Network Vacations Peoria Arizona Review

If any one calls saying they are Vacation Networks and you have won a free vacation it is a scam. They want to meet you alone. The reason they say it is for free is that after you go on there free trip you can tell all your family friends how great this company is. They have been calling me everynight for the last month. On caller ID the name comes up as Orientail Hub. They all have forein accents. I just hope they quit calling me. I don’t understand why people would actually belevieve them. I see from this site that they are scaming people everywhere. Why would people fall for this. nHedi nMousey7922nPeoria, ArizonaU.S.A.

9449 N 90th Street Suite 100 Scottsdale, Arizona U.S.A.


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