Internatonal Destination
Complaint 3664 Details

  • Date Occurred: 06/29/2013
  • Reported Damages: $600.00
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I bought a trip package from a company called International Destinations on June 29,2011. Before I purchase the package I had a long conversation with the man who told me his name is Mark Celly. I told him the date and where I would like to go with my two girls, which was no July22 2011 to Jamaica. He told me once I buy the package I can use it any time within 18 months. I payed 600.00 by debet card. They gave me a conformation number and e-mailed me to sign a format for validation and conformation. I sighed on July3,2011. We looked different resorts on line and we found one we like and called Customer Service 1888-676-5871.The person who answers the call told me to call back . I did called back several times, since then either Mark is not in or transfer me to another line and no one there. The number I called for the first time was 1877-533-7050. I called all the numbers they told me to call the last five days. Please help me.

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  • Bryan
  • Bryan SBID #N/A
  • Posted 07/20/2013
  • I went in ahead and called as well and I had the same person helping me out Mark Kelly. And he went and gave me all the info how I can choose the dates the location and hotel and how the food and the water activities are all included. And I accepted and he transferred me to this lady who asked my for debt card and address my email. I gave it to them and figured to use a later date to book my hotel. They were charging me 450 for two people and they told me they were gonna send me a confirmation number and the info in my email. Later in the day they called me back saying they couldn't process my card cause there was a hold and one of the managers was the one that called and i was Oo ok well just cancel it then. And he was like ooo you know your gonna get reported to the credit how you didn't pay the amount you said you would and I told him its not a credit card its a debt card then he got quite and was like Oo call the number behind your card. I called the next day to my bank letting them to authorize the amount they were gonna charge and later I called the company back and this lady picked up and asked for mark Kelly and the lady was like sure good on she put me on hold and this guy answered and I asked for mark Kelly again and the guy was like Oo he's not in but may I take a message and I could of sworn it sounded just like mark Kelly. So i told him I authorized my bank to let go on the hold so you can charge my card and the guy was like o ok ill let my boss know thanks and thats it. He never asked me my name or any info. After all that I realized it could of been a scam so I went called my bank and let them know and asked for a new check card because i gave them my info over the phone. And on the safe side I asked for a new checking account. Lucky for me they never charged me the 450 in time before I can cancel my check card. And now I'm waiting for my for check card to come in and last night u similar 888 number called me and I didn't answer. Which to me makes it seem like a scam because they didn't bother leaving a voicemail or anything. Last time I do this... let me know what happens to you take care man.
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  • Ivy83
  • Ivy83 SBID #N/A
  • Posted 09/24/2013
  • My company memo handed out on Sept 23 2011 had a great vacation package promotion. Hotel stay for 6 days and 5 nights for $175 per person to Cancun, Mayan Riviera, Puerto Vallarta or Cabo San Lucas, or Hawaii, and and the first 100 callers receive 5 days and 4 nights bonus to Jamaica. I called 1-888-680-5749 and talked to a guy named Kirby Washington, booked for 4 people. He assured me that the package is good for 18 months and although it is non- refundable, it is transferable. He also told me that I happened to be the person who got the last spot, the 100th caller. I would have to call 45 days before my departure day in order to book my hotel. I gave my name, address, cell home and work phone number, my credit card number with the security number in the back of the card. He then transferred me to another representative to record everything that I had told him before. This lady sounded progressional, assuring, and when I asked for the her organization website she told me that it is She specifically told me that the dash in the address is minus sign. She gave me confirmation number. When I tried to write down everything I need to confirm that supposed to be in the package, she told me that they will be included in my email. Again I gave all the informations to her that I gave to Kirby Washington. I got off the phone feeling like the luckiest person in the whole department. Then a coworker warned me that I should not give out all my info and credit card number that easily, and pointed out the the memo said that it is fro H.R.Dept, but did not specify from what HR department. I brushed asidethe uneasy feeling. Later on I received an email asking for my e-signature for a travel package to Mexico. I read the two pages that asked me to initial in 9 places and sign at 2 places. The words in this form were small, the content was vague, it did not include any specific detail about the package that I purchased. But they make it clear every where that my purchase is nonrefundable, that I was not forced into purchasing it. I put off signing the form. Much later that night, my credit card called me to verify the purchase. I did not call them back until the next morning when my stomach was in knots. I can't believe I was too hurry and did not make sure everything was legit before giving out my information and credit card number. My credit card closed my account but now I have to face with another worrisome problem. These people have my name, address, birthday, company name, phone numbers of cell home and work. They can manipulate these information and pretend to be me to open account and purchase things under my name. When you see a deal that is too good to be true, it probably is.
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  • Complaints Filed: 1
  • Reported Damages: $600.00
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