800-813-6994
anonymous
anonymous
2013-08-25 04:47:58
Unknown
yes that company is a scam. all moneys that are received are deposited into the owners bank account. there are no gifts. so u are correct.
anonymous
anonymous
2013-08-25 04:45:18
Unknown
the reason they ask you those questions for they are weeding out the potential buyers. They want people to come come that are going to buy right on the spot. The phone number is hooked up to a computer that dispatches out to the telemarketer that will answer the call. so you will never get the same person. sometimes the telemarketers are frustrated and they hang up. yes it is something you shouldnt attend. it is a scam and a waste of time.
anonymous
anonymous
2013-08-25 04:39:25
Unknown
Leslie Lenel is a sweet individual who has been bamboozled by this con artist. She whole heartedly works for him and is loyal to him. blindly i must add. now he is on the word network and is acquiring more money through sending your" love gift" he asks. In tern he sends you a bottle of oil that he has personally prayed over.  there are may players in this situation that do not have a cllue of what is seriously happening. yes you are correct with all the companies you are naming. Leslie Lenel is innocent in this situation. Look at the main leader of this . That is Pierre Bennett.
WetToes
WetToes
2013-04-15 10:25:29
Unknown
I know I'm late to the party but I just received a postcard offering an Android, Courtesy of DirectBuy of Columbia, Md.
I have no intention of calling the 980-3442 or 979-3028 #'s.


Punisher - Why fault Carnival or US airlines (?) ?
James
James
2012-09-22 17:21:24
Unknown
Got the post card and the priceline.com and Alamo logo are used making it seem real.  The new phone number is 855-829-6168 but still uses the West Palm Beach FL Permit 3850.  I wonmder if that permit is real and if they actually pay for this mail?  US Postal service should investigate as well as the company logos being used.  On the post card is a photo of a jet in the clouds but not logo or identification of the airline .... good try ... Obama is alrady taking tooo much of our money, you can't scam me !!!

Should anyone want to call these guys, RECORD the call and tell them.  They won't want to talk to you and will hang up.
frequent.cruise.islander
frequent.cruise.islander
2012-08-03 20:05:52
Unknown
we never received a call, just a pretty postcard that smell like a scam.

Someone said that the photo on their card was of the "Carnival Dream. "
My post card says, "Caribbean Dream" on the hull.
We've been on the Carnival Dream., and our photo post card isn't of a Carnival ship.
I thought it looked familiar though, so I checked.
Sure enough, it actually is a Celebrity ship;
it's the Celebrity Solstice. This is a relatively new ship and I am sure it is still sailing under the Celebrity flag. Here is a "photo of the Solstice", and
it sure looks like my post card , exactly!!

"photo of the Solstice"  "not" the ....Caribbean Dream
http://www.cruisefinder.com.au/util/image.jsp?l=1424
Ted
Ted
2012-06-06 21:30:54
Unknown
The perfect vacation source

changed its name from



Deceptive Presentation
They are back in business once agin under a new name DM solutions same owner and bad business, , , , , , , , Beware. I have also confirmed that Pastor Bennett is the President and Executive Director of LifeSource Foundation, Inc. which is stated to be based in the State of Virginia (SCC ID: 06310353) and formed February 4, 2005. In addition, God's Luv International Ministries, Inc. was formed by Pastor Bennett in the State of Virginia (SCC ID: 07312200) on December 15, 2010. The principal address of these entities is 2427 Cabots Point Land, Reston, Virginia 20191.

The website for LifeSource Foundation indicates that their contact information is LifeSource Foundation, Inc., 12138 Central Avenue 664, Mitchellville, MD 20721, 703-956-5066, info@lifesourcefoundation.org, Pierre@lifesourcefoundation.org, pierrebennett1@Yahoo.com.

