Etour and Travel is a Ripoff
During the year of 2001, etour sold a vacation package to my minor son over the telephone. He thought he was buying his family a vacation. Documents later received in the mail indicated it was a time share and more monies would be needed to get to Florida and get the vacation package he thought he had purchased. Not knowing what to do, he kept quiet and did not inform his parents what he got himself into, until a second letter much later was received wanting his date of travel.
He findly informed his parents and showed them the documents. The cost was a lot more than $99 as he sent around $400-$500 for an upgraded package. His parents contacted the company who only offered to have them take his place and it had to be his mother and father for the time share presentation. Etour refused to return his money and under legal advise from an attorney in Iowa it was felt it would cost too much to fight the issue from such a long distance. They talked a teenage boy into purchasing a time share presentation that included very little of what was promised.
I'm writing this report because 6 years later the saleman wanted to make it right and stated for only $99 they would reinstate the vacation package
he had purchased for any family member to use. I explained the entire situation to the saleman over the telephone and he have the gall to give me the web site to see the package we could have. Again, this is a time share and no mention of it ever came up. Everyone, BEWARE of ETOUR TRAVEL.