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Are flight tickets from or to the United States purchased through Vayama refundable free of charge within 24 hours, assuming that the ticket was purchased at least 1 week prior to the flight?

https://s1.travix.com/vayama/US/vaycom-conditions-en.pdf (this link was found on vayama.com on the ticket order page:; Travix manages Vayama's website according to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Travix_International_B.V.) states:

If you decide to change or cancel a confirmed booking for air travel, and such changes or cancellation is allowed, Vayama will charge you a fee of up to $100 per person. Note that Vayama will charge you this fee even if you cancel within 24 hours of receiving your booking confirmation.

However the ticket conditions state:

[sic] TICKETS TO FROM USA A FULL REFUND WITHOUT SERVICE CHARGE WILL BE GIVEN IF THE REFUND REQUEST IS SUBMITTED WITHIN24 HOURS AFTER TICKET PURCHASE AND THE RESERVATION WAS MADE ONE WEEK OR MORE PRIOR TO A FLIGHTS SCHEDULED DEPARTURE.

Ticket conditions can be viewed in the order page:

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So I am confused.

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    Are you going to believe the ticket conditions as stated by the ticket issuer at the time you bought the ticket, or a third party site which publishes an undated, unauthenticated copy of the ticket issuer's conditions with no accountability? – Greg Hewgill Mar 9 at 0:50
  • @GregHewgill all the information comes from the third party website – Franck Dernoncourt Mar 9 at 0:51
  • Did you look on Vayama's web site? There is info about cancelling in their Frequently asked questions section. – Greg Hewgill Mar 9 at 1:13
  • @GregHewgill all the quotes mentioned in the question came from Vayama's website. – Franck Dernoncourt Mar 9 at 1:18
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    You said earlier that all the information comes from a third party site (who is travix.com?). You're contradicting yourself. Not spending any more time on this question. – Greg Hewgill Mar 9 at 1:23

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