The website for God's Luv International Ministries Church indicates that their contact information is Lake Anne Village Center, 1609-A Washington Plaza N., Reston, Virginia 20190, 703-395-1430 goDSLuvinternationalministries@Yahoo.com

Ms. Lenel?s and Divine Getaways contact information is Divine Getaways, 12020 Sunrise Valley Drive, Suite 100, Reston, Virginia 20191, 703-476-2286 (office), Traderbaby@Yahoo.com

On October 3, 2011 I filed a complaint with the Internal Revenue Service to seek appropriate steps related to these entities seeking civil and criminal remedies.

The actions of these entities are clear evidence that these entities appear to have conspired and conducted fraud resulting in direct damages to me and other.

As one reviews the Internet, it appears that this scam is being conducted all over the United States and that there are hundreds, if not thousands of people that are being misled and taken advantage of. They are continuing to conduct business in California and in the States of Florida, Virginia, Maryland and Washington, D. C. without any enforcement of State and Federal laws, rules and regulations. Their conduct is continuing the perpetration of fraudulent business practices on others, thereby causing damages in the tens of millions of now under new name of DM solutions working out of the holiday inn in Georgetown Washington Dc
randall
randall
2012-02-22 00:53:32
Unknown
as a police officer who regularly deals with people who have been scammed in various ways i say...if it is too good to be true...dont do it...the chance of getting any money back is very very slim
How to Report Suspicious Mail
How to Report Suspicious Mail
2012-02-08 13:42:32
Unknown
Just a follow-up. Here is the message that the US postal service gives when you report suspected fraud on their website:

"Thank you for completing this form. The information you provided will be entered into our national complaint system.

"The U.S. Postal Inspection Service gathers data on mail-related crime to determine whether a violation has occurred. While we can't guarantee that we can recover lost money or items, your information can help alert Inspectors to problem areas and possibly prevent other people from being victimized.

"U.S. Postal Inspectors base their investigations on the number, substance, and pattern of complaints received from the public. We ask you to keep all original documents related to your complaint. We will contact you ONLY if more information is needed."

So, as you can see, the more complaints that come in, the more likely something will be investigared. Please take responsibility and report. Only write facts and keep opinions out of it. Yes, it is upsetting but the facts will reveal any fraud. If there is none found, well nobody gets hurt. But if there turns out to be, not reporting can get many people hurt.

Once again, the link to make a report is: https://postalinspectors.uspis.gov/forms/mailfraudcomplaint.aspx

When checking off type of fraud, I believe "Prize/Sweepstakes" fits the best.
How to Report Suspicious Mail
How to Report Suspicious Mail
2012-02-08 13:42:00
Unknown
Hello all. I didn't go so far as to send any money or even attend the presentation. I was suspicious the minute I saw them using company trademarks that did not belong to them. I called and gave them the reservation number. They asked me their "qualifying questions". They said that their "client" was looking for a certain demographic. You needed to be either married or a single female, have a major credit card that is not a debit card and be between 35 and 70 years old. They said it was a new company in a local town to here (NY state) called Members Way and they were a sort of travel club. Immediately when I showed skepticism, the guy suddenly told me that he saw the callendar was booked and there were no more scheduled presentations available.

Anyway, I have always been frustrated because these companies are so slippery, and they take advantage of the fact that most people don't know what or where to report. Since the 855 number people won't reveal their identity and they seem like a third party, it seems difficult to do anything about it. Well they may not have used a return address but they (or the company that does their mailings) certainly does have a mailing permit number. Mine says PERMIT 3950. Check yours to be sure. One thing I know is that the US takes mail fraud very seriously. I don't know if one complaint will do anything but if many start coming in, at least these permits will get flagged. This was, even if it is a mailing company, the mailing company can get enough heat to give up their source. Advertising fraud may seem like a grey area but when you involve the postal service, you are talking aboiut serious offenses. Go to this link to report it: https://postalinspectors.uspis.gov/forms/mailfraudcomplaint.aspx

I urge all of you to make a report. If it is a false representation and it is mail, it's fraud. Enough reports will get these guys nailed.

If you are confused about what may be falsely represented, consider no return address, an unnamed company representing another company (the place where you go for the presentation) which when looked up or googled does not seem to exist.

