Worldwide Travel Center — Free travel scam!
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I won a free vacation from Zangara, Dodge in Albuquerque 3 Days and 2 Nights free vacation from Worldwide Travel. I called to activate the vacation within the 15 days as stated on the brochure, but the Customer Service Agent that didn't speak English told me that Zangara, Dodge hadn't registered my number, yet. I asked to speak to the Customer Service Agents Supervisor and/or a a co-worker, so that I could better understand. The Customer Service Agent refused to let me speak to a co-worker or Supervisor or to somebody that I could understand and put me on hold pretending to get somebody else for me to talk to. I researched this company on the internet and found that there have been several complaints. It appears that Worldwide Travel Center is telling consumers that dates for hotel room availability are not available, so the consumer sends their registration card again to Worldwide Travel Center. Worldwide Travel Center calls back and tells the consumer that their date selected is not available, but another hotel room is if the consumer agrees to participate in a free 90 minute timeshare presentation. It is really deceptive advertising. It is kinda like "Here is a free token, but all you have to do for it is run around the mountain 3 times." It really isn't worth the time that it takes to keep mailing, the postage and envelopes, the telephone calls for a savings of up to $175. If I go on vacation, then I like relaxing vacations and not that kind of annoyance. Consumers are better off just paying for the Hotel room directly to the Hotel, then waste that much time on a scam. I would also rethink buying products of any Vendor that purchases Worldwide Travel Center 2 Nights and 3 Days free vacation. I believe it might be an indication that the Vendor itself lacks the research ability, quality and care. What does the Vendor really expect in purchasing from 5 to 20 dollars per brochure for a 2 Nights and 3 Days free vacation? The Worldwide Travel Center 2 Nights and 3 Days vacation is just a link to a 90 minute timeshare presentation that because Worldwide Travel Center tries to hide this from the consumer, the consumer can spend too much time on postage, envelopes, telephone calls and rearranging their schedules.
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