- Report: #961364
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Complaint Review: Premier Luxury Marketing INC.
Premier Luxury Marketing INC.6996 Piazza Grande Ave.Ste. 108 Orlando, Florida United States of America
Premier Luxury Marketing INC. Richard I Becker/President / Elash Kadiwer Telemarketing Vacation Package SCAM ! ! ! BAWARE ! Orlando, Florida
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: RICHARD BECKER: Alive and Well
*Author of original report: Premier Luxury Marketing INC / Calypso Cay Resorts Vacation Scam!! Baware!!!
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However, this is a deceptive lie designed to make the consumer believe that they are being given special treatment, in order to get the customer to later give their credit card number over the phone. The representative then ask the customer to grab a pen and paper to write down all the exciting details about the vacation package. The representative tells the customer that they will enjoy three nights at the Lake Buena Suites Resorts a ( Calypso Cay ) property, located in Orlando, Fl.
This to be followed by a two night stay at a resort in Daytona Beach, Fl. ( however, in reality there is no resort stay in Daytona rather the customer will be stunned to find that the stay will be at a hotel, the equivalent of a motel 6. Finally the customer is told that they will also enjoy a two night stay at the Newport Beach Resort in Miami, Fl. The customer is told that all is required of them is to attend a brief timeshare presentation to get this fantastic vacation, when in reality the presentation will take up to 3 to 4 hours during which the customer is pressured relentlessly to buy into time share!
The representative then quotes the customer prices ranging from $798.00 to $199.00 dollars. ( what the customer ends up paying for the vacation package depends on which price each customer thinks is a good deal, so while one customer pays $798.00 dollars another only pays 199.00 dollars for the very same vacation package ). When a customer thinks that the price is to high then the representative will say to them ( If i could do something really special for you on this phone call you would definitely would take advantage of it right? If the customer says yes or maybe the customer is placed on hold and then professional scam artist comes on the line ). His name will be Elash Kadiwer or Richard Becker if during the hours of 11am to 4pm it will most likely be Elash or 4pm to 9pm Richard.
When Elash or Richard comes on the line their sole purpose is to deceive the customer into giving their credit card number by telling the customer that they are fully protected. The customer is told that a live recording the the transaction will be done, a confirmation number will be given along with a email detailing the entire vacation package, and that they will receive a full color copy in the mail in 10 to 14 business days. Sadly the customer never receives the confirmation email or the copy in the mail and the confirmation number given to the customer is worthless. I am ashamed to say that i worked for this horrible company until i questioned the moral ethics and business practices of the company. If you have been scammed by this ripoff company it is unlikely you will get your money back. However, you can fight back by filing a complaint with the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, click on file a complaint, and choose the general complaint form. The company license number is TI55231
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 10/29/2012 12:13 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Premier-Luxury-Marketing-INC/Orlando-Florida-32835/Premier-Luxury-Marketing-INC-Richard-I-BeckerPresident-Elash-Kadiwer-Telemarketing-Va-961364. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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