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Sorry, but I agree with "me." "Me" may be or getting a paycheck, but like the rest of us, he is still giving online instruction. Many of us still have to take roll (yes, we do) online and have to do every other day online meetings with administration in addition to being available via Zoom or other platforms for several hours to deliver instruction or answer questions via email from parents. Are the travel industries doing that? And how do you know that they're still not paying all of their employees? No, "me" is correct. These services have not been delivered and the money should be refunded. So using your logic, if you are charged in advance for a service, say a repair, and then the company does not deliver service they should keep your money.
If your travel company was only booking services and events 5 weeks in advance for your Spring and Summer travel, you’d best get a better company next time.
What happened to travel companies is the same thing that happened to America. Through no fault of their own-nobodie’s fault, our economy has come to a halt. While they are scrambling to figure out how to get refunds from vendors, or pay employees, or even just stay in business another month, you have the time and luxury of going online and questioning their honesty and integrity-all while still getting your paycheck, paying your bills, and feeding your family. I’m not a travel agent, I just have a soul. These are not bad people, and the last thing they want to do is hurt you or your kids. Many of them have supported your state organizations, activities, and events for many years. Just as they wouldn’t turn on us in a crisis, we shouldn’t turn on them. Please be more considerate.