I have a gift voucher for a Vacation to Florida. Does it Sound Legit?

ncscgirl asked:

I received this from my mortgage lender (a reputable company in South Florida) for doing business with them. It is for a vacation from 3 days/2 nights up to 7 days/6nights for 2 Adults/4 kids in a hotel room less than two miles from Disney. It also includes a day cruise with meals, complimentary breakfast, and bus service to ship or area theme parks, and discount Disney tix. Does this sound legit? It is for $25 per night. We are planning a trip to Disney anyway and this would help reduce our costs tremendously. Have you ever done this before? The website indicates in several different areas that it is NOT a time share.
There’s no small print on the actual voucher which worries me a little. I need to actually call the reservation number to get the run down.

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  1. zipp380 says:

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    It is not unheard of to get bonus packages from lending institutions, especially with the housing markets current state .But if you have questions about this bonus why not just ask the bank that gave you the offer.

  2. Terri says:

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    Read the superfine print.

    I’m usually wary about any gift vouchers from anyone.

  3. smartypants909 says:

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    I won a vacation from my credit union for financing two cars with them, and I was also very skeptical, but it was legit. Call them and ask questions. We really enjoyed our free trip.

  4. kay s says:

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    Read the small print. Are they wanting you to attend a 90 minute presentation? It does sound like a timeshare sales gimmick. It might be worth your time.

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