Travel to Go Complaint - Travel to Go free computer scam
We received a mailer with no company info except a sidebar about Travelocity and an offer of a free laptop computer. We went to the required presentation and found out the sponser "company" was Travel to Go. so far Travel To Go is a scam. We listened for 60 minutes to the sales pitch, got a personal sales pitch twice and then sat for 30 minutes waiting for our "free computer." At this point we were told they were out of computers despite the fact that they had two more planned seminar sessions that day. We were told more computers were being ordered or they could mail us a computer. We were told -rather shadily-to return to the Hampton Hotel on Thursday to pick up the "computer." No place to get the computer or contact name was given, After pressing for details we were assured that Travel To Go would still be at the hotel on Thursday, but I have my doubts. The scam is they want you to spend between 2000 (low end) up to 10,000 for membership in a travel club which supposedly gets you discounts that justify their upfront fee. This from a business that can't even fulfill its basic deal. The deal was I listen fro 90 minutes and get a free laptop computer (granted laptop computers can be found online for as little as $144.00). Well we listened for 90 minutes and got NOTHING!!!! Unless you have tons of vacation time and/or LOVE cruises don't bother with this scam because it won't pay off. Even then it won't pay off from other reviews I've read. And they claim great customer service!