Bon Voyage / SeaLand Travel Club / Castaways / Phoenix Vacations / Beachcombers Complaint - Travel Club Scams
Have you ever been invited to go pick up a FREE vacation, round trip air, $300 gas, rental car for a week? Stay at home. The Free vacation enticement will cost you a pretty penny, with only certain times to travel. The $300 in gas will take 3 years to achieve after many hassles and postage. Now for what you were invited to: you will be asked to show a major credit card - why they want to make sure of credit BEFORE you go into a room to have "wonderful" vacations pitched to you at really low prices. Come on - the resorts are going to cost more than pitched, the air can not be discounted, the hotels are off the Rack rate (the highest rate a hotel can quote), the rental cars are only at 20% off. Now if you decide to buy this wonderful club, be aware that the person sitting next to you may have just paid $1300.00 for the EXACT same thing you just got for $6995.00 + $399.00 processing fee and $199.00 annual dues.
The $1300.00 people maybe got theirs as $1300.00 out the door, with that same $399.00 and $199.00 included in their price. They want your money. They tell you anything to get it. Now try to cancel. They will charge you 15% of the $6995.00 + $399.00 processing fee. Process what? No need to complain - you signed the paper on the Retail Installment Contract stating it is OK to do this!! Bill Bailey is the company owner. Just google his name and prepare to read how many law suits there are. Adrian Miller has the personality, but he too is a snake. Please, if this site saves one person from their hard earned money going to these people, it is worth it. The more money you spend the bigger there commissions. BE AWARE and BE WARNED!!
I only wish someone had been there for me. They are NOT with the BBB and have been reported. They are also being reported to the Attorney General's Office.
Angist Austin, Texas