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Sundance Vacations Scam – You Really Think You Won?

So I just got a call from sundance vacations and I was very skeptic when I was talking to the sales rep.  She was so passionate about how I won a prize.  She dropped names or landmarks around there saying I entered the sweepstakes there and blah blah…

She was so quick to answer questions on my skepticism but when I started asking more questions about the company she started to fumble.  It was so hard to get the website domain name out of her.  I asked her for the address so I can look up the place online and she told me that she cannot tell me what it is till I book the reservation.

So Bottom line I got the domain name of Sundancevacations.com and started my research online.

The best thing to do when searching for scams is type the domain name and then scam and see what pops up.

So I typed in sundancevacations.com scam.

The message boards start piling up with negative postings.  Everyone is complaining about this vacation scam with all these high pressure sales tactics.  I am not saying it is a scam but I will not waste my time.  I think the biggest objective was am I really going to get this vacation at the end.  I did not read on one board that a person actually got a vacation in the end.

Here are some links to forums with people talking about sundance vacations is probably not the nicest way.

http://www.complaintsboard.com/complaints/sundance-vacations-c176072.html

http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/189600/my_experience_with_sundance_vacations.html

So if a free vacation is to good to be true or something sounds to good to be true.  Then it probably is.  Please post your comments!


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  6. Josh says:

    all this stuff on this website is a bunch of bull *** none of the stuff that you are stating is correct. Sundance is a very WELL known travel company and would not scam anyone I have been a client to the company for the past 15 years and never was I pressured to purchase a travel package and yes I did purchase a travel package and have had NO issues in the past 15 years. If you people would just listen instead of jumping to some ungodly reasons of why not to go into the office maybe you would be able to actually see for yourself stand on your own two feet instead of listening to everyone else who has no clue what they are talking about!

  7. Lisa McDaniel says:

    I just left my appointment with Sundance. It was really hard not to buy into their deals because they really did give me good options that truly are awesome packages (IF you plan on actually vacationing). The only reason I didn’t was because I have life issues to clear up before I can let myself spend any “fun” money. But they did keep their promise and we left there with what we needed to take a 4 day vacation. All we have to do is register within 60 days and book it writing a year. We do have to pay the taxes, but that’s all, and they did tell it’s that up front.

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