Travel center promotion
Asked by: kmouse-ga
List Price: $4.00
20 Jun 2002 06:16 PDT
Expires: 27 Jun 2002 06:16 PDT
Question ID: 29706
What is the rest of the following phone number for Direct Reservation Centers 1-800-370-? This number was left on my answering machine, but the gentleman got cut off before he was finished giving the number. Thank you.
Re: Travel center promotion
Answered By: netcrazy-ga on 20 Jun 2002 08:41 PDT
Hi, Thank you for using Google. With the information you've given, it is indeed a tough question having many answers. I've tried to list many travel agencies starting with the 1-800-370 number. You can confirm by calling them to find the correct info. If you come across with any other information related to this, do let me know. I can then filter the data more accurately. Here are the travel agencies having that 1-800-370 number. Hewins Carlson Wagonlit Travel Agency - 1 (800) 370-3008 http://www.bowdoin.edu/alumni/faq.shtml Trek Tours, Ltd. 128 Main Street Westerly, RI 02891 USA Tel: 401/596-0357 Toll free: 800-370-0357 http://www.trektours.com/who_we_are.htm Arkansas Valley Adventures 40671 Highway 24 North, Buena Vista, CO, 1-800-370-0581 Disney Cruise Line 1-800-370-0097 http://www.knoxnews.com/kns/cruises/article/0,1406,KNS_663_818367,00.html Alliance Member Richmond Metropolitan Convention & Visitors Bureau Dorothy M. Anderson, CTIS, Tourism Sales Manager 401 North 3rd Street Richmond, VA 23219 804-783-7409 (Dorothy's Direct Dial) 800-370-9004 Phone 804-780-2577 FAX Hewins Carlson Wagonlit Travel M-F (8:00 AM - 5:00 PM) 753 Stillwater Avenue Bangor, Maine 04401 (800) 370-0777 Search Terms 800-370 travel reservation: ://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=&q=800-370+travel+reservation&btnG=Google+Search 800-370 number for Travel Direct Reservation Center: ://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=&q=800-370+number+for+Travel+Direct+Reservation+Center I hope you'll get your number by calling them. Do let me know if it worked out. Also, if it didn't, then please provide me some more info to help you more precisely. Feel free to ask for any clarification. Regards, netcrazy
Re: Travel center promotion
From: sneekie-ga on 21 Jun 2002 05:05 PDT
kmouse, Washingtonpost.com Talk About Travel at http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/liveonline/02/travel/040102.htm ran the following: Hoboken, N.J.: Fraud alert, or really good deal? I just got a message on my answering machine from Mike Evans from "Direct Reservation Centers," saying that they've randomly selected me to "celebrate Disney's 100th anniversary" with a four-day, three-night vacation stay at a Ramada near Disneyworld along with two day passes for Disneyworld. Also there will be a three-day two-night stay in Ft. Lauderdale. They say it is $99 per person and is good for only 24 hours. Should I run as fast as I can in the other direction, or do you know of Disney handing things like this out? Thanks. The Flight Crew: Sottili here: If it's too good to be true.....The American Society of Travel Agents has this to say about these so-called "deals" - "If you've been offered a great bargain on a cruise or resort vacation, but you can't seem to get all the details about it unless you pay the company, you may be dealing with a travel scam. Typically, scam operators won't give you full and complete information in writing until after you've given them a credit card number, certified check or money order. Once you do get further information, there will be restrictions and conditions which make it more expensive, and even impossible, to take your trip." Could this be the same "Direct Reservation Centers"? Take it easy, sneekie
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