I just recieved a 1600 vacation voucher from a company called Ramada plaza resorts Orlando/ Ft Lauderdale Vacations, for $ 1600.00 for a 2 night Universal Vacation a Carnival Cruise or Imperial Majesty cruise and three nights in South Florida. Has anyone ever heard of this company or used this type of voucher. I know it is for solicitation of a timeshare but was wondering if it is worth looking into.
Toss it in the trash where it belongs. This is an ongoing promotion that has literally thousands of complaints filed with the Florida State Attorney Generals Office. It is worded in such a fashion that it is legal, but it certainly is very misleading and not worth the paper it's printed on. I get these darn things weekly.
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Jim, thank you so much for your prompt response to this question. I have to say the staff at cruisemates has been the most helpful around. Don G., Luisa and yourself have really provided me with just the right information I was looking for. Thanks again from saving me from being ripped off.
Dayna, I get that stuff thru my email. It's not for Carnival but the Imperial Majesty cruise. I've never heard of it and in doing a little search nothing came up on it so like Jim, I deleted it and any since then. If you are willing to wait and go on a moments (well maybe a few weeks) notice there are some terrific last minute deals to be had and you don't have to worry what the ship etc is like and take a timeshare tour.
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You can do an internet search for Imperial Majesty cruises and see all the nightmares people have encountered with this. I don't know why, with living in Miami, I'm not indundated with mail from them. Maye they figure sinceI'm so close to the Port of Miami (5 minutes), I know what real cruises are.Remember the old saying, "If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is." In this case it definitely is.