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Delta Travel Center Receives Highly Coveted A+ Rating from the BBB, Making Sure Their Valencia Club Members Don't Get Lost in the Internet Travel Scam


Delta Travel earns high marks from the BBB by making sure their members don't get that "rip off" price often paid by those who purchase travel online.

Santa Clarita, CA (PRWEB) October 29, 2012

Delta Travel Center's servicing department announced today that it has been accredited by the Better Business Bureau, and has become a BBB Accredited Business with an "A+" rating, the highest rating possible.

According to the accreditation, the "Better Business Bureau (BBB) has determined that Delta Travel Center's Servicing Department meets BBB accreditation standards, which include a commitment to make a good faith effort to resolve any consumer complaints."

Delta Travel's lead manager, Ralph Winters, said, "We hear too many stories of folks paying way too much for their travel and accommodations, at times, twice as much as they should. It's getting to the point where everything is priced at what they think they can get from a customer, and not just on the value of the service or product. The BBB accreditation and the A+ rating are a reflection of our long standing commitment to hard work, integrity, excellent customer service, and good business practices. Prospective clients can feel secure knowing that in our 16 year history, we have always conducted business in the highest, most ethical and professional manner. We consider the good name of our company, its service and all our travel agents to be one of our most valuable assets. Our members know we're not trying to say were perfect, but no matter what happens, we'll always try our best."

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