Reservation Services International Reviews BBB Vacation Travel Club Scams

Vacation travel clubs are a great way to save money when you travel and offer amazing vacation deals to their members. However, just like any other business, a few bad apples can spoil the fun for everyone. Reservation Services International reviewed the BBB warnings of travel club scams and recommends these cautions for consumers to avoid vacation club scams and travel club complaints.
The Reservation Services International complaints and scams report below is created to help consumers avoid vacation scams. The RSI International scam tactics to avoid (listed below) will help you choose a reputable vacation travel club and avoid scams and complaints.

Warning from BBB on Vacation Travel Club Scam Tactics:

  • Check www.bbb.org prior to attending a travel club presentation to see the club’s rating. Reservation Services International currently has a BBB rating of “A+” on a scale of “A+ thru F”.

  • Always be wary of offers that claim you’ve won a contest that you did not enter. Reservation Services International does not sponsor contests.

  • Be wary of solicitations that fail to disclose the name of the soliciting company. Reservation Services International is proud of the services it provides and is happy to tell you exactly who we are!

  • Always know your rights and research your right to cancel prior to going to a sales presentation and always read your contract to know exactly what your obligations are.

  • It’s a smart practice to only attend a sales presentation if you are actually interested in what the company is offering, not solely for the promise of a gift.

  • Be wary of companies that don’t use letterhead in formal communication. This could be a sign of a fly-by-night distributor. Here’s our website so you can learn all about us and our longevity in the vacation club industry: www.rsivacations.com

Tucker MarCom