Certs — Certs is a SCAM
We participated in a Strataforce Travel Presentation in Miami on 9/25/2007. They offered us a Certs hotel certificate for our participation in the Seminar.
We submitted our travel request signed by myself, missing husband's signature (our oversight). Certs invalidated certificate not allowing us to sign and resubmit. We contacted Strataforce and they sent us a new Certs Certificate.
New certificate was again submitted with two travel dates as form requires, June 24 and or July 29th. Certs responded that the chosen dates were not available and to resubmit with alternate travel dates. We re- submitted with two new dates Aug. 5 and or Aug 19th. We have now received our deposit of $75 back advising that a 30 day in between requested travel dates is required and that since we did not follow instructions that the request is null and void.
Certs is a scam and travel companies that offer Certs certificates should know that Certs makes the certificate offers knowing that they have no intention of delivering the offered travel. There should be a Class Action Suit against Certs as by looking on the complaints board, the incidents are numerous. The better business bureau should investigate their practices as they are highly impacting the consumers. Anyone interested in pursuing a class action suit, please advise as I am certainly interested in putting Certs and their questionable practices out of business!
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