Wonderland Incentives — Anything but Wonderland
In April 2012, my wife and I attended a seminar to discuss a vacation club. I told the rep that we had attended these types of events in the past and even joined a club for two years. I told them that I thought it was a total rip off and a waste of time, they said we didn’t need to stay for the presentation and gave us the certificate for the “free cruise” and “free roundtrip airfare” tickets for two. I understand that we would need to pay taxes and port charges for the cruise and taxes for the airline tickets. I filled out the paper work and paid a $98 “activation fee” for the cruise and a $70 “activation fee” for the round trip tickets.
I know, nothing free is ever free, but again, I knew I’d have to pay taxes and port charges – no problem. After paying my “activation fees” I didn’t receive anything else for months, then finally I received more paperwork to fill out requiring me to pay still more fees – a reservation fee. I then asked for a refund, and of course it was refused. So my warning is, don’t have anything to do with Wonderland Incentives – they will only ignore you, or if by some remote chance they answer the phone (it only took me 20+ calls) they will give you the run around and then ignore you. I guess I need to chalk up my $168 as a lesson learned, I only wish I had learned it before I retired – at least then I had a little more money. Thanks, God bless and good luck.