Taj India Resorts reply Our Customer reviews .
New Delhi, Delhi Nov 5, 2022 (Issuewire.com) - Taj India Resorts addressed all the negative Taj India resorts reviews today, written by people claiming to have availed their hotel/resort booking services. This crisis is finally getting the attention we've all been looking forward to. Working on the motto. "Arise, Awake and Stop Not Till the Goal is Reached" and the idea of leaving no stone unturned until we accomplish our mission, Taj India Resorts is focused to provide you with utmost safety and security. But currently, the company is facing a crisis in the name of taj India resorts complaints and customer reviews.
People have given Taj India Resorts Customer Review saying the vouchers and membership provided by the Taj India Resorts were fake and they're facing different problems regarding transactions too. Looking at the situation now over the increase in these kinds of complaints and reviews, Taj India Resorts finally gave their official statement, saying, "Taj India Resorts Customer Complaints are fake. We are entirely dedicated towards our customers and we make sure to provide the best possible services to our customers. We've done our internal analysis and looked upon this matter from every angle but found these allegations fake and they're baseless."
"Taj India Resorts' complaints are open to everyone but we sincerely request our customers to write only real problems faced by them. We'll try everything to solve the issue. But if there's any fake complaint or review without any proof about the company, we'll take strict actions against the person who wrote the comment", said Taj India Resorts Marketing Manager, Pankaj Saran.
Taj India Resorts have been in hospitality services for a long period but currently facing these problems they've to manage their internal as well as media criticism at the same time. A new customer support team has been appointed by the company to solve these complaints and track those who've made taj India resorts reviews to get their problems solved. Another point made in the official statement of Taj India Resorts reviews is that we should understand when writing any review that we're doing justice to the efforts of those who've provided every possible service to make your stay comfortable. Although, it is valid to make complaints when facing a big problem while staying with us or regarding your membership purchase.
This matter was brought to light when several negative comments started flooding the google Taj India Resorts review interface of the Google search engine when you search for the name of Taj India Resorts or about their services on google. People wrote some very rude and taj India resorts customers complaints are fake comments while answering the queries of other people looking for service for their travel plans. But after a long period of silence, Taj India Resorts complaints were considered and have been dealt with by the company. We have been in this industry for two decades and have dealt with all problems and yet we stand up to complete our mission.
About the Taj India Resorts
Taj Resorts India Private Limited is a private company incorporated on 08 April 2019. It is classified as a private limited company and is located in Lajpat Nagar, Delhi. Our authorized share capital is INR 90.00 lac and the total paid-up capital is INR 60 lac.
We are committed to turning your Travelling Experience Comfortable and Ever Cherishing! Taj India Resorts is known for its uniqueness in serving tour packages and dedication to satisfying travellers. We are committed to assisting travellers to any extent so that they can end up having a great touring experience. Packages are designed for different kinds of travellers. We assure affordable trip packages in exchange for optimum and endless enjoyment for you and your fellow travellers.
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