There is no harm in reporting something suspicious so, even if someone urges you not to and says something is legit, iif this company has nothing to hide, then a report shouldn't matter, right? Think about it and make your reports no matter what. An investigation will prove innocence OR guilt. Why take a chance if you aren't sure. Good luck.
amquietone
amquietone
2012-01-30 21:03:18
Unknown
Got postcard today...the have a new offering and phone number from west palm beach, permit 3950.
Our Promotional Department shows that you have been awarded a New E-pad Touchpad Tablet complete with Android software OR a New Laptop/Netbook Computer complete with software!
new number is 877-589-8491
internet searcher
internet searcher
2012-01-04 19:13:39
Telemarketer
Adding to 10/6/11 post:

Life Source Foundation Inc.  Per Guidestar who provides information on not for profits

"This organization's exempt status was automatically revoked by the IRS for failure to file a Form 990, 990-EZ, 990-N, or 990-PF for 3 consecutive years. Further investigation and due diligence are warranted."

God's Luv... not a registered not for profit

Leslie D Lenel from MD Judiciary (drives a 2004 jag)

Defendant Name:LENEL, LESLIE DIANE
Address:12213 SUGAR MAPLE DRIVE
City:    HERNDONState:VAZip Code:20170
Race:WHITE,CAUCASIAN,ASIATIC INDIAN,ARAB
Sex:FHeight:506
DOB:05/1949

House:
Beds:     4
Baths:     2.5
Sqft:     2,790
Lot:     20,045 sq ft / 0.46 acres
Type:     Single Family
Year built:     1984
Last sold:     May 30 2001 for $500,000

No info on Pierre Bennett except of his own making
Fraud Victim
Fraud Victim
2011-11-26 18:01:45
Prank Call
It's a big fraud - they scammed me for hundreds of dollars and I received nothing!

Report it to the Attorney General's office.
You Know Who Elaine
You Know Who Elaine
2011-11-07 16:52:56
Unknown
In an earlier posting on Nov. 4, I wrote about a similar scam involving a free Android tablet and software similar to the scam offers I had received from travel providers.  Some differences include the offer had a real stamp instead of metered postage, and on the back was printed CP  PO Box 20389 West Palm Beach FL 33416.  

Last week when I googled the number 8554634976, the first item on the search engine was
BackOrder Number Options for 885-GOD-HYPOP(855-463-4976) l C...
https://freenumberstoll.com/options.../8554634976/god.../Hypopnea

When clicked on, an Alert and warning came up concerning a certificate security problem , so I did not try to access the site.

A day or two later, googling the number comes up with my posts, but the Back Order Number Options for 855-GOD-HYPOP search resullt has strangely disappeared. The number and my posts only come up on Google, not Yahoo or Bing.

I did notice that the URL had https instead of http---is that an indication of a phony URL?

Is it illegal for someone to manipulate Google's Search Engine in order to try to scare or threaten a person-In other words to plant an item, and then have it disappear when the person decides to write about it?  
Where's the FBI when you need them?
You Know Who
You Know Who
2011-11-04 16:51:31
Unknown
On April 20 and April 28, 2010, I wrote of my mailings from this scam of a business on this site using the name "You Know Who".   On 800notes today under the phone number 855-463-4976 I wrote of a new card that may be related to these earlier scams.  This one offers a new Android tablet with android software.The offer #2689 sponsored by DirectBuy of Columbia.   When you google the phone # it comes up with
BackOrder Number Options for 855-GOD-HYPOP (see my  855-463-4976 posting on this site-Elaine)

 Is it possible this is related to God'sLuv International Ministries and The LifeSource Foundation since my family and I seem to have been on their list for years?   I believe our address and phone numbers were given to various scam operations and collection agencies for harassment purposes by people from a fan club of nutmates that I foolishly belonged to 5 years ago.  Many of them possess  a cult-like mentality and would do anything their "god" asked them to do, even if it was illegal.
Randall
Randall
2011-10-20 03:06:24
Fax Machine
Celebrity Productions of Woodbridge, VA is all but out of business. It now operates the travel center. Anyone having business with them should demand an IMMEDIATE refund
Pete
Pete
2011-10-11 22:30:40
Telemarketer
Divine Getaways

