Suncoast Vacations / Fraud and scam
Its not what they've done to me personally but what they do to hundreds of people every week. They take their money so they can pay a girl $18.00 an hour plus a commission to book peoples vacations on line from expedia or cheap tickets... thing is I can log on line for the price of my internet service and use these same web sites, why pay $7000.00 to join this club when this is all they do. The post cards are well thought out the rebutles for people who are resistant are more thought out besides who cares if their all lies, there are no employees in California its just a vonage phone because its cheep we wouldn't want the owner to have to pay too much for a phone line it might take away from Nicks Coghlans diamond encrusted dashboard in his hummer.
Once you make the appointment then you get a call the day before your appointment to get your conformation code and are told that the cruise or airline vouchers have been purchased, then when you get to the presentation for the discount travel agency ($7000.00 travel club) and you get your gift its a piece of paper that has all kinds of rules an the size envelope you use the class of mail you use, and if you happen to get all that done correctly in about two months you receive another piece of paper back that lets you choose your vacation and pick some dates. You send it back in and surprise surprise none of your dates work so you request different dates and send it back again by this time 4-6 months have gone by, keep in mind the tickets are only good for a year so by now 1/2 the time is already used. If you are one of the lucky ones who keeps up with all this back and fourth your complimentary tickets will cost you postage, a registration fee of $55.00 and about $450.00 per person for the cruise in which you have 15 days to pay for it because the prices on cheap tickets changes constantly.
Please dont let your time and money get wasted by these smooth talking scam artists, so they can take your money to pay for their cruises.