Travel Deals scam now in CT
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Mark - Pittsburgh PA

Pittsburgh, PA

#65 Jul 31, 2012
I just received the same exact letter also for the amount of $1,398.00. It shows Beatrice Gill as the Vice President
F U Elise Tiyo

Maywood, IL

#66 Jul 31, 2012
We got a letter just like above, scam - reporting to FBI as we speak
The Elise Tiyo

Ypsilanti, MI

#67 Jul 31, 2012
Got the same letter. I wasn't aware I needed a spam filter for my postal box. Good luck with the FBI. Post if they say anything interesting about this.
Sick of Scams in MI

Livonia, MI

#68 Aug 7, 2012
See post #58--this is the address of the owner of the company who sends these misleading garbage spam snail mail letters out.

I would encourage everyone to write him personally. He has no problem invading your privacy with misleading advertising, and filling your snail mailbox with garbage solicitations---take a look at the home he's built himself on this "occupation."

Good luck consumers.

Lenexa, KS

#69 Aug 8, 2012
I received a letter and went to the presentation in Austin , Tx. While the rep left the room I googled it and read about it being a fraud. It sounded pretty good. I'm glad I didn't take the bait. I just wonder if the two round-trip tickets are valid.
Sick of Scams in MI

Livonia, MI

#70 Aug 13, 2012
Whats up Michigan--any more envelope stuffers (that's how these dirt bat companies get 1099 I.C.s--you ever see those adds that promise millions to be self employed? usually it amounts to stuffing and sending unsolicited spam snailmail on commission to help Mr. Diegel maintain his single family mansion. Yes I am pissed because the average consumer doesnt want to get/waste time vetting b.s. unscrupulous ads from companies like this, and despite there rebuttals that say they are fufilling a market need everyone knows it amounts to b.s. that wastes peoples time, exploits honest good people who arent informed, and lines the pockets of dipshits who cant make a real living.
not stupid in PA

Greensburg, PA

#72 Sep 13, 2012
Got mine from travel deals today but the VP is now Crystal Ashe. Also there is a deadline date at the top. It is still post marked from Phoenix Arizona (AZ). I hope that in today's society that we are informing people enough to not fall for these scams. There is no return address on the envelope and no real contact information or even state codes or return address on the letterhead. It just looks fake if you ask me.

Donora, PA

#73 Sep 24, 2012
we got it hand addressed and signed Jill Sharp.
Thank goodness for the internet.
We wouldn't trust them anyway.
You don't get something for nothing.
We live in Pittsburgh.
Holly B

West Mifflin, PA

#74 Sep 29, 2012
I just got mine now too. I feel special now. Vp is signed Jill Sharp. Post marked for Arizona also.

Washington, PA

#75 Oct 10, 2012
I have one now.. I want to call to see what they say but I don't want to give then my cell number so I won't! Mine is from Jill Sharp, same sorry as above. I live in Washington, PA. Anyone know who we can send this to for reporting?

Marlborough, MA

#76 Feb 23, 2013
Just received similar letter - air tix worth up to $1,298.00 - hand stamped enveloped, hand addressed, inkjet printed letter (and letterhead!) from "American Airways" - to call "Ali Hale" at 866-727-4544. The telemarketer I reached asked me to do a 90-min round-trip drive to "tour" their wholesale travel agency at 800 S. Main St, Mansfield MA. "Not a time share company."
I asked if they're affiliated with American Airlines - she said, yes, they book with all major airlines (ie., NO, they're NOT affiliated).
I asked the official name of the wholesale travel agency - she said, "American Travel ". That site looks legit, but interestingly, it displays numerous travel & media links -- none of which mention anything about American Travel . ALso, there's no phone number except the one for the "appointment" telemarketer, and the "Listing" of locations is...(you guessed it) INACTIVE!
SO...hmmn...does this look legit to anyone?
steven Y

United States

#77 Mar 20, 2013
Same deal in Fort Myers Florida signed bu Abbey Walker! junk!

United States

#78 Mar 22, 2013
Got it in Kansas City

This email is to remind you of your appointment on Sunday, March 24th, at 12:30 PM in Overland Park, KS.

