Country Vacations, a subsidiary of Country Club, has been told to pay back Rs 71,000 to a customer.
As per the report of The Times of India, the Pune district consumer court has directed Country Vacations, a division of Hyderabad-based hospitality service provider Country Club (India), to refund Rs 71,000 with 9% p.a. interest since July 14, 2012 to a Pune resident for deficient service.
Here’s Times of India news report:
The interest component, so far, works out to more than Rs 28,755 and will continue to grow till actual payment to the complainant. Country Vacation has also been ordered to pay Rs 5,000 as damages to the complainant. Rashmi Singh, a resident of NIBM road, Undri, had filed a complaint alleging that Country Vacation had collected Rs 71,000 from her towards full charges of members for an attractive scheme of club membership and allied facilities. Singh complained that despite her paying the full membership fees, the service provider did not gave her a membership card nor did it provide any of the promised services such as hotel bookings during holidays etc. Read full report here.
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