I put in a simple international roundtrip, I received 1 very interesting price quote on a first class ticket. I am following it up to see if I can get a one-stop return instead of the two-stop they offered. Need to do more research though, on how tickets are actually booked, paid for, etc.
I usually first investigate who is running the company. Address for this business is here:
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Webpage was created seven months ago, and has very little information. Even the FAQ section is worthless. I also find no reviews of them anywhere.
Probably selling consolidator tickets which may or may not earn miles. While OP may be asking a legitimate question, I am also suspicious of a first time poster who brings up a new TA. I'd take a pass.
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Getting miles does not interest me. Lack of Reviews does concern me and the website has little to "no" information on how to contact the Bidder. I will follow up on this though. About 20 years ago I booked a trip from the states to Africa through a consolidator, all went surprisingly smooth. I am not ready to give my credit card # yet though, as the price I was given does seem quite low.
Yes it does, and the website is hard to navigate. I posted a request and received one interesting bid. When I go back to the site I have a hard time finding my information. I am emailing with some agents on this itinerary and we will see where it goes. The premise does sound good and if it is a legitimate site Best of Luck to them.
It does appear similar to flightfox, though it concerns me that on flightfox one must pay a finders fee upfront. Don't mind paying a fee after the fare/itinerary has been agreed upon but definitely not before.
Looks as though the person requesting the itinerary sets the Finders Fee. Strange.