Do not, do not, do not sign on with this company. My husband and I went to their presentation today, in Greenville SC. We fell for it and wrote a check for over $4,000. We also signed an agreement that allowed them to automatically collect the $319 annual fee on a credit card draft in 30 days. We came home, started doing some research and decided to back out. Only....when we started looking at our credit card online statements...the company had ALREADY drafted our credit card for the total $4000 amount to a different company called paradise something and now the new name Packaged vacations .
Package vacations LLc , package vacations Reston Va.  

Another thing that really bothered us is that the presentation was not very professional, no name tags, no business cards, no stationary. When we asked for business cards, we were told that they were on order. Lesson learned....too good to be true.


Aka packaged vacations
Steve Terry
Steve Terry
2011-10-11 02:44:10
Telemarketer
Package vacations Reston Va. aka  Divine Getaways    Aka ,paradise escapes ,Package Vacations LLC

Do not, do not, do not sign on with this company. My husband and I went to their presentation today, in Greenville SC. We fell for it and wrote a check for over $4,000. We also signed an agreement that allowed them to automatically collect the $319 annual fee on a credit card draft in 30 days. We came home, started doing some research and decided to back out. Only....when we started looking at our credit card online statements...the company had ALREADY drafted our credit card for the total $4000 amount to a different company called paradise something.

Another thing that really bothered us is that the presentation was not very professional, no name tags, no business cards, no stationary. When we asked for business cards, we were told that they were on order. Lesson learned....too good to be true.
bill
bill
2011-10-10 14:56:42
Telemarketer
Divine Getaways scam, traveling sales men trying to sell bogus, expensive, discount package , Internet
17th of May, 2011 by User569108
This company sent me a "free" 7 night cruise and 2 airline tickets offer if I attended a presentation. Sounded simple. They said all I had to do was pay the taxes and port fees. It sounded to good to be true! Well it was. I went to their seminar in the Embassy Suites Hotel in Santa Ana. It was a good presentation. For a little over $5,000 you got the capability to have the costs of vacation packages at wholesale prices. They gave many examples of what it would cost through Expedia and other websites vs. going through Divine Getaway. The packages were half the cost of what you could get otherwise. It sounded great! Problem was that when you sat down to close the deal with their aggressive sales person, you couldn't think about it and sign up later. I really wish I brought my laptop with me so I could research it before I purchased it. I went ahead and purchased it because it was a great offer. You could get this deal for life and you could sign up 4 family members to use it as well. I made sure however that I could cancel later. They did have a 3 day cancellation policy. The stupid thing was that you couldn't actually see this product or use it until 7 days later. Smart of them! I'm sure most people don't cancel until they receive their online account after 7 days, which is past their cancellation period. If they were so legit, wouldn't you think they would want you to have full access before the cancellation period to see if it really was a good thing for you and your family?? Only a scammer would do it this way! That night after paying $5,200 they handed me my vouchers to get my "free" cruise and airline tickets. I read in small print that you had to pay additional fees just to activate it. I read online that night that people sent in their money but yet never got their trip. They lost over $200 in fees. I never sent mine in. It was all a scam. I also learned that Divine Getaways is a new company (only about 15 days old per their manager) and that the same people keep closing one company and opening up another under a different name. Some who paid all of that money was not able to use the product because of them closing their doors along with other problems. After reading all of the reviews, immediately I sent my cancellation letter and binder via UPS so I would have proof of the cancellation. After they received my package, they had the nerve to still charge my card in the full amount. I sent them e-mails as well as called them. I left messages. Nobody called me back. I had to go through my credit card company to file a dispute. Luckily I have all of my documentation so Divine Getaways will never be able to argue with them and validate the charge. I did finally get a response back from a manager. He was verbally abusive and very unprofessional. I printed them all out in case of needing them for future reference with my credit card company. If you get this postcard in the mail, throw it away!!! It is all a scam. I am sure some people were not as stupid as me to fall for it in the first place without being able to research it before spending that type of money. But I'm sure there are a some people out there who didn't read that small print about the 3 day cancellation and waited for their account to activate after 7 days to try it. If there weren't, they wouldn't keep spending all this money on the hotel banquet rooms and having employees do these presentations throughout the U.S. Divine Getaways will soon close I'm sure and once again they will open up under a new name. I wish the government could step in to really see who has gotten cheated and close them down for good!!


