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Regional Travel Services
350 N. Sandhill Rd. #216, Mesquite, NV 89027
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The Bureau has sent complaints to Regional Travel Services to the address of 350 N. Sandhill Rd. #216. Any complaints sent to the address comes back from the Post Office as "Return to Sender Addressee Moved Left No Forwarding". The Bureau is unable to find any other address for the company.
Consumers allege, the company contacts them by phone to award them a vacation package and/or a $1000 shopping spree. The company asks the consumers for their checking account number and routing number to cover the cost of delivery. Once the account information is given, the company charges hundreds of dollars to the consumers checking account.
In certain instances, the consumer hesitated in giving them their account information, at which time the company states that their bank is federally insured so they would receive a refund through their bank if any fraudulent charges were to occur.
Some banks have been willing to refund the charges. However, in most situations involving consumers who willingly give a company their account information, regardless of whether the amount was authorized or not, the bank is unable to refund the money to the account.BBB file opened: 10/17/2005
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