Assuming you have a confirmation number, you called the airlines and confirmed that you have tickets booked in your name and spelled correctly, and you were charged the right amount on your credit card, you should be OK. (Apart from the fact that if there are any schedule changes or other glitches, you will have to deal with Travelation, not with the airlines, to resolve the problem).
However, since you posted this under "scams" I will tell you one way that it could be. Keep monitoring your reservation to make sure you still have it. One type of scam is the online "travel agent" will book the tickets as promised and charge your credit card. But what they have booked is a refundable ticket, and they will cancel the booking sometime later, without telling you. They keep the refund. And you have no ticket.
I am not suggesting thatbiscwhat is going on here. That particular scam is not common, and the scoundrels get shut down pretty quickly, so that is not likely in your case. ( Reviews going back ten years would not exist if they were operating a scam like that).
Still, it is worth monitoring your reservation every month or so, if only to catch any schedule changes that may go unreported by the agency.