Packaged vacations   New name that they are using across the united states
Marshall-of-Calif
Marshall-of-Calif
2011-10-06 02:40:16
Unknown
On August 5, 2011, I file formal complaints with the Attorney Generals of the States of California, Florida, Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia and the U.S. Postal Service Investigations-Fraud unit against Divine Getaways, Reservations Services International, Celebrity Productions LLC, Passport To Travel, Fun Time Vacations, Royal Caribbean International, Celebrity Cruises and Carnival Cruise Corporation.

The formal investigation were sought to identify what appears to be a joint conspiracy and fraud perpetrated by these entities with regards to the business practices of conducting vacation membership clubs and which appear to be a scam.  I alleged that each of these entities played a specific role in the perpetration of the scam which has resulted in tens of thousands of purchasers paying tens of millions of dollars for services and products which these entities after signing agreements have failed to fulfill.  I sought an investigation for the purpose of having the States take specific actions resulting in injunctions against these entities from conducting such business practices and to further pursue legal complaints against these entities as individuals and companies, as applicable.

In March 2011, I received a complimentary promotion card sent to me in a mass mailing through the U.S. Mail in Southern California.  It invited me to a promotion presentation of Divine Getaways, a vacation membership club business.   Apparently, they had set up a permanent office in one of the local hotel banquet rooms and were using a private drop-off post office box as the business address.

The promotional card provided that the entities sending the card were Carnival Cruise Corporation and US Airways.  It provided that a ?Complimentary 8-Day/7-Night Cruise for 2 with an outside cabin, leaving from any major port in the U.S.?  had been awarded to me as a complimentary gift by simply calling a toll free telephone number and attending a presentation whether or not I purchased the vacation membership club package.  The card also indicated ?This is not a timeshare or land sale offer?.  The promotional card had the official logo of Carnival Cruise Corporation and US Airways imprinted on it and a picture of a Carnival ship.

I returned a telephone call and was advised that this required me to participate in a 90-minute presentation conducted by Divine Getaways.  Before attended the presentation, I investigated as to whether or not this company was a reputable vacation membership club business and travel seller authorized to transaction business in the State of California.  I contacted the State of California Office of the Attorney General and was advised that Divine Getaways was registered with the State (Registration #2104377) and that the registration expired March 14, 2012.  

I recently called the 800 number on the promotional card and was advised that the same program had relocated from its original location and was now being offered under the name ?Package Vacation? at a different hotel.

On March 16, 2011, I attended the 90-minute presentation. During the presentation it was represented that Divine Getaways was the legal representative and affiliated with Royal Caribbean International, Celebrity Cruises, and Carnival Cruise Corporation, and Reservation Services International.  The vacation membership club was offered at a one-time $8,995.00 membership fee and an annual fee of $149.00, and contained certain terms, conditions, limitations and restrictions.  Based on the presentation, representations and negotiations of the terms and conditions, I purchased the membership package for $2,995.00 and paid the first year?s annual fee of $149.00.  After signing all of the documents, I was provided with the ?certificate? that would allow me to receive the complimentary and ?free? cruise.

