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Saturday, July 4, 2020

St. John business

American Airlines to Serve St. Croix With New Flights

The U.S. Virgin Islands Department of Tourism has announced the addition of a third American Airlines daily flight between Miami and St. Croix next summer.

WAPA Advises Customers to Continue Monitoring Credit Card Accounts for Fraudulent Charges

While the investigation is ongoing, Executive Director Lawrence Kupfer urged customers to monitor credit card statements for potentially fraudulent activity and to report suspicious charges to the bank or credit card provider, immediately.

WAPA Advises Customers of Payment Data Breach When Paying With Credit/ Debit Cards

WAPA is advising customers who pay their electrical and water bills online to ensure that no questionable or fraudulent charges have been made on their credit or debit card accounts.

Wyndham’s Margaritaville Awards $20,000 in Scholarships to Two UVI Students

St. Thomas’ Margaritaville presented two $10,000 scholarships to two University of the Virgin Islands’ Hospitality and Tourism Management students at the resort’s annual scholarship award ceremony.

FirstBank Celebrates ‘One With the Virgin Islands’ by Volunteering

FirstBank's 70th anniversary celebrations culminated on Saturday, Oct. 26, with one day of celebrating and giving back across Puerto Rico, Florida, and U.S. and British Virgin Islands.

WAPA Board Extends Lines of Credit for FirstBank and Banco Popular

Board members also approved a time-only contract extension between WAPA and Sulzer Turbo Services to facilitate completion of a maintenance overhaul on generating Unit 23.

VIPA Increases Cargo Ship Berthing Capacity at Containerport

Two 525-foot cargo ships can now berth simultaneously at the Wilfred “Bomba” Allick Port and Transshipment Center, commonly referred to as The Containerport.

U.S. Virgin Islands Solidifies Relationship With Cruise Lines

The U.S. Virgin Islands continues to strengthen its relationship with cruise line partners as the region prepares for the strong growth forecast for the cruise ship industry.

DeGazon Demands WICO Begins Making Payments to Government

WICO has long paid a set fee – a payment in lieu of taxes of $700,000 per year – instead of paying corporate income tax, property tax or gross receipts taxes. But it has fallen millions of dollars behind in its payments.

Viya Announces Its ‘We Want You Back’ Debt Relief Program

Viya is poised to bring relief to hundreds of customers to erase a substantial portion of their old debt for Viya’s service.





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