Island Trader

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Feb 8, 2021
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Company you have a question or a comment about: Vacations To Go or Island Trader Vacations

The company is Island Trader Vacations. I told them sometime ago I wanted out, repeatedly when I talked to their customer service reps. However they are now saying I owe them dues back to 2016.

What's your desired resolution? I just want away from them. Since I hadn't heard from them in over 3 years I thought I was away from them, But now they say I owe $1100.00. I thought initially I could use their services but on the times I tried there was no benefit and found cheaper services on my own.

What's the value of your claim (in US $)? 1100

Does anyone have any suggestions to be able to get away from them or any suggestions to get out of their contract and away from the company once and for all?
 

RLB

May 28, 2019
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I did a quick look up on Island Trader Vacations. It was hard for me to find info but it appears that when you join, they have paperwork where the buyer agrees to pay an annual membership fee and that you are contracting with a company called Travel Services. To cancel the membership, there is a cancellation fee and, the member signs some sort of cancellation agreement and brings the account up to date.
 

jsn55

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Dec 26, 2014
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I did a quick look up on Island Trader Vacations. It was hard for me to find info but it appears that when you join, they have paperwork where the buyer agrees to pay an annual membership fee and that you are contracting with a company called Travel Services. To cancel the membership, there is a cancellation fee and, the member signs some sort of cancellation agreement and brings the account up to date.
This is very good information for you. They're not going to cancel just because you "want out". Have a look at your original paperwork and see if you can figure out how to cancel the membership. Is there any connection to Vacations To Go?
 
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