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TPC Pro-Travel / enjoyaccess.com ( a direct buy company ) Rip-off or Legitimate ?
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6/5/2010 2:38 PM (PST)

Please advise if the following Company is a scam. They go by the name of TPC Pro-Travel and also enjoyaccess.com and claim to be a direct buy discount company that can save you as much as 50% off of everything from travel, hotels, building materials, jewelry, and furniture. If you have any info on this organization good or bad please let me know. I really do appreciate it. Thank you for your assistance and information. I just hate getting ripped off, don't you ?
K.B.

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6/7/2010 9:23 AM (PST)

Kenneth,
I was not able to locate a BBB Report but these type of discount travel options usually are too good to be true. You run the risk of paying for misrepresented travel, shoddy accomodations and paying far more to upgrade than if you were to go with a reputable travel agent for the accomodations wanted.

I suggest you use caution, especially if they are requesting upfront fees or personal information before providing you all the terms and conditions of the offer.

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8/17/2010 1:54 PM (PST)

This is Frank T. from TPC- ProTravel – we welcome these questions from prospective clients. We feel in this instance, it would be better to let our customers do the talking. Please follow these links to blogs and comments by actual customers, we think you will be pleasantly surprised. Thanks again for your interest in TPC-ProTravel. http://tpcprotravel.wordpress.com/ http://twitter.com/tpcprotravel

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8/17/2010 9:48 PM (PST)

From my experience, this company is a scam. Check out my experience here http://www.trustlink.org/Ask-The-Community/Question/Scams/direct-buying-membership-offer-from-tpc-protravelcom--enjoyaccesscom-2552

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8/23/2010 10:55 AM (PST)

We feel it is important to point out a few things; TPC-ProTravel is a fulfillment company and does not provide promotional items like cruises and grocery coupons, secondly we do not contract directly to the end user so we would have no direct relationship with this person, as we only deal with people who are actual members of the different buying groups that we provide fulfillment for. Lastly TPC-ProTravel was founded in 1999 in Texas and is part of the largest travel consortium in the world, and also has many other member based support firms who combined provide member services to millions of families throughout North America. Please visit our websites to view what our happy customers have to say: http://tpcprotravel.wordpress.com/ http://tpcprotravel.tumblr.com/ http://twitter.com/tpcprotravel

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4/4/2011 4:46 PM (PST)

Chris,

I was not able to locate a BBB Report but these type of discount travel options usually are too good to be true. You run the risk of paying for misrepresented travel, shoddy accomodations and paying far more to upgrade than if you were to go with a reputable travel agent for the accomodations wanted.

I suggest you use caution, especially if they are requesting upfront fees or personal information before providing you all the terms and conditions of the offer and don't fall for their one-sided blog and twitter page! They try and use that as some of validation when they are just plain no good!

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4/18/2011 11:27 AM (PST)

To Mari- Our company does not need your validation. We are merely provide members a place where they can voice their opinion. We don't appreciate your OPINION, attempting to discredit us and disrespectfully saying we're "plain no good", when in fact those testimonials on our blog are 100% legitimate that can be backed up with proof and documentation. Some websites like to provide grounds for people to vent their negative experiences, but no one ever likes to discuss the positive. Our company celebrates positivity. Since you are such a critic with your 1349 answers, I would like to know your opinion about the BBB pay-to-play article, along with the ongoing Attorney General's investigation of its potentially criminal activities: http://abcnews.go.com/Blotter/business-bureau-best-ratings-money-buy/story?id=12123843 I look forward to your response and hope that you will give a fair response to us. It would be unfair if only certain voices are allowed to be heard.

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2/5/2012 10:44 AM (PST)

Frank T, you are full of crap. No doubt your full time job with TPC is PR, trying to put out an abundance of fires. I've been reading about your "highly secret" company on numerous sites, and it is just a matter of time until you guys go belly up. I've been waiting 16 weeks for my 2-8 week processing period. I have not read a single report on these sites where a cruise was actually delivered. It looks like you try to separate yourself from Cruise Promo, but you cannot lure people in with the cruise, and then disassociate yourself from them. You are really evil people. Barry G

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