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Too good to be true? Maybe it was.
Travelers said they paid $900 to $1,000 each for tickets. Officials are looking into whether an agency took the money and ran.

LA TIMES
By Laurie Berger
Special to The Times

SAN FRANCISCO -- Travel attorney Alexander Anolik informed five tour operators that he wrote to the U.S. Justice Department about what he considers price-fixing when the operators forbid discounting of their products by intermediaries.

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