Destination Vacations 365 Warns Consumers About Travel Scams Plaguing the Industry

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MEMPHIS, TN--(Marketwired - Aug 7, 2013) - Destination Vacations 365 (DV365) wants to inform consumers about multiple different scams that have hit the $392 billion a year travel industry over that last few years. Consumers shopping for travel should always review the company they are looking to do business with. Doing your part as an educated consumer could potentially save you hundreds if not thousands of dollars on your vacation by working with a company who has your best interests in mind. Unfortunately, scams are mostly plaguing businesses related to travel and destinations available 365 days of the year. 

According to CNN Money, the average American household spends approximately $1,200 per person per year on vacations. As summer winds down many families are looking for great deals on last minute travel. Destination Vacations 365 has developed very strong relationships with fulfillment companies that allow them to offer their members discounts up to 70% off the original price. DV365's vast array of vacation options makes them one of the top travel companies in the business.

"Since Destination Vacations 365 expanded their operations in April of this year, they have seen a 31% increase in clients joining their travel club. Many of these clients have sent e-mails and postcards thanking DV365 for the opportunity to travel like a rock star at very competitive prices," says Susan McClearon, Destination Vacations 365 Client Travel Director.

The travel industry is one of the most heavily regulated industries in the world. That still doesn't stop scam artists from trying to take advantage of unsuspecting consumers. When consumers are shopping for deals one thing to keep in mind is, if the deal sounds too good to be true, it probably is.

Destination Vacations 365, along with its family of travel partners is here for you around the clock to answer any questions you may have. There is nothing worse than the feeling of dismay that comes from knowing you have just been taken advantage of by a scam. For more information on Destination Vacations 365, please visit them on the web at www.destinationvacations365.com.

Contact:
CONTACT:
Teddy Montee
E-MAIL: teddy@destinationvacations365.com

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