AARP — false advertising
If anyone rerceives an "invitation to membership" with instructions to receive a "free travel bag", don't believe it. This bag is only 5"x 3" x 2", large enough to take a tube of lipstick, maybe a toothbrush, and a small tube of toothpaste. It is not a travel bag. It is a"pencil" bag-a little small for my traveling needs. I know baggage is expensive on air travel. However, we still need something much larger and lighter than this piece of garbage. It isn't worth the dues, $16.00 + postage, for one year. Watch out-don't get sucked into this scam. Aarp must me loosing its shaarp instincts to have to resort to scamming the american public.
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