Vacation Strategy post on 11/29

Discussion in 'Orlando Hotels and Attractions' started by AmyC2010, Dec 6, 2012.

  1. AmyC2010

    AmyC2010 Earning My Ears

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    Here is my credit card statement and I paid the deposit have confirmation and no monies returned and no reservation so please tell me what I am not understanding

    11/28/2012 VACATION STRATEGY LLC
    WINDERMERE
    Purchase Date: 11/28/12Category: Hotels/Motels -$150.00
     
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  3. mrsksomeday

    mrsksomeday My Prince uses a power wheelchair!

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    I sent you a PM
     
  4. AmyC2010

    AmyC2010 Earning My Ears

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    Thank you
     
  5. ibob52

    ibob52 Original Mickey Mouse Club ... Mouseketeer

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    For the Love of All Things Disney

    Please ... Let this Family Go and Have A Wonderful Vacation


    *vacation planning is an art ... developed over time*
     
  6. Mysteria

    Mysteria I guess the tag fairies wings were clipped.

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    Enough already! :rolleyes: Someone please make this stop.
     
  7. nilseks

    nilseks DIS Veteran

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    Truly, an admin needs to step in and remove this. This person is clearly confused--she has posted so many inconsistencies. And now it's 'she got the money back, she didn't get the money back...'

    As a small business owner, I would be absolutely crushed if someone was messing with my business like this.
     
  8. HippieChickadee

    HippieChickadee Mouseketeer

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    maybe your credit card company held the amount that was going to be charged, but it wasn't.

    I have had that happen...

    When I was on a Disney cruise, they charged my card for something (I can't remember now it's been so long) but I called the cruise line when I got home and they said that was just a hold it didn't actually go through and my account should reflect that in a few days.

    Didn't understand completely but watched my CC statement like a hawk those few days and sure enough, it was gone. It never actually happened. The credit card saw that it was there to go through, waits on it, and then it never is processed so it's gone.
     
  9. shalom

    shalom DIS Veteran

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    That's what I was thinking as well. Whatever's going on, the OP's money is not in any danger. According to VS's policies as stated on their website, and according to the personal statement of the owner, she shouldn't be charged, so it's not even really a dispute the CC company needs to resolve, just a matter of processing.

    And if she doesn't get her money back, she needs to take it up with whatever she thinks rules the universe, because clearly some power much greater than Vacation Strategy is out to get her. ;)
     
  10. JimMIA

    JimMIA A little Miami humor...

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    That's what the little exclamation point icon is for at the bottom left of each post -- to report junk like this to the mods.

    It's a fine line for the mods -- on the one hand, they want to foster free and open discussion of various points of view; on the other, you have to have some sensible rules about what is allowed and what is not.

    There is also a point where a dead horse is just being beaten into a pile of mush. IMHO, both of these threads have exceeded that standard -- there is nothing new being said in either thread.

    But if there are no complaints for the mods to deal with, stuff like these two threads goes unnoticed.
     
  11. Brian Noble

    Brian Noble His Curmudgeonly Highness

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    I know quite a few people with small-to-medium timeshare rental businesses. I toyed with the idea of starting one myself. But, after speaking with a few of them, "customers" like this are more common than you'd think, and I decided that discretion was the better part of valor.
     

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