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Flight Network was founded by CEO Naman Budhdeo. After college, Budhdeo wanted to run a discount travel site that could compete with website giant Expedia.

The company operates a discount travel site that specializes in flights but also offers hotels, vacation package deals, car rentals, and more. Budhdeo says in an interview that the best vacation he ever had was in South Africa and that he hopes to travel to Antartica one day.

Flight network website As of this writing, the company has an A+ rating with the BBB although it has 160 complaints listed on the Better Business Bureau website.

The company is listed as the largest Canadian-owned online travel agency within Canada and Budhdeo states that his site is the second most visited behind Expedia. The company uses a unique software program and shuns the typical bot automated process.

Flight Network offers an unlimited Price Drop Protection guarantee which states that if you find a lower price elsewhere on the same ticket, the company provides a credit for the difference.

The corporate office for Flight Network is located in Toronto, Canada. The phone number listed is for calls originating in the US.

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Flight Network FAQs

Question 1: What is the phone number for Flight Network?
Answer 1: The phone number for Flight Network is (855) 976-9278.

Question 2: Who is the CEO of Flight Network?
Answer 2: The CEO of Flight Network is Naman Budhdeo.

Question 3: Who founded Flight Network?
Answer 3: Flight Network was founded by Naman Budhdeo in 2005.

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Founded by David Resnick in 1998, Precash offers businesses an improved manner of delivering faster billing and payment acceptance at a lower cost.

The company offers a platform which replaces old-fashioned financial transactions, such as paper checks, with a wide array of electronic payment methods,  which accelerate delivery speed and dramatically lowers costs.  The company is aggressively broadening its network to include small and medium-sized businesses that have not had the benefit of receiving electronic payments.

Noventis ad The company expanded its base to include more than 10,000 businesses in 2012.   Businesses can accept payments from a wide range of sources, such as debit cards or prepaid debit cars, using their single platform. Precash states that it had more than 3 million customers and processed more than $3 billion in payments in 2012.

In 2016, Precash changed its name to Noventis, Inc. The company states that it will continue to use the Precash name and logo for several years to ensure a smooth transition.

Headquarters for Precash/Noventis is located in Houston, Texas.

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Precash/Noventis FAQs

Question 1: What is the phone number for Precash/Noventis?
Answer 1: The phone number for Precash/Noventis is (713) 499-1200.

Question 2: Who is the CEO of Precash/Noventis?
Answer 2: The CEO of Precash/Noventis is Steve Taylor.

Question 3: Who founded Precash/Noventis?
Answer 3: Precash/Noventis was founded by David Resnick in 1998.

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WeatherTech Corporate Office

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