Report: #1512509

Complaint Review: Res Push - Cancún Q.R.

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  • Reported By: Davina — Costa Mesa CA United States
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  • Res Push 45 Bonampak Avenue, Mexico Cancún, Q.R. Mexico

Res Push Extortion Cancún Q.R.

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I previously bought 3 trips, that are not expired, through Resgo. Leo M. from Res Push called to tell me Resgo went out of business and their customers transfer to them, and for me to keep the 3 trips I already purchased, I would have to purchase one of their trips for $350. At that point, he sent me an email welcoming me with the details of the trip.

He said if I didn't purchase their trip, he threatened to terminate my contract I already paid for and lose all 3 of my vacations. Just as Leo M. was about to transfer me to make a payment, assuming I would purchase the trip, when I told him I was not ready to make a decision in the moment and I was not interested, before we were off the call, he had already sent me a termination email.

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