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CHICAGO, ILLINOIS -- ArcaMax Publishing advertisement: Enjoy a Complimentary Luxury Resort Vacation. Resort Getaway with 2 Night FREE from exciting Summer Bay Resort in Las Vegas..Don't pass up this limited-time promotions compliments of Summer Bay Resorts..Claim Your Free Stay Now!..No purchases or offers are required to complete..and traveller is responsible for hotel taxes...!! Is a lie! When consumers full in their name, address etc. a telemarketer will take your credit information and bill you immediately!

This ad is misleading/deceptive with a lure to Summer Bay Resorts! Immediately they will debit your credit card, send you NO INFORMATION, refuse refund. Tell them you will report them to the authorities and hang up the phone as they are a bunch of crooks out for your money! After taking your money they cancel you and try to debit your account! According to their advertisement: this promotion is open to U.S. and Canadian residents 21 years of age or older.
     
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Anonymous on 02/16/2008:
uhm, duh! NO FREE RIDES FOR ANYTHING THESE DAYS.
goldenlab on 02/16/2008:
Thank you hurricane! I forgot to mention as advertised: This promotion is open to U.S and Canadian residents 21 years and over! They take your money and cancel you out!
Linda Gean on 06/23/2011:
This kept me from the aggravation and hassles that the others had to go through. I thank God for each of you who shared your bad experiences and are keeping the look out for the "wolves" in the world that would eat up our "hard earned" money. God Bless You!
MrsMcd on 11/30/2012:
I was told I would be receiving a $100 gift card for Wal-Mart along with my subscription which would only be $12.97 per month to receive offers for great deals on groceries, travel, etc. Then was told I could pay that $12.97 a month for a year in just 4 monthly installments of $64.95. Had they not caught me first thing in the morning I would have realized that the math just does not add up. $12 97 a month for one year would break down to 4 installments of $38 something! Boy they sure saw sucker written across my forehead. I called the phone # on my bank statement and reached the voicemail of someone that obviously has nothing to do with company! I guess it's off to the bank to stop the charges, which means having to cancel my card and wait for a new one. BIG SCAM- DO NOT FALL FOR IT! For your own protection hang up immediately. Don't be as stupid as I was! :(
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