Astar Travel / I have been robbed!
I was rung at 6.30 a.m recently by a Marketing agent asking me-very forcibly-to buy aTravel package for 4 people staying 7 days in Orlando at the Radisson Hotel, a hire car for 7 days and then on to Daytona for 3 days. Included were trips to Disneyland, Universal Studios, The Space center etc. I think this was called Act 62-998 package. It sounded a very good deal and I gave my Mastercard details and the charge of $998 US was recorded as paid on March 20 and processed on the 23rd March at a conversion rate of .7925 (NZ $1259.31 plus an offshore margin of NZ$28.33 making a total of NZ$ 1287.64. An optional extra was a cruise to the Bahamas for 3 days at a cost per person of $US 249I was told that I could take the trip any time in the next 18 months but had to give 45 days notice of travel dates to enable hotel bookings to be made. Another optional extra was a 3 day stopover at Las Vegas built no price was mentioned. I sent an e-mail to Astar Travel asking a series of questions. They asked me to ring them but I said they could answer my queries bye-mail. I did not get a reply.I was told the tickets and vouchers would arrive here in about a fortnight. The agent refused to allow me to confer with my wife that day-she was still asleep when he rang-I almost hung up but decided finally to accept the deal. After reading some of the complaints I am very worried that this could be a scam.
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