I'm just a regular old Joe, who attended a concert in PA, when I was approached to do some random survey, which I decided to participate in.A week or so later, I received a call from Sundance vacations, informing me that my wife and I were being given a free 4-day vacation.
I was asked to drive a couple of hours away to claim my vacation, which we done. Once we got there, yes, they attempted to sell us timeshare type deals, but were not forced or anything of the sort, we just said no. It turned out that all we had to do was sit through their one-hour spiel, and in the end, we were given that vacation just like we were promised. All we had to do was pay a deposit, which was 150 dollars, that we will get back just like it said in the fine print that we thoroughly read through.
We claimed our package, which is an all-inclusive 4-day trip with airfare included, chose our resort, and we are set to fly to the Virgin Islands on Jan. 14th. That was that, and there was no "catch" or anything. I promise this is no "scam" whatsoever.
Sundance's employees were awesome and straight forward, and we are so glad we went through with this.Do NOT listen to the negative reviews, I swear to you that this is as legitimate as can be.
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