Elite Travel Services – Scammed

I wish I would of read the rest of these scam articles it would of saved me $2250 AND A BUNCH OF HEADACHES. In April 2011 Mr. Chuck Lawrence called me told me the same thing as he did all the others that I would receive $2800 a week for CInco De Maya in May 2012 and I did have 3 VIP weeks along with my time share week that would total $16,800 so I borrowed the money and then 2 months later he said the transaction fell through I should of known better as Mr. Randy Johnson called me and told me the same things about contracts. Then in December I was told they would refund me my money after they had their board meeting nothing has come and 2 months later their v-mail says they are out of the office for the holidays probably sitting on a private island after they scammed how many people. If you call BBB they have a F rating and they are not part of the Orlando Chamber of Commerce. I want everyone to know what kind of crooks these people are and I am not stopping until I get justice…….In process of mkoving and could use that money but these types of predators need to get what they have coming…….mckaymm71

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