Here is a letter we sent to WE one year later:
We wish to sever all relationship with Wholesale Escapes.
Last May, 2015, we visited one of our favorite travel destinations – Charleston, South Carolina. We were invited to attend one of your presentations and fell for one of your slick sales pitches. Without checking with the Better Business Bureau which gives you a rating of “F”, we signed your contract. We believed in your promises, which in hindsight, we see were too good to be true. Not only are we disappointed in the travel help we have received over the past year, we are disappointed in you and your sales team for presenting such a sham and in ourselves for falling for such a fraud.
We have learned the hard way that we can actually find travel arrangements for ourselves just as frugally as you promised. As a matter of fact, the search engine you used to book accommodations for our trip last fall to Vermont was one we could so easily have clicked on ourselves. The accommodations in Vermont were pleasant but nothing like your promises in May. After talking in depth with the innkeeper, we were assured that he would have matched any competitor's prices. So much for your “help”.
As we stated earlier in this letter, Charleston was one of our favorite cities to visit. Our experience with you has been so damaging that it will probably leave a permanent blotch on our enjoyment of that city. Will we go back – not for a long time! Time does have a way of healing and we fully expect that in time we again will travel to a city that we loved to visit.
Our experience with you has been a very costly mistake, both financially and to our belief in the goodness of humanity. You did provide us with a “free” horse-drawn carriage ride around Charleston. That aroma still reminds us of you!
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