TLC Marketing, Dockersfalse advertising

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Hi my name is Ray and I like many people fell victim to the TLC Marketing, Dockers, JC Pennys free airline ticket scam of 2007.
Currently I'm talking to an attorney about filing a class action lawsuit on behalf of those of us who were taken in by this scam.
What I need to know is how many of us are out there who were victimized by this promotional scam? From what I've read those of us who were victimized fall into two different categories, those of us who have never heard from TLC Marketing, Dockers and or JC Pennys after sending in our completed vouchers and those who did receive their ticket only to have paid an exorbitant 90.00 fee. Can you or anyone shed some light about this fee and what goes into it?

Also it seems there maybe a second scam promotion run by TLC Marketing and T-Mobile. I would love to hear from anyone who felt they were scammed by TLC Marketing and T-Mobile.
If you would like to share your experience with me I would be very grateful.
My email is [protected]


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    Kim Mar 23, 2009

    Hi Ray,
    Same thing happened to us. When I tried calling and asked to speak to a supervisor I was informed there wasn't one (this was awhile ago). I can't even be bothered to waste my time on this after reading all of the comments on this scam. I know it will get me no where. We had intended to fly to San Francisco, Los Angeles or Las Vegas. We bought $250 worth of Dockers so we could get two tickets. We were never called back from their "supposedly" ticket agent. This
    What a total rip off. If you are filing the class action lawsuit, I would be interersted in participating.


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