Oracle Travel Promotions / I have never received a return call.

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I met with Oracle Travel Promotions with the promise we would secure large discounts on travel. When we did not receive our welcome packet with conformation of all the packages we were to receive, I called their office and learned that that number was not working. I have never received a return call.

Apr 19, 2013
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  • Nd
      May 29, 2013

    Following a vacation sales presentation, we received cards to redeem for our "free" r/t airfare for 2 and 3 days 2 nights hotel stay. Theses had to be mailed in with checks for $70 (airfare) and $50 (hotel) processing fees. I figured this still wasn't too bad a deal. Once my checks were cash I received an offer to exchange my r/t airfare to a buy one get one free promotion, due to complaints about the original promotion. This mailing including a long list of restrictions that made the original offer pretty much worthless. By not responding, I was automatically sent a certificate for the new buy one get one free ticket. (so now paying for one ticket to get the 2nd) and this requested a $25 processing fee, made online, as well as $9.95 per ticket ticketing fee. Taxes and surcharges are still in addition to this. I've received nothing about the hotel stay. I was also promissed a $100 Travelocity gift card, 50% off rental car and $2000 worth of coupons. The coupons requires paying $4.95 to another company. From complaints on 'scambook' website, it appears there are more & more fees. I am currently trying to get my $120 back

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  • Me
      Apr 12, 2014

    Exact same thing happened to me. Am trying to find a way to resolve this and get my money back!

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  • Bi
      Jul 16, 2014

    It is same story. I already paid $89.00. First $19 for registration. Then $70 for registration. Then got the package saying you have to pay $70 more to activate the offer. I called and spoke Dan Atom (the supervisor). I asked if he could return the $89.00, he said NO. Nothing can be done. This is a fraud scheme. The police should investigate these guys. No one should go for it again, it is worthless and spend your money for nothing.

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  • Di
      Sep 10, 2014

    We had the same experience: a BOGO airfare offer that did not materialize, a rejection of our written request for the refund of our $70 activation fee, and subsequent delays, bogus substitute offers (one promised 2 free airline tickets at an additional cost, between airports nowhere near where we live), emails with requested documentation, and finally no response at all. We have filed a complaint with the BBB and are filling out complaint forms with the attorneys general of our state and of Virginia, where Oracle is located. Stay away from this company!

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  • Kf
      Oct 15, 2014

    Exactly the same thing has happened to us! I would appreciate any info anyone has on how to get our money back! I am so grateful I didn't pay any extra for the travel club they were trying to sell! Way to take advantage of hard working folks needing an inexpensive way to have some much needed down time!

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