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Travelers Unlimited Group


Country United States
State Nevada
City Las Vegas
Address 101 Convention Center Dr
Phone 1 844-668-8104
Website https://travelersunlimited.club

Travelers Unlimited Group Reviews

  • Dec 6, 2018

I need witnesses/victims of fraud to come forward, investigation ongoing.

In May of 2017, my wife and I were on vacation in Las Vegas. We were staying at a Diamond Resort location on a "Sampler" package, which allowed us to experience different locations without purchasing a time share. However, on this particular stay we decided to purchase one. Shortly after the purchase we started to have second thoughts. On the final day with Diamond Resorts, we noticed a note on our door, it referenced information that regarded a purchase of a time share, and that there is still time to act and not pay for an expensive time share, and/or propose an offer.

We called the number on the note and met Andre Clarke, Stephen Luter, and staff at 101 Convention Centre Dr, Ste 350, Las Vegas, NV, 89109. Andre explained the urgency to cancel the contract, and the procedures to do so.

He said, "Whether you purchase anything from us, or not, I will request and exercise our right to cancel." Andre did handle the cancellation. I asked Andre how he got the notes on the doors at the resort. Andre stated that he paid the cleaning staff to post the notes. He pulled out a large roll of cash from his pocket to show me and said "this is what I use to pay the staff."

Andre then started to speak about his vacation program that had remarkable savings in the U.S., and abroad. And this package had no maintenance fees and expensive real estate investment like "Diamond Resorts." He then turned his monitor toward us and presented a page (on-line site) that had appeared to show hotel/resorts at very reasonable rates, from 50% to 80% off the regular price, and we kept asking, "This is the price for a week?" He said "Yes" and continued to show us more places that presented great offers. I noticed that the platform incorporated "Trip Advisor." And I was familiar with "Trip Advisor", but Andre was showing us much greater savings, partly by stating that the total week was near the cost of one night. Andre did convince us on the benefit of the membership, and with the savings it had appeared to be legitimate.

Andre indicated that the cost of the package would be $6795.00, if paid in cash, and would be considerably more if by credit card. We weren't sure at this moment, and that's when Andre had pointed out that we were just contracted to pay at least three times more with "Diamond Resorts," and obligated for life to pay the maintenance fees. His statements had an impact on us. Andre also mentioned that we would be enrolled in Tug Inc. (another Andre Clarke business) and allowed to sell at least three weeks of vacation time in and around the Orlando area (Disney vacation time), which would pay us $750 per week rental, a total of $2250.00. I ran the math and concluded that we would see a return in our investment on or about three years’ time.

My wife and I considered the offer to be legit, and we agreed. Andre moved quickly on having me transfer the funds to his account, and at the same time a contract was drafted by Stephen Luter. Once the payment went through, matters of paperwork and the final farewell went rapidly. It concerned me a little, but we were assured everything was in order.

The first concern after the fact was we were not provided the Tug Inc. Contract (eventually it was emailed to us). Andre explained that we wouldn't see a payment until June of 2018. Unfortunately, the contract with Tug Inc. ended up to be a deceptive and fraudulent act, and resulted in $00.00 return to us.

The second concern was the contract with "Traveler's Unlimited Group" where we paid $6795.00. Stephen Luter utilized "DocuSign" as the initials and signatures throughout the contract. My wife and I did not create or authorize either the initials or the signatures. And I cannot explain how the contract was finalized. Note: It appeared there were and are two business names; Travelers Unlimited Group, and Travelers Unlimited Group Inc. (Andre Clarke).

Eventually, we had access to "Travelers Unlimited Group's" web site. We started to navigate the on-line site for similar discounts as shown to us by Andre Clarke, and that's when we both realized that something wasn't right, we weren't seeing the savings and discounts that Andre displayed to us. After a few emails to Andre that expressed our concerns, he eventually stopped communicating with us.

I did call his (Andre Clarke) office in December of 2017 to receive that Tug Inc. rental enrollment form that supposedly allowed a member to sell three weeks per year at $750.00 per week, with a return of $2250.00. The document was submitted to Andre Clarke, and when June of 2018 came, the time frame we would have received the money, it was realized to be fraudulent, no notification or payment was provided to us.

