Suite Journeys Reviews
A couple in Georgia learned the tough way that “too good to be true” vacation deals are often too fantastic to be correct. After paying a supposed travel agent down for a dream trip to Mexico months before they were lined up to travel, the couple learned close to their travel date that their holiday had never been prepared. Though the travel advisor was detained for tricking them and lots of others, they never received money back and they did not get their Mexico holiday.
Unfortunately, travel tricks are common and even savvy travelers can be taken. It’s understandable that we all want the very best deal possible and the vacation we merit, but once a travel sting artist has taken your cash, it can be very difficult, if not impossible, to get it back.
Before booking a trip with a new travel agent or joining a travel club, begin by researching online reviews. As a word of caution, even that can be troublesome. Con artists posing as travel advisors can work quickly, taking as much money up front as practical and then vanishing, so it might be awhile before holiday-makers know they have been taken.
There are many red flags you should have a look for when booking a trip with a trip booker for the 1st time or before joining a travel club and if any of them apply, you should look somewhere else. To begin with, if they insist firmly on upfront fee without an official contract, steer clear. You are always entitled to have a written contract that obviously spells out what you are stumping up for, regardless of you’re paying in full or merely making a down payment. Insist on getting everything in writing. Suite Journeys always gives a complete copy of your check-list, as well as the names of all vendors included in the package.
Separately, if you have got to pay in full 60 or more days before the departure date, it’s a sign that you may be getting tricked because that’s the cutoff point for Mastercard exchange disputes at many large banks. Similarly, if the discount is too steep and it’s obvious that the seller cannot make any cash on the package such as $199 all-inclusive trip to Hawaii, hang up the telephone.
You should get the holiday you have saved for and earned. Do not let high-pressure coscammer get the finest of you.