Report: #136292

Complaint Review: Magic Memory Vacations - Casselberry Florida

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  • Reported By: Hickory North Carolina
  • Magic Memory Vacations P.O. Box 181456 Casselberry, Florida U.S.A.

Magic Memory Vacations ripoff promised vacationand requested $478.00 prepaid. I paid by credit card and when I called to check on the trip there was no number listed. Casselberry Florida

*Consumer Comment: Call your credit card company

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I recieved a fax about the vacation offer. I called 407 975 6525 and spoke with Edgar Rhyan. I paid $478. with credit card thru My Pay Systems. It was for 4 days, 3 nights at Ramada Plaza or Holiday Inn or Amerihost. To include airfare for 2 to Jamaca. The order number was 827186013; Product 1511881edgar.

When I called to confirm dates for vacation on 3-24-05, the telephone number was discontinued.

What do I do to get my money back?


Sandy t
Hickory, North Carolina

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#1 Consumer Comment

Call your credit card company

AUTHOR: Tom - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Thursday, March 24, 2005
NOW! Call your credit card company to put the money back into your card. State what happened and that you want your money back.
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