In order to receive the free cruise, I was required to mail in a ?cruise certification card? to Celebrity Productions LLC in Woodbridge Virginia with a fee of $98.00 payable to Celebrity Productions LLC as the ?Vacation Activation? fee.  The certificate provided ?Upon receipt a reservation forms would be provided within 15-days.  The certificate also stated ?When you receive your reservation form, you will be responsible to pay your taxes, all services charges, fuel charges, additional security fees due to 911, which will range from $179 to 259 per person, depending on the destination?.  The signed certificate and $98.00 was mailed on March 19, 2011 to Celebrity Production LLC.  The certificate indicated that the cruise would be on a major cruise line such as Royal Caribbean, Celebrity and Norwegian Cruises.

In addition, a second certificate for two round trip airfares was sent to Celebrity Production LLC with a required fee of $70.00.  This certificate also had a provision that stated ?When you travel you will be responsible to pay your taxes, all service charges, fuel surcharges, additional security and surcharges due to 911 which may range between $50.00 to $65.00 per person?.

I then received from another company, Fun Time Vacation located in Clarksburg Maryland, a "vacation voucher? card which set forth the ?Cruise Vacation Details?.  In addition, to the card stating the details of the vacations and cruises, it had the logos of Carnival Cruise Corporation, Royal Caribbean, Caribbean Cruise Line and Discover Cruise Lines printed on the card.  It was represented that Fun Time Vacation was a legal arm of these companies.  Further, the card indicated that in order to register for the free cruise, the vacation voucher had to be registered and that ?Travelers are responsible for $29.00 registration fee, government taxes, and cruise fees starting at $59.00 and up depending on length of the vacation.  A small fuel charge may apply during peak season?.  It also stated "There is a $50.00 per person processing fee require by Carnival/Royal Caribbean cruises only?.  Finally, the voucher stated ?Celebrity Productions LLC (stamped on the voucher) is not responsible for the fulfillment of these reservations.  Fulfillment is the sole responsibility of Fun Time Vacation?.

In order to receive the reservation, on March 13, 2011 a credit card charge of $58.00 and on March 19, 2011 a credit card charge of $100 was processed by Fun Time Vacation in order to receive the reservation.

On or about April 22, 2011, I received a U.S. Mail certified envelop that contained the ?Registration Validation Form? as a brochure from Passport To Travel located in Tamp, Florida, now a third company in the process as I was trying to secure the free trip.   It provided that the Registration Validation Form be completed and mailed to Passport To Travel with a fee of $75.00 as the ?cruise deposit?, and that the participating sponsor was Fun Time Vacation.  The Registration Validation Form was issued on April 26, 2011.

At this point, it appeared that in addition to Divine Getaways receiving the initial vacation membership club fees, that three separate and distinct companies, Celebrity Productions LLC, Fun Time Vacations, and Passport To Travel had intervened and had sought and received fees for the processing of three different documents to simply get to the point of being able to make a reservation.  I had already spent $326.00 ($98.00 to Celebrity Productions, $70.00 to Celebrity Productions, $100.00 to Fun Tim Vacation and $58.00 to Fun Time Vacation).   I chose to pay no further fees to Passport To Travel.  After considerable chaos, emails going back and forth, and the threat of litigation, I requested refunds of the prior amounts.  On April 13, 2011, I received a refund from Fun Time Vacations in the amount of $58.00.  On April 22, 2011, I revived a refund from Fun Time Vacation in the amount of $100.00.  On May 13, 2011, I received a refund from Celebrity Productions LLC in the amount of $98.00 and then $70.00.  I never received a refund from Divine Getaways or any of the services which were provided for in the Vacation Club Membership I purchased.

Throughout this ordeal that began in March 2011, a Ms. Leslie Lenel, Director of Administration for Divine Getaways had consistently represented in emails and telephone calls that she would resolve this matter and arrange for the cruise reservation.  She failed to follow through on any of her commitments.  

I now understand that there is a parent entity by the name of Global Holidays, Inc. also involved.  Additionally, I have determined that there are other entities involved in this matter including LifeSource Foundation, Inc. and God's Luv International Ministries Church.  I have also determined that the lead person involved in the religious and vacation club membership entities is a Pastor Pierre Bennett.  Pastor Bennett is the President and founder of LifeSource Foundation, Inc. and is the creator of God?s Luv International Ministry, both of which are non-profit religious institutions that are promoted to be philanthropic and faith based.

