This company sent out faxes to companies addressing their HR company telling them what a great deal ghty could get their employees. It sounded too good to be true, but I thought I checked them out well and I purchased two trips to Cancun from these companies on 4/3/07, all inclusive, 6 days, 5 nights. When I went to book my trips, I was told that what I had purchased was per person, when I purchased them, they were supposed to be per couple. Anyway I acutally went on one of the trips purchased from this company in May of 08 to Cancun. However the accomodations were far from what they were supposed to be.
Anyway, they immediately emailed you a form to fill out to charge your credit card. They made sure to tell you that the conversation was being taped. After returing the charge authorization they sent you a form with bar coding and other information on it that made it look believeable saying that it was your E-ticket and sayng that your trip had been booked by Cancun Reservation.
In October of 08, I received a call saying that the company had merged or changed hands and they showed I still had a trip that expired and wanted to know if I wanted to renew it for $198. I told them no, then they counter offered with $99 and I went for it since I had actually gone to Cancun previously. I made them sent it to me in writing that I would get the resort that I was originally supposed to have.
Now, in August of 09, I went online to book my trip and of course there is not a trace of this company. All of the web sites and phone numbers are not functional. I am usually a pretty skeptical person and can't believe I fell for this SCAM. They took me for about $500
I spoke to a girl named Melissa who guaranteed me that I would get to stay where I wanted (Oct 2008). Her phone number was 407-472-6728. I also have a name of Shantell Alexis and a phone # of 1-800-679-1226. A girl named Jennifer is the one who originally took my credit card # in 2007