The Bulgarian Commission for the Protection of Competition (CPC) will launch a systematic campaign to deter Black Sea businesses and entrepreneurs from committing violations, the commission said in a media statement on July 5 2010.The commission is tasked with ensuring that establishments at Bulgaria's resorts have legitimate accreditation and permits to conduct business. Additionally, the officers will monitor if services offered by the establishments correspond with their respective accreditation, the report said.The checks will be conducted "randomly" with "an element of surprise", but no further details were disclosed.To date, the CPC has checked 107 hotels, restaurants and other food outlets as well as 150 small-scale traders. As a result of the investigation, seven establishments were shut due to lack of documentation, while another 90 fines were issued for various violations, the report said.To further facilitate the efforts and effectiveness of the operation, the National Revenue Agency (NRA) is working in conjunction with the CPC. The NRA opened a bureau at the Bourgas airport that surveys all tour operators and agents on the premises. They are to fill in forms disclosing the exact number of tourists who have used their services, the firms and hotels which are affiliated to their business enterprise, and others.