If it is too good to be true...it is. We fell for the biggest con ever. We received an "In Honor of your Birthday" solicitation ofering 3day/2night get-away that included air fare (if you res ponded within 72 hours), dining card and gas ofer. Although hesitant, we decided to call and inquire. We asked all the right questions and were given all the right answers (kinda). Asll we had to do was sit through a travel club presentation and the gifts were ours. As we are retired on a fixed income and love to travel, we thought we would go and check this "club" out. We sat thru the presentation and logic kept peeking in on us that the benefits and features described were to good to be true, but we gave them the benefit of the doubt. Our doubts turned to a positive NO when the cost of the membership was disclosed. After rangling with us the cost was dropped, and by this time we knew we were being scammed. We paid our regrets and declined, declined and declined again. Finally, they agreed to give us our "incentive". What a joke. A circus animal doesn't have to go through so many hoops to get what was so freely offered. One of the things that stuck out more than others were the time frames. If and when you got your travel vouchers for the air and the 3day/2nite stay...you ended up with only two nights at best and 1 day...'cause. you could only leave on flights between 3 and 9 P.M.(thus arriving at your destination very late the 1st night) and you had to depart between 6 a.m and 1 p.m. (thus having to check out of your hotel in the wee hours of the morning...there goes your 3rd day). Not to mention the flights were at MilleniumTravel's discretion...who knows with how many connections. You could only arrive (guess at the hotel, as it did not specify if flights were affected) on Monday or Tuesday. I am not a lawyer (my son is and I am going to discuss this with him...and his law firm also does business in Florida) to see if "promotion" violates any disclosure laws.
The only thing that I fear, though is that he will only say "Holy Cow, Mom! How could you be so stupid?"