyscanner said that in June the firm stopped as soon as she knew it additional difficulties. He says it is “aware that a small number of people said that their tickets are not valid on certain airlines”. He adds: “we are making every effort to obtain permission from the website tripsta and trying to find a solution to cover the cost of the flight”.

If you are one of the victims, first contact the airline to see if your tickets remain valid. Most will not, as it seems, the website tripsta stopped paying some time ago airlines. Next stop should be the UK’s provider of Bank card. If your flight cost more than £100 and You paid by credit card, you can hold the card jointly and severally liable.

This website tripsta is no longer trading, such claims should be simple. Those who paid by debit card, the face of battle and the attempts of the payment.

If You have booked a flight or a journey with a firm that then goes bust before you take it, period of claim, usually starts ticking from the date of the flight. If you need to contact the Moldovan card provider to see if the same rule applies there, too.

Meanwhile, be careful to use Skyscanner-connected travel agencies that you’ve never heard of, and do a thorough search online before you enter Your card details.

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