Travel agency REYES will close its doors at the end of the month.
The company said on Twitter on Tuesday that it was closing its doors for good.
REYES has been the focus of a series of investigations that began in December, after the agency was accused of misusing customer information.
It was the subject of an internal probe by the Department of Justice and a Senate subcommittee in June.
In June, a judge ordered the company to pay more than $4.8 million to the Justice Department for allegedly misusing its data and customer information to boost its sales and generate more revenue.
In the months since, a number of customers have alleged they were victimized by REYES.
In December, the New York Times reported that the Justice and Homeland Security Departments were investigating whether REYES’ marketing strategies included fraud and deception.
In February, the company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
The court filing was made after REYES was ordered to pay $4,700 in refunds and $3,500 in attorney fees to the Department and Homeland.
REALS Travel Service and REYES declined to comment on the closure.