RALEIGH (WTVD) --North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper said Friday that the travel club Festiva Development Group of Nevada is banned from face-to-face sales in North Carolina and will pay refunds.
Cooper said the company promised members great savings on trips but never delivered.
"People who wanted affordable family vacations instead got stuck with a costly travel club membership that they could hardly even use, and they deserve better," Cooper said.
Under a settlement with Cooper's office, Festiva Development Group of Nevada will pay $286,144 for consumer refunds and reform the way it markets travel club memberships in North Carolina, including being banned from marketing in person in the state for three years.
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