Royal Destination Las Vegas Reviews - Royal Destination Las Vegas Scam or Legit

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Vincent – Oct 03, 2020

Same I recieved a call from a guy name Al Davis with Royal Destinations, promising me a vacation to Las Vegas for me and my husband for $399 for 4 days 3 nights plus 5 show tickets to my choice, $300 promotional slot play, $300 food credit, $500 hotel credit and a bonus vacation after Las Vegas trip to anywhere for 3 days/2 nights for 2 with round trip airfare for 1 of 22 destinations to choose from: Las Vegas, Reno, Denver, Orlando, Dallas, Los Angeles, Florida. The guy say it was not a timeshare and there will be no tour; that he just wanted me to spread the word about how great Vegas would be through Royal Destination. he said that he would email me all the details of the offers we discussed in about 15-20 minutes and I’ll soon recieve the printed papers in the mail. He also mentioned of checking in with the hotel concerige about activities or shows that are available. Then I decided to google this company up and found out they have been scaming people for quite some time now. Exactly same but the guy I talked to was very rude and I didn’t give him my card number thank GOD!

Gina –

Victim Location 92110

Total money lost $399

Type of a scam Travel/Vacations

I recieved a call from a guy name Al Davis with Royal Destinations, promising me a vacation to Las Vegas for me and my husband for $399 for 4 days 3 nights plus 5 show tickets to my choice, $300 promotional slot play, $300 food credit, $500 hotel credit and a bonus vacation after Las Vegas trip to anywhere for 3 days/2 nights for 2 with round trip airfare for 1 of 22 destinations to choose from: Las Vegas, Reno, Denver, Orlando, Dallas, Los Angeles, Florida. The guy say it was not a timeshare and there will be no tour; that he just wanted me to spread the word about how great Vegas would be through Royal Destination. I agreed to pay him $399 and he said that he would email me all the details of the offers we discussed in about 15-20 minutes and I’ll soon recieve the printed papers in the mail. He also mentioned of checking in with the hotel concerige about activities or shows that are available. My gut feeling told me it was too good to be true so when I checked my email, there was nothing of the sort but the invoice summary of what my card was charged. There was no details of any offers that was discussed. Then I decided to google this company up and found out they have been scaming people for quite some time now.

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