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Blue Water Scam

I plan on going to as many as I find out about. Keep posting the new locations. Lets put some heat on them. the more the merrier. Joe

 
Comments (6)
6 Friday, 03 February 2012 22:14
M & Y
We attended their poor pitch presentation this past week. After we told them we won't benefit from the $9000 4 week package the price was dropped to their $2500 one week package. We respectively declined. We were given the "free vouchers" for the cruise and plane tickets. Once you read the many stipulations and guidelines plus sending in Money Orders instead of putting the cost on a credit card or sending a personal check, the real scam is revealed. Don't waste your valuable 90 mins of life with this company. You can find better deals by searching the internet, Save your time and $9000.
5 Tuesday, 25 October 2011 12:56
JDHurst
Run, Run, Run. These are high pressure salesmen who use out of state phone solicitations calling people that have signed up on the do-not-call registry and trying to lure them into a "sales pitch". I have filed three complaints with the FCC over the do-not-call issue. I have advised the BBB about the phone issues. I have contacted Teddy (supposedly a supervisor in the Southlake office) at 888-797-7522 and complained. They simply do not care how much they bother you.
It looks like there is nothing legitimate about these folks based on VacationGift.net names and locations. Sort of looks like a floating high pressure sales pitch, doesn't it? I envy the person that only received a postcard. At least you can toss your trash. We can't get off their phone call list.
I would urge you to internet search many of the names on the VacationGift.net website and read all the complaints. The only few good things mentioned are probably their phone solicitors posting rave reviews while they wait for their next victim to pick up the phone.
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4 Tuesday, 11 October 2011 00:15
Johnathan
If you follow the cruise certificate and it does not work, then you can do something aout that will cause some serious consequence's. Some company's are good, and some are bad, just google blue-water. If the company does not do everything right, they will not be in business long at all.
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3 Tuesday, 11 October 2011 00:15
Johnathan
If you follow the cruise certificate and it does not work, then you can do something aout that will cause some serious consequence's. Some company's are good, and some are bad, just google blue-water. If the company does not do everything right, they will not be in business long at all.
2 Thursday, 15 September 2011 20:42
Brandi
We received a postcard from Oasis Getaways in Southlake that we won a free cruise and of course after enduring a 2 hr high pressure sales pitch to spend $9k to buy into their vacation club we kindly refused and asked for the free cruise and they gave us a 'certificate' they said we would need to mail off with $49 fee, so should I even bother with this 'free' cruise or is this a total scam?
1 Friday, 02 September 2011 10:41
Clay10
They are now in Southlake Texas under the name of Oasis Geteways.

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