You have been offered a special incentive in exchange for your time in attending the open house. You will receive two roundtrip airline tickets valid anywhere inside the continental United States to a major international airport. This offer is in consideration of your time for previewing the wholesale travel agency.

This is NOT A TIMESHARE. It is a full-service travel agency which specializes in luxury accommodations, cruises and travel packages. You will not be obligated to buy, sign or join anything. We recommend that you print and bring this email with you to make you feel more comfortable.

The open house will include a brief presentation on the services offered in a relaxed, casual atmosphere. This is a group presentation so please arrive 15 minutes early. Please note that this is not open to the public and is by invitation only.

This is a limited time offer and is non-transferable.

Please click here for directions.

Please be advised the address is:

Holiday Inn and Convention Center

10920 Nall Ave

Overland Park, KS 66211

Please respond to this email to confirm your appointment, or please call me at 1-866-349-0115.

We are looking forward to seeing you!

Abbey Walker

Abbey Walker

Confirmation Manager

Participants must be between the ages of 30 and 70. Participants must have a combined annual household income in excess of $50,000. Both spouses/cohabitants must attend the group presentation. Members or participants in previous promotions are not eligible. Participants must speak and understand fluent English. Children and uninvited guests are not permitted. Participants must provide a state-issued identification card for identification as well as a major credit card (not a debit card) for identification to claim the gifts.

Elmendorf Afb, AK

#79 Mar 24, 2013
I just received the travel voucher. I am glad Abby with american travel deals directed me to the internet to view the website. She helped me to see their scam when I googled it. If it sounds to good to be true it probably is.

United States

#80 Mar 30, 2013
Ha. this letter too! my brother in law got it out of the mailbox and could read some if it thru the envelope. he is seriously gullible and not the sharpest tool in the shed, he would be a rubber hose when u would need a razor knife. so I am very thankful that this letter did not come to him Cuz he would definitely get jewed, if he even had money that is...anyway I open the letter and it reads ( US AIRLINES) in a letter head. same body as previous comments but hand signed and hand addressed by a Sue Bayler Vice prez. 1*866*915*1587. so I call the number and a young woman answers after I wait thru the typical elevator music and brief messages that my call will be answered in turn. so she talks rapidly and I cut her off because she makes no sense. and refers to. them, they, their. I asked her several times who she was talking about and she danced around it after I told her I think its a scam. she got very nervous and stuttered frequently from then on. I didn't even believe this was legit from the beginning lol so thanks u guys for the reassurance. seeing the bogus names of VP's sealed the deal. oh I live in Arkansas BTW. they asked four questions but the main one was if I had credit card. I said no. and she kept digging into that asking if it was still active at all and such. then wanted me to refer my family and friends and they use the code at bottom of letter to receive airline ticket vouchers. I've already wasted too much time commenting about this. so needless to say. I will not be going to American travel deals dot com. that's who she said "they" were. watch out folks and happy Easter. don't forget the meaning of Easter BTW

Staunton, VA

#81 Sep 29, 2014
twin43 wrote:
Travel Deals 425 Hayden Station Windsor CT is a scam. They are linked to Travel Deals Marlton NJ owned by Darryl Turner and his cohort wife Robyn Bernstein.
Adam Armstrong and his scam artists are bilking customers out of thousands of dollars while the Dept. of consumer affairs collects evidence. Stay away! They send out post cards for a complimentary cruise and airfare. The client pays $250 per cruise and $50 per airfare in taxes etc.made out to a bogus "Reservations" travel agency in Lake Success NY (it is a virtual office owned by Bernstein) They have no intention of honoring anyones certificates and the 8995.00 travel deals program is also a hoax. Please stay away and pass this on to anyone you know. These scammers are in all states under various names. There MO is almost always the same. Be aware!

Madison Heights, VA

#82 Dec 10, 2014
TRIPPER wrote:
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Adam armstrong is 30yrs old.

Montréal, Canada

#83 Jun 25, 2015
Timeshares are never a good purchase, and timeshare owners need to be cautious about this. There are lots of timeshare scams. I recommend you to visit , there is good information about timeshare issues.

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