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Global Vacation Network

Global Vacation Network

(727) 572-1601

Global Vacation Network

18 years in business

3519 Alt 19
Palm Harbor, FL 34683-1416

BBB File Opened: 6/27/2000
Business Started: 11/12/1998
Type of Entity
Contact Information
  • Mr. Terry Diegel, President/CEO
  • Mr Andrew Lyon, Executive VP Customer Service
  • Mr. Thomas A. Pott, Member Services Director
Business Category
  • Travel Agencies & Bureaus
Products & Services
This business conducts sales presentations of a private travel membership program that provides members accommodations and travel services.
Alternate Business Names
  • GVN Florida, Inc.
  • GVN Rewards
  • GVN
  • Anson Research, Inc.
  • Preferred Client Services
  • Preferred Access
  • Preferred Access Network
  • Preferred Access Corporation

Licensing, Bonding or Registration:  This business is in an industry that may require professional licensing, bonding or registration. BBB encourages you to check with the appropriate agency to be certain any requirements are currently being met.

Number of Employees:  11


Government Action

ILLINOIS: On September 8, 2014, the Illinois Attorney General filed a lawsuit against GVN Illinois, Inc. (an Illinois location for Global Vacation Network); Global ... Read More

Government Action

COLUMBUS, Ohio; On October 8, 2014 the Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine filed a lawsuit against GVN Michigan Inc., which does business as Global Vacation Network, a... Read More

Pattern of Complaints

In December 2015, BBB contacted Global Vacation Network, requesting information regarding recent complaints filed by customers alleging misleading mailings regarding... Read More


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Global Vacation Network


Global Vacation Network

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