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  1. #1
    amissa Guest

    Default Won a Free Condo Vacation

    Okay, I'm skeptical of people telling me I 'win' anything 'free.' I received a phone call today from Simplicity Brides informing me that I had won a 8 day/7 night condo vacation, valid for 1 year, valued at over $1500. (I know what that means: I get to pay taxes on that trip.) There were some other little things attached, like a membership in a discount travel company, or something similar.

    So what's the catch? I have to sit through a 90 minute sales pitch of gourmet cookware. I doubt I will buy anything. I'll have to drive a little distance for this presentation & I'm "under no obligation to buy."

    To me it's a given that my name & address will be sold to anyone & everyone who will pay 2 cents for it. I don't mind that; I'll be moving before the end of the year.

    Has anyone else won a free vacation & used it? Is there anything else I should consider before accepting such a prize?

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    wingedpup Guest

    Default RE: Won a Free Condo Vacation

    It sounds like the Royal Prestige Cookware sales pitch, and they have a rather bad reputation. Try googling "Royal Prestige Cookware" and you can read up on them.
    I never went to the presentation because it sounded like a ripoff, especially after researching the company.

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    Mar 2009

    Default Recent call

    I received a phone call from Royal Prestige with the same "prize". Is this legit?

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