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Offer from UnlimitedTravelPackages.com Booked Travel Concepts Llc

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  1. Tony K

    I’m looking for some info on the deal I got, ASAP. It’s sounds too good to be true but I was wondering – did anybody heard of either one of this company. I can’t find any reviews. I’ll appreciate any input. UnlimitedTravelPackages.com (not Club) and charges to Booked Travel Concepts Llc. The offer -$798 for promotional package/vacation program voucher to attend 4d/3n Vacation Sale Tour and then get Bonus 8d/7n Getaway 1 Bdrm unit in 29 US/International destinations + 8d/7n Cruise entry-level inside cabin + 2 Round Trip Air tickets + 5d/4n Exotic Caribbean Getaway and some smaller bonuses.Thank you, Tony

  2. rickyw

    [I]Typically [/I]they are too good to be true. The packages tend to have a lot of restrictions, high change fees. The properties you would stay at are limited in the sense you can’t stay [I]anywhere[/I], but rather only at places they have a relationship with. So not necessarily a bad thing, just be cautious.

    I’d also be very very cautious of their ‘sales pitch’ once you arrive. These guys are good. Like, stereotypical used car salesman to the max. I’m in outside sales myself and almost pulled the trigger after listening to their pitch, and I feel like I know a lot of the typical sales strategies.

  3. Tony K

    [QUOTE=”rickyw, post: 29170, member: 1436″][I]Typically [/I]they are too good to be true. The packages tend to have a lot of restrictions, high change fees. The properties you would stay at are limited in the sense you can’t stay [I]anywhere[/I], but rather only at places they have a relationship with. So not necessarily a bad thing, just be cautious.

    I’d also be very very cautious of their ‘sales pitch’ once you arrive. These guys are good. Like, stereotypical used car salesman to the max. I’m in outside sales myself and almost pulled the trigger after listening to their pitch, and I feel like I know a lot of the typical sales strategies.[/QUOTE]

    Thank you so much, Rickyw

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