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Buyers BEWARE! Believe it when you read the reviews saying this is a scam. It is a scam, and an expensive scam!!! To the tune of $5,5000. I don't know how they get away with such deception!! They really don't have "thousands of 5 Star" places they claim to have.
The... See More"deals" they list on hot weeks are actually places like Missouri! And these are not luxury 5 star places!! What a joke! Some are 2 stars or less. We were made to believe there were all kinds of 5 Star places on the TX coast - South Padre specifically. They even showed a luxury resort on the slide show and made it sound like this was one of their places. Totally not true!!
Even though I looked online in January the only things available for late June and July were a condo community in Harlingen (over 30 miles away and no where near an ocean) or a few hotels like Super 8 in S. Padre! I'll bet Super 8 would be surprised to learn they are a 5 Star hotel!
If you were willing to travel in May or late August there is a nicer condo on the beach called the Inverness,. The problem is if you have kids in school, it would be impossible to take advantage of it. As it turns out a travel agent called in late May and said they had added the Bahia Mar Condominiums - but there was no guarantee of an ocean view. Since this is a larger complex there are lots of buildings that extend behind one another so it is very possible you could get one where the only view you would get is one with a view of the parking lot. Hardly 5 Star. And the quality of the rooms depends on the unit - and some looked atrocious. Same thing for Fiji - which is another place they mentioned while showing pictures of beautiful luxury cabanas on the beach..
Turns out the only good deals are places in Mexico or the Caribbean. And you can get these deals with other travel agencies like Orbitz, Expedia,Trip Advisor and Believe it or not, they don't send you listings of hot deals by email like vacations to go, orbitz, etc. And you don't even get a book of listings for the places
So basically we paid over $5,500 for nothing.. All you get is a fancy book that looks deceptively like a 5 Star Directory - and it's nothing but an advertisement book. No facts. No listings. Just promises. We feel like total idiots for being taken by such a dishonest company. We asked questions, got lots of assurances, and they showed us A+ ratings and endorsements. I still don't understand how they can be a scam and get a high rating. Take it from me. Use your $5,500 and go somewhere really nice!! At least you'll have something to show for it!
By gravatar IreneL3 (New User) - on Jul 04, 2014 - 21:28 | report
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This company is a scam. After searching and comparing travel deals, I have found that our newly purchased travel club membership offers no substantial savings to the traveler. By searching the internet one can find comparable deals with no membership. Please save yourself money and time by ignoring... See Moretheir offer of two free airline tickets and two nights hotel accommodations any where in the contiguous United States.
After we attended the presentation and joined the club (sure regret that now) they directed us to Sun Travel in Philadelphia, PA. to redeem vouchers. First they required a $98 cashier's check (un-refundable) in order to send us the flight reservation form. Before proceeding any further on our quest for the free tickets, Sun Travel required more money for unspecified fees. The paperwork specifies that Sun Travel will not make verbal offers regarding eligible flight destinations or hotels. In our case they asked for an additional $98 before processing our reservation request. When I spoke to the representative of Sun Travel, she stated that her company never stated that the airline tickets would be free. She told me, that statement was made by the marketing company and she does not know who that is. At this point, it seemed crazy to send them another cashier's check. Of course, the first $98 is non-refundable. An expensive lesson, that the old adage is so true.. there is no such thing as free. Even senior citizens, like me, have a hard time remembering and believing this fact.
By gravatar MikeL21 (New User) - on Apr 15, 2014 - 18:40 | report
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This is a total scam. We attended a presentation on the promise of two free airline tickets which so far have cost $50+ and still no tickets. We got the Vacation Club down somewhat on their club price (thankfully), but have received nothing in return. The website... See Moreis not easy to use and it appears all the info on the hot weeks is available on a much less spendy website called Red Weeks. Whatever you do, don't attend a promotion or sign up.
By gravatar AnitaB (New User) - on Mar 25, 2013 - 01:40 | report
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