Vacation Reservation Center / Free vacations - too good to be true!
I received a phone call yesterday from Vacation Reservation Center. The man's name was Francis O'Neal. He was giving me 3 free vacations... One to the Bahamas, one to Orlando, and one to Williamsburg, Va. I could bring up to 5 people. Sounds good so far...
He told me that they were in business for 25 years and they were legit... It was a time share and I would have to sit and listen to their presentation for about 20 minutes. Not a problem??
It sounded too good to be true... At the end of the conversation, he asked for my credit card #... He said he needed it to reserve my reservation... $198. I was told I would receive the money back when I arrived at my destinations... $98 refund in the Bahamas, and $98 refund in Williamsburg... I refused to give my credit card# and told him I needed to discuss this with my husband. I asked for his phone # and of course he wouldn't give it to me... He said he would call me back in a few days. The number on my caller i.d. is [protected]... When I called the number, I received a recording say that the number was not valid... I don't know if it can somehow be traced...
Good luck with the phone number...
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