Farewell Vacations

I was trying to book a surprise Honeymoon package for myself and my soon to be Husband and so I called the number on the advertisement presented from the fax I received. when I called I was talked into buying a vacation package and ad to make my first payment right then in order to not loose the package deal, so I was told. and then I was informed that this payment had to come from my bank account directly because they don’t accept Debit cards or Credit cards so I did in the amount of $260.00, which they took right then. I was also informed that I had 72hrs to cancel the purchase. well, the next morning I called to inform them that I never received an email confirmation from them of my payment and package details and that I now wanted to cancel the purchase, I was immediately hung up on. i have called since then several times and no one will take my calls. i was well within the 72hrs that was told and yet this money has been taking out of y bank account and now no answers and i can’t seem to be able to cancel the purchase.

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