Chicago, Illinois
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12/13/10 My husband opened a letter with no return address.Inside was a letter from US Airlines Fly the US Skies stating that he had qualified for an award of 2 round trip airline tickets,up to $1400.oo anywhere in the continental U.S.

That they had tried to contact him several times without success, this was their last attempt. Call 1-866-995-9308. Of Course it was signed by none other than VP Barbara Dion. BT-55797 was at the bottom.

BEWARE!after researching online this is a scam.Please don't fall for this.

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Dannae
#823774

Also received this in the mail.The phone number is 855-630-9184 on mine.

Not bothering to call it.

Have seen too many entries online about this being a scam.Beware!

dave
#823001

Same issue, different phone number. I wish there was something meaningful that could be done besides stating online that phone number 1-754-206-3258 and routing number 431223318876 acc number 223112446677 is a damnable spammer

No-Way
San Diego, California, United States #706136

Got one in the mail today, 8/15/2013.Same thing: Call Immediately 1-877-379-7752...

voucher value $1,199.00. Looks very realistic. Fly the US Skies.

USA Airlines...

Don't be suckered!

***ka
Los Angeles, California, United States #691598

I deposited the check without calling, and now I'm RICH!

Melissa
Laguna Beach, California, United States #659835

Just got one today!They sure make it look like you could just deposit that check at the bank!

Thank you all who have posted here! It is Amazing EVERYONE who gets one doesn't check and see if it is a scam before proceeding!

I guess sitting through one timeshare presentation in your life will make you stay away from any free offers of trips or vacations ever...they are worse than car salesmen and you stick with it because you want your "prize", which ma or may not be given out.If it's too good to be true than it IS too good to be true.

Big Daddy Z
#659613

This is for a Timeshare presentation.On the back of the check it mentions a "90 minute travel presentation" which will not be anywhere near 90 minutes, they will drive you insane with the hard sell.

My guess is they'll force you to stay at one of their properties and charge you for it, which is how they recoup their money and then will take every opportunity to SELL SELL SELL you a timeshare or something else you don't want for an exorbitant amount of money.You probably will get the free flight, after you pay all the taxes and fees, so it'll be slightly cheaper than a flight you could book online, but it won't be a fun trip!

Gotonetoo
Murrieta, California, United States #648530

NOTICE it says USA Airlines - there is no such thing! If I were US Airlines I'd be pretty mad at these folks.

blackeyesblackhairs
Collinsville, Illinois, United States #648422

the check looks real...it this scram or what?check amount $1199.00 why the *** they would do something like this....what happen if i cash in?

do i get in trouble?so i report to police?

OldBlueEyes
Lehigh Acres, Florida, United States #631799

This is my Lucky Day.

Two tickets worth $1350 to US Airlines.

I won the lotto in Ireland and some dead guy in Nigeria left me 50,000,000 bucks. Whoo Whoo

Gottoknow
San Diego, California, United States #631049

OK- Got the same letter, $1199.00...Knowing it is a scam, what is the scam part.Data mining?

lecture participation?

buy something to validate?Or call # and be charged for phone call?

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