Did you receive a text message from LennoxTravel that says you’ve won a free cruise package to the Bahamas? Is it scam or legit? Read this review to find out everything you need to know.
Lennox Travel: What is It?
It is a travel program that offers vacation cruise programs to the Bahamas. Often times, the program gifts people ‘free cruise’ vacation package after they must have participated in a raffle draw. However, there happens to be some inconsistencies about LennoxTravel, it travel packages, and how it works.
First of all, the ‘free cruise’ is not entirely free. You’ve to pay a $19 per person for an admin fee. Secondly, what you get is a ‘2 free days for a cruise’. But in reality none of the cruises are 2 days long. Some are six or seven days long. So in the end you have to pay for the extra 4 days.
Facts You Should Know About The Lennox Travel Bahamas Cruise Package
- You are responsible for all normal travel expenses inc transportation etc.
- The form you filled states you are a “winner” just by filling out the entry card
- You might get a few free nights at a resort, but there will be “extras” that in the end cost as much as a regular resort.
Is Lennox Travel Bahamas Cruise a Scam?
No, it isn’t a scam. However, it’s one hell of a sales tactic. The Bahamas cruise vacation package is not free perse. You’d be made to pay a $19 per person admin fee plus other miscellaneous fee. In the end, it costs same price as every other resort vacation package.
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