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Summer Bay Resortsdidnt explain before taking deposit you had to have a certain income

I have been told today I had won a holiday to Orlando and Daytona beach etc. At first I thought it was a scam but then I believed them but what they didnt tell me before taking a deposit of $498 that you had to have an income of over $40, 000. That was in the purchase confirmation letter that I printed off after they signed off. I am a pensioner and they knew that when we were speaking and yet it was never menti0ned or that it was initially to sell time share or similar. I must get my deposit back as I have no money and this was put on credit card. A M Canale

email: [protected]@tiscali.co.uk

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    eunice menzeleleli May 08, 2012

    this is really crazy, i had a message to say i have won a holiday to daytona beach .orlando and Florida, a sum of 898usd was deducted from my credit card without explaining first how much to be deducted and what is covered by this money, when i read the terms, you have to get ur transport to the venues, i rang the manager who decreased the price to 689usd and extended to 5years instead of 3years which was in the terms and conditions, that was 2009, now im being told nothing appears on the system, my mobile number or email doesnt appear on the system, a big money like this cant just dissappear

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