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I spent 40 minutes on the phone with "Benjamin Davis" and his supposed supervisor "Bradely Stevens" who continually insisted I give them my credit card number on a recorded line for the sum of $379 for a Vegas vacation. I kept asking for any proof of them actually being a real company and they insisted no one had ever asked them for proof of their legitimacy. Their website looks like a 12 year old made it and they have no proof of being a company or being involved with Hilton, Wyndham and Marriott hotels. At the end of the conversation, "Bradley Stevens" got irritated and told me "If you’re so skeptical, why are you doing this?" when they are the ones who called to harass ME! They also claim to be a part of hotdeals.vegas and "Vegas Vacations" which does not exist at all. They have my phone number, address and email!!!!

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