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Women Contact Attorney General After Alleged Travel Scam

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FRANKFORT, Ky. (LEX 18) - A  group of senior citizens says they were scammed out of thousands of dollars while trying to cheer on the cats. Now, the attorney general's office is going after the owner of a travel agency who promised lavish trips, but did not deliver.

Barbara Coleman and her girlfriends never miss an opportunity to travel in their matching sweaters and cheer on the cats. To do that, they've been using a travel agency called 'Travel Crazy.' For 15 years, the agency did it all - from booking game tickets to hotels to transportation. 

"It was comfortable and he was very good to us. He really was. It was a nice trip," Coleman told LEX 18.

But then in 2017, the trips started getting canceled with very little notice.

"The three trips that he canceled were within three days we were supposed to leave," she explained.

And when the women asked for a refund they heard nothing back. So they contacted Attorney General Andy Beshear. Thanks to several complaints, the agency's owner Kenn Harp is being sued.

If you feel as though you've been scammed, contact the Attorney General's office.

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