Student Who Dreamed Of Exchange Abroad Loses R$27,000 After Agency Bankruptcy

Agency says it set up a containment team seeking to minimize losses and resume activities. Residents of Bauru and Sorocaba (SP) are among those affected.

By Iolanda Fonseca

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The "Time2 Travel" exchange agency, which ended its activities without offering any explanation to its clients, has now said it set up a containment team seeking to minimize losses and resume activities. Residents of Bauru and Sorocaba (SP) are among those affected.

A student from Bauru (SP) lost R$27,000 (US$6.750) when trying to fulfill his dream of studying in Ireland. The person, who wishes to remain anonymous, invested the money in a package from the agency

The company published a statement on its social networks saying that it was . . .

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