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Is this Travel Club a scam or do they provide wholesale discounts to their members who pay 13k to join ?
 
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Neil Maley

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www.promalvacations.com
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Travel clubs are ALWAYS a rip off. Stay away. We've had complaints that the deals they offered were the same deals you can find yourself.

Find yourself a good travel agent - they can get you great deals and you don't have to pay anything.
 
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Stay away. The only mention of the company I see is PR releases -- ie nothing of substance,

Website is full of grammatical errors -- see what I highlighted in red

"Vacation’s are a wonderful way to relieve stress from work, and make new memories
with family and friends. In today’s world of instant gratification and everything
happening all the time"

Also look at one of the post on the blog see what I highlighted

"Book Your Adventure wonders if suburbia has got you in a rut. Consider taking a few
days and heading to a big city for some taxi riding, sky rises, and the hustle and bustle
fun. "

I live in New York City and I can tell you that people are not coming here to ride in taxis -- and the term sky rises? Umm no

Website was only created in April 2017 -- owner hidden by website proxy -- I looked it up on ICANN

My advice is to stay away.
 

jsn55

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Is this Travel Club a scam or do they provide wholesale discounts to their members who pay 13k to join ?
Yes, Dan, nearly all 'Travel Club' schemes are a scam. Just don't go there. With the vast amount of information on the internet, you can create your own good deals for travel.
 
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