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Summer Bay Resortis it a scam?

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We were duped on New Year's Eve with a pop up screen on the computer that we were the 1, 000, 000 visitors to a site and had won $3, 000 worth of vacation with SBR and took up their offer of 5 nights Orlando, 1 week's car hire, 3 nights Daytona, cruise to Bahamas, etc. etc. We paid $898 extra via credit card. This morning we have read all the scam reports so have tried to cancel and block the payment. Payment has gone through and no one available on phone because it's New Year's Day. However, on all these reports I have read most are from people who cancelled. I have not seen anything from anyone who went ahead with the offer. Can anyone tell me what it is actually like and what extra payments are involved when you get to Orlando?

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  • Sh
    shirleyboerstler Jan 01, 2011

    Its a timeshare invitation... Go and sit through a high pressured sales pitch.. good luck..

    0 Votes
  • Re
    Really? Jan 01, 2011

    Irene: Go on the trip, just don't buy the timeshare.

    -1 Votes
  • Sy
    Sylpas Feb 27, 2011

    We just cannot cancel the whole thing!
    We have been paying 269 dollars each month for over a year after signing in for a holiday package in Florida. We live in France.
    What can we do to terminate our contract without hiring a lawyer???
    Please help

    0 Votes
  • Fr
    FraudHammer Aug 20, 2011

    Thousands more complaints about this fraud here:

    http://summer-bay-resorts.pissedconsumer.com/

    0 Votes

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