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Booking Globus tour thru Affordable Tours

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I've been looking to book a tour to Europe later this year and came across a Globus European Essential Tour that looks like what we are looking for. I found a company called Affordable Tours that is an agent for Globus that sells the tours with a pretty good discount.
Ive never booked a tour thru a wholesaler before so I'm a little concerned that my greed for a discounted price will get me burned.

Has anyone had dealings with this company...good or bad?

When I book thru a discounter, should my credit card charges go directly thru Globus or Affordable Tours. What can I do to prevent myself from getting burned?

Thanks

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