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Old Feb 1, 04, 12:08 am
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Great Deals on Hotels!

Sorry if I posted on the wrong catagory, BUT...


Hello everyone, I just gotten ahold of some hotel vouchers that allow its holders to spend 3 days and 2 nights for the cost of $15 + tax. I am looking to see if anyone would be interested purchasing these from me. Asking price is $10.

The website at which these certificates pertain to is [deleted by moderator]
I know this sounds a little too good to be true, but it doesn't hurt to try, right? Also, these guys are members of the Better Business Bureau...

These certificates will allow accommodations in
- Las Vegas, NV
- Laughlin, NV
- Reno, NV
- Orlando, FL
- Atlantic City, NJ
- Cancun, MX
- Anaheim, CA (Disneyland Area)
- Seattle, WA ,
- S. Padre Island, TX
- Lake Tahoe, NV
- Daytona Beach, FL
- Palm Springs, CA
- San Antonio, TX
- Gatlinburg, TN
- White Mountain, NH
- Honolulu, HI
- Pocono Mountains, PA
- New Orleans, LA
- Myrtle Beach, SC
- Victoria, BC
- Branson, MO
- Portland,OR

Or 4-Days & 3-Nights in:
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
Mazatlan, Mexico

[deleted by moderator] contact information, and how many you would like (I only have about 10), and I will respond within 24 hrs.

Thanks for looking!


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Old Feb 1, 04, 12:41 am
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<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">Originally posted by MRKTSE:
Sorry if I posted on the wrong catagory, BUT...</font>
And your connection with this company is what? Are you leaving anything out here?

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Old Feb 1, 04, 8:43 am
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So let me see if I understand this. This person want us to pay him (a complete stranger with a Yahoo address) $10 apiece for "certificates" that we then need to redeem for another $15 each in order to get "free" hotel rooms through a travel company that we've never heard of, whose web address is a division of another company we've never heard of.

Am I the only person that thinks this sounds funny? If anyone has ever dealt with this company or any its divisions, I'd like to hear about it.

(TravelRedemption.com is registered to HORT Financial Services in Chicago. This company also operates as MyFreeTravel.com and UnitedBarter.com)


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Old Feb 1, 04, 1:22 pm
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Even this persons handle is MRKT (market) as in sales. He lists no occupation, location and has no interests. HHHMMM. I tried to pull up home.houston.rr.com/lazyboy108 and gee, it wouldn't come up.

I am a wee bit suspicious. Is it me or what?
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Old Feb 1, 04, 1:29 pm
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<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">Originally posted by svenskaflicka:
Even this persons handle is MRKT (market) as in sales. He lists no occupation, location and has no interests. HHHMMM. I tried to pull up home.houston.rr.com/lazyboy108 and gee, it wouldn't come up.

I am a wee bit suspicious. Is it me or what?
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Not that it matters, but the correct web site for him is:
http://home.houston.rr.com/lazyboy108/



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Old Feb 1, 04, 3:04 pm
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This smells very commercial to me. I am shutting down this thread as a violation of FT TOS.

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