Be aware of pop up messages stating you have won a dream come true holiday. You speak over phone. They give description of your whole package 2 weeks all over Florida and cruise as a gift. They have website "Yourvipholiday.com" They take credit card VISa payment as somehow it is not a free holiday you have won. It also does not include the flights.
The transaction on the credit card statement comes through as in relation to my scam "fulfillment Center (with various numbers after ie 00 1 0 or something)".
My brother was scammed earlier this year, same original website "yourvipholiday.com" He received a call. Same pattern of selling or sales pitch. He does a credit card transaction 500 and loses that money because the company then was "Fulfillment International Corp". When he came to book the holiday - they emailed stating they had become bankrupt/Insolvent.
There is too much of a striking similarity between "fulfillment International Corp" and "Fulfillment Center (various 00 numbers after it)
I have informed by credit card co. Barclaycard Fraud Dept. to stop it in its tracks and to get stop if I can the transaction. I do not want to pay scammers, if I can avoid it.
I would like feedback from anyone else who has had experience with yourvipholiday.com and in particular this co. called "fulfillment Center 00 1 00 etc or whatever the numbers are. I fear it is one and the same company and would like to know if this is the case from others.
I would also like to know if anyone has been totally defrauded by them and the circumstances of that so that I can pass the information onto the relevant authorities here in the UK and to alert credit card companies here as to the bogus nature of this "slightly reformed" named company.
Please respond as a matter of urgency
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