Zoeller claims Chicago travel agent scammed Hoosiers

2014-03-27T17:56:00Z 2014-03-27T21:25:06Z Zoeller claims Chicago travel agent scammed HoosiersBy Dan Carden dan.carden@nwi.com, (317) 637-9078 nwitimes.com

INDIANAPOLIS | Attorney General Greg Zoeller on Thursday sued Chicago travel agent Ronald Bryant, doing business as Ron-Mar Travel, forĀ failing to provide refunds after canceling $6,690 in bus tours sold to Indiana consumers.

"These customers trusted that their tour and hotel rooms were booked, but instead they were misled by the company," Zoeller said.

Bryant is accused of violating the Deceptive Consumer Sales Act and Indiana's Senior Consumer Protection Act, potentially subjecting him to triple damages. Zoeller is seeking a court injunction, restitution, civil penalties and attorneys' fees.

The Ron-Mar website says the Bronzeville company no longer is in business.

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