Acting as American Travel Network

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Linda –

Victim Location 55340

Type of a scam Travel/Vacations

Received letter in the mail that we won two of five prizes, which were clearly going to be a hotel card and cruise vacation (odds stated in letter to be 585,977/586,000).

Called and signed up for a 90 minute travel sales presentation in order to collect the two prizes. Salesman brought a notepad of paper and tried to sell a travel club costing $9,999 up front and $329 per year. He wrote on two pieces of paper. Then brought up a travel website to show off all the potential properties we’d have access to at rock bottom rates.

We politely declined as that was also clearly a scam. Then the prizes we won – a cruise, airfare. Received paper forms referring us to dynastyglobalincentives.com where we should pay $98 in activation fees just to play.

The website refers to “as seen on…” five different websites. I searched. 4 of the 5 sites don’t exist and the fifth (10speedpromotions.com) was clearly made by the same company, same styles, exact same images of travelers and destinations, same lack of material content.

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