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SOUTH JORDAN — In April, KSL Investigators told you about a Utah-based travel company that abruptly canceled overseas tours of many viewers without offering refunds. Thousands of dollars were paid, which prompted many calls to Get Gephardt. Now, that company has filed for bankruptcy protection. So, what happens next?
“They won’t email us. They won’t call us back,” Lynette Clark told us about her communications with tour operator Latter Day Travel.
Clark paid about $6,000 for a tour she booked with Latter Day Travel, but six months before departure, she got an email saying they canceled her tour because of inflation and higher travel costs. No refund was offered. There was only the promise of credit if there are “travel opportunities in the future.”
“I hope that we can get our money back,” she said.
“It’s a lot of money for us,” Laurel Bjornberg said, when KSL Investigators spoke to her about a nearly identical cancellation email she received from the sister company, CruiseBuilder.
She said she paid $4,700 for her tour and, like Clark, got no refund.
“We paid for our trip, and then we have nothing,” she said.
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