• Report: #1059435

Complaint Review: American

  • Submitted: Sat, June 15, 2013
  • Updated: Thu, May 29, 2014

  • Reported By: hvactech — Hubertus Wisconsin
none Scottsdale, Wisconsin USA

American Unsolicited award notification. Travel check for $1198.00 to be redeemed for 2 round trip airline tickets to anywhere in the Continental US from any major international US airport. Claim that they have attempted to contact me on several occasions and that this is my last chance to respond. Check must be redeemed by June 20, 2013. States that this is not a timeshare or land sales offer. Only telephone number provided. 1-866-233-0348 Unknown listing for number. Scottsdale Wisconsin

*General Comment: Travel Scams

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Dear William,


Enclosed is your Travel Check Voucher. This Travel Check Voucher can be redeemed for a 

certificate 2 round trip airline tickets to anywhere in the continentral US from any major

international US airport. Certain restriction may apply. Vacation Getaway and Cruices are  

available for a limited time.

We have attempted contacting you on serveral occassions. This will be your last chance to respond.


Note that this check voucher ust be redeemed by June 20th 2013. If you do not claim your

award, it will be transferred to the alternate. This is a limited time offer and may be

withdraw at any time. Flights fill quickly.

Please reference your check voucher number P-100966. This travel checkmust be certified to be



Call 1-866-233-0348          This is not a timeshare or land sales offer.             


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#1 General Comment

Travel Scams

AUTHOR: collins80j - ()

Just turn on the television and you will see many offers like this one. But because you think it's too good to be true, you probably didn't pick up the phone. Later you wonder are these offers for real? Will a company give you a weekend in a great destination just because you "won" a prize? The short answer is yes they will, with strings attached. The "strings" attached to these timeshare deals usually come in the form of mandatory sales presentations that last anywhere from 90 minutes to several hours in some circumstances. These free weekends aren't all bad though. You will get a chance to tour the resort (or you should; if a salesperson meets you in a restaurant with a few rough drawings - beware). Before embarking on a free weekend, however, be prepared. Their goal is to get you to buy a timeshare on the spot. You will probably be pressured to some degree. If the weekend stay isn't worth the high pressure sales, remember you can always leave - but it is possible to simply enjoy the weekend and leave without having purchased a timeshare at the end

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