- Report: #1037067
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Complaint Review: Global Escapes
Global Escapes1102 E. Sonterra Blvd Suite 100 San Antonio, TX 78 San Antonio, Texas United States of America
Global Escapes Got a postcard in mail promising me free airfare in US: called them, had to listen to high pressure sales talk @ a seminar, gave me gift card for free gas which didn't work, payed them $6,000 for chea San Antonio, Texas
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The seminar was a high pressure sales tactic to sell us computer software so that we could book "Luxury Condo Weeks", "Hotel Rewards", and "Cruise Rewards" all over the world. We decided to purchase their package since we love to travel and wanted to stay in nice places when we did. I payed $6,000 to them, plus $200 for the next three years. We were also given a gas card to use which turned out was useless.
We experienced the "Luxury Condos" were really old run down time-shares. Now Gobal Escapes is no longer operating and we have payed them a large amount of money because we were promised something that we didn't receive.
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