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Give us back our money!

Anesta Henry

Give us back our money!

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COMPLAINTS AGAINST REDjet have been gathering momentum, with several disgruntled ticketholders to meet in Barbados today to discuss a major protest against the troubled low-budget airline.
Christine Eli, who is spearheading the protest, and a number of people who yesterday announced support for her said they simply wanted their money back.
They complained that they had been frustrated in all efforts to get compensation.
People who called THE NATION yesterday said they had not been able to contact any REDjet or Barbados Government officials to shed light on the REDjet problem.
There was a suggestion that in the absence of any disclosures from REDjet about reimbursing people Government should look at foreclosing on the company’s property to compensate victims of the suspension of flights.