On AgentNation: Network with JoyStar Agents

Lawyer Patrick Scott wrote a memo with this week, titled "JoyStar, Inc. Response to Creditor Inquiries," and we got a copy. In it, he shares his belief that only the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) will receive any money from JoyStar, which has filed for bankruptcy.

Travel Agent has been covering this story since January and we don't expect it to go away anytime soon. There's even a JoyStar group on AgentNation for professionals who have worked with or for the company where they can keep each other up to speed on the scenario, and even vent a little. As user DianeH said, " I think the one thing we all know and have in common is that Joystar owes us money."

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