In addition to Pastor Pierre Bennett being affiliated with all of these entities, it is shown on the LifeSource Foundation website that Ms. Leslie Lenel is a member of the Board of Directors of LifeSource Foundation, Inc. and the direct contact person for Pastor Bennett and these entities as the Administrative Director of Divine Getaways and the other travel companies.  In addition, her husband is a member of the Advisory Board of LifeSource Foundation, Inc.

There are tens of thousands of individuals in States throughout the nation which are victims of the vacation club membership scheme that is being implemented by Pastor Bennett and Ms. Lenel through either LifeSource Foundation, Inc., God?s Luv International Ministry, Global Holidays, Inc. and the various other affiliated entities.

Other companies related to Pastor Bennett include Paradise Escapes, Inc. also doing business as Divine Getaways, Packaged Vacations and Fantasy Vacations, and Package Vacations, LLC, and Global Holidays, Inc.  As it becomes publically known what the schemes are that are being offered by these entities, they relocate to other geographic locations to re-establish business activity using the same tactics.  They most often establish temporary business offices in hotel conference rooms to conduct their activities and implement their schemes.  They avoid establishing permanent business locations where they are conducting their business.

In Johnson County, Olathe, Kansas, the District Attorney in August 2011 filed a temporary restraining order against the vacation companies Paradise Escapes, Inc., also doing business under the names Divine Getaways, Packaged Vacations and Fantasy Vacations.  Similar actions are being initiated in other states, while some states have not pursued this due to not having received adequate complaints to date to begin an investigation and not having conducted the required investigations.

I have confirmed that Pastor Bennett is the founder and president of Global Holidays, Inc., a travel and marketing company which is stated to be based in Vienna, Virginia.  Global Holidays, Inc. is a corporation formed in the State of Virginia (SCC ID: 06418552) July 22, 2005.  Their address is 12020 Sunrise Valley Road, Suite 100, Reston, Virginia 20191.

I have also confirmed that Pastor Bennett is the President and Executive Director of LifeSource Foundation, Inc. which is stated to be based in the State of Virginia (SCC ID: 06310353) and formed February 4, 2005.  In addition, God's Luv International Ministries, Inc. was formed by Pastor Bennett in the State of Virginia (SCC ID:  07312200) on December 15, 2010. The principal address of these entities is 2427 Cabots Point Land, Reston, Virginia 20191.

The website for LifeSource Foundation indicates that their contact information is LifeSource Foundation, Inc., 12138 Central Avenue 664, Mitchellville, MD 20721, 703-956-5066, info@lifesourcefoundation.org, Pierre@lifesourcefoundation.org, pierrebennett1@yahoo.com.

The website for God's Luv International Ministries Church indicates that their contact information is Lake Anne Village Center, 1609-A Washington Plaza N., Reston, Virginia  20190, 703-395-1430 godsluvinternationalministries@yahoo.com

Ms. Lenel?s and Divine Getaways contact information is Divine Getaways, 12020 Sunrise Valley Drive, Suite 100, Reston, Virginia 20191, 703-476-2286 (office), Traderbaby@yahoo.com

On October 3, 2011 I filed a complaint with the Internal Revenue Service to seek appropriate steps related to these entities seeking civil and criminal remedies.

The actions of these entities are clear evidence that these entities appear to have conspired and conducted fraud resulting in direct damages to me and other.

