Mystery Shopper from Stroud, Gloucestershire

January 2010
Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;1/15/2010, Issue 2896, p30
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the chosen agency and websites of a mystery shopper in Gloucestershire, England. The mystery shopper likes the agencies the First Choice and Thomas Cook Ltd. due to its cleanliness, having a friendly agent and several offerings. The mystery shopper chooses On The Beach website from Malta Holidays because the site is attractive, it can quickly produced results for photos of the destination and provides cheaper costs.


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