As one reviews the Internet, it appears that this scam is being conducted all over the United States and that there are hundreds, if not thousands of people that are being misled and taken advantage of.  They are continuing to conduct business in California and in the States of Florida, Virginia, Maryland and Washington, D.C. without any enforcement of State and Federal laws, rules and regulations.  Their conduct is continuing the perpetration of fraudulent business practices on others, thereby causing damages in the tens of millions of dollars.
Bill Lockport
Bill Lockport
2011-09-20 03:50:29
Unknown
Packaged vacations Llc


So how many cruises/ vacations have you taken if you've only been a member for 5 months. Are you possibly associated with Packaged Vacations, LLC? :)

I saw on the web that a district attorney shut down this travel business Paradise Escapes, Inc. doing business as Divine Getaways, Packaged Vacations and Fantasy Vacations.

nbcactionnews.com/dpp/money/business_news/vi?

This is surely a SCAM. Do not send them any money. They have a bad reputation and their website looks so fake!!!!!
Not Gullible in Texas
Not Gullible in Texas
2011-08-23 19:30:05
Unknown
I got the same kind of postcard in the mail, with a Carnival Cruise/US Airlines logo on it, fine print said they are not sponsored by or affiliated with them. Like Sher, this card said it was "in celebration of our anniversary in your area." What a crock, there's not even a business name on the card, how are they celebrating their anniversary?? The toll free number was 1-800-952-9644 and I was "selected" to receive a complimentary 8day/7night cruise for 2 with an outside cabin, leaving from any mojor port in the US including Galveston TX. Well, how convenient to send to a Texas resident...NOT. Oooh, and they tell me if I call within 48 hours I'll also receive as a bonus 2 round trip airfares leaving from or going to any major airport in the continental US. Oh, Joy, I so totally believe them....NOT! Good thing I know how to Google a phone number when I smell a scam. Wish the feds would shut them down for fraud for good. Thank you to all of you for your posts, you saved me money but I'm sorry it was at your own expense.
Mullis Investigations
Mullis Investigations
2011-08-22 18:17:30
Unknown
I recieved a card from permit #3950 from West Palm Beach, FL for two tickets for Carnival and 2 free US Airline tickets.  Trip to originate out of Jacsonville, FL with ports of call to Freeport, Bahamas and St. Thomas.  The toll free number 800-595-6510.

The phone is not being answered at this time, so it is possible this scam was busted quickly, but I wanted to pass it along.

Tim Mullis
Mullis Investigations
PO Box 198
Kings Mills, OH 45034
Wolfman411
Wolfman411
2011-08-09 20:55:17
Unknown
*I received the same carnival offer today. Am supposed to call 1-888-912-6531.
Wonder what kind of "Scheister" offer this is?
judy
judy
2011-07-24 19:34:05
Unknown
Is it a scam?  Does anyone win anything?
DS455
DS455
2011-07-19 17:46:24
Unknown
Could you possibly have someone who is NOT schizophrenic write this review for you? I'm not kidding - I can't tell whether you are praising them or condemning them, and I still don't know who the company is and what the 'program is'.
Millet Costales
Millet Costales
2011-07-17 07:11:55
Unknown
I was a victim of this scam too. It's Divine Getaways. I notice about the 7 days before you can access to your account ,so I cancell it at once.It was April fools when i sign that contract. Yes ...I am a fool. I hate myself for falling into this trap. The problem is, they did not received cancellation letter that i mailed to them. So the $569.00 down payment that I take back on my credit card,had been reverse by their Financial company which is Monterey Financial.They sent all the contract that I sign to my credit card and now I dont have any proof, except the photo copy of that letter I sent to them. It's a big Mess. Now we're planning to get us a lawyer and bring all this complaints that I got from this site.This is a lesson to all of us. There is no freebees in this world anymore.And all that shines, is not necessarily Gold. Thanks for all the comments. I'll get back to you  again. Email me at milletcostales2002@yahoo.com
leebird
leebird
2011-07-14 13:50:02
Unknown
This is a SCAM.  Note that your postcard says "Fly A US AirLINES" -- there is no U.S. Airlines.  US AirWAYS is the real airline.  They have tried to mimic the logo of US Airways.
Syl
Syl
2011-07-12 17:29:20
Unknown
I received this exact same card!
pony
pony
2011-07-12 00:31:34
Unknown
Beware its a big big scam.
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