Andre Clarke, Stephen Luter, and staff acted with intentions to swindle money by vulnerabilityIn May of 2017, my wife and I were on vacation in Las Vegas. We were staying at a Diamond Resort location on a "Sampler" package, which allowed us to experience different locations without purchasing a time share. However, on this particular stay we decided to purchase one. Shortly after the purchase we started to have second thoughts. On the final day with Diamond Resorts, we noticed a note on our door, it referenced information that regarded a purchase of a time share, and that there is still time to act and not pay for an expensive time share, and/or propose an offer. We called the number on the note and met Andre Clarke, Stephen Luter, and staff at 101 Convention Centre Dr, Ste 350, Las Vegas, NV, 89109. Andre explained the urgency to cancel the contract, and the procedures to do so. He said, "Whether you purchase anything from us, or not, I will request and exercise our right to cancel." Andre did handle the cancellation. I asked Andre how he got the notes on the doors at the resort. Andre stated that he paid the cleaning staff to post the notes. He pulled out a large roll of cash from his pocket to show me and said "this is what I use to pay the staff."

Andre then started to speak about his vacation program that had remarkable savings in the U.S., and abroad. And this package had no maintenance fees and expensive real estate investment like "Diamond Resorts." He then turned his monitor toward us and presented a page (on-line site) that had appeared to show hotel/resorts at very reasonable rates, from 50% to 80% off the regular price, and we kept asking, "This is the price for a week?" He said "Yes" and continued to show us more places that presented great offers. I noticed that the platform incorporated "Trip Advisor." And I was familiar with "Trip Advisor", but Andre was showing us much greater savings, partly by stating that the total week was near the cost of one night. Andre did convince us on the benefit of the membership, and with the savings it had appeared to be legitimate.

Andre indicated that the cost of the package would be $6795.00, if paid in cash, and would be considerably more if by credit card. We weren't sure at this moment, and that's when Andre had pointed out that we were just contracted to pay at least three times more with "Diamond Resorts," and obligated for life to pay the maintenance fees. His statements had an impact on us. Andre also mentioned that we would be enrolled in Tug Inc. (another Andre Clarke business) and allowed to sell at least three weeks of vacation time in and around the Orlando area (Disney vacation time), which would pay us $750 per week rental, a total of $2250.00. I ran the math and concluded that we would see a return in our investment on or about three years’ time.

My wife and I considered the offer to be legit, and we agreed. Andre moved quickly on having me transfer the funds to his account, and at the same time a contract was drafted by Stephen Luter. Once the payment went through, matters of paperwork and the final farewell went rapidly. It concerned me a little, but we were assured everything was in order.

The first concern after the fact was we were not provided the Tug Inc. Contract (eventually it was emailed to us). Andre explained that we wouldn't see a payment until June of 2018. Unfortunately, the contract with Tug Inc. ended up to be a deceptive and fraudulent act, and resulted in $00.00 return to us.

The second concern was the contract with "Traveler's Unlimited Group" where we paid $6795.00. Stephen Luter utilized "DocuSign" as the initials and signatures throughout the contract. My wife and I did not create or authorize either the initials or the signatures. And I cannot explain how the contract was finalized. Note: It appeared there were and are two business names; Travelers Unlimited Group, and Travelers Unlimited Group Inc. (Andre Clarke).

Eventually, we had access to "Travelers Unlimited Group's" web site. We started to navigate the on-line site for similar discounts as shown to us by Andre Clarke, and that's when we both realized that something wasn't right, we weren't seeing the savings and discounts that Andre displayed to us. After a few emails to Andre that expressed our concerns, he eventually stopped communicating with us.

I need victims/witnesses for an ongoing investigation...

I did call his (Andre Clarke) office in December of 2017 to receive that Tug Inc. rental enrollment form that supposedly allowed a member to sell three weeks per year at $750.00 per week, with a return of $2250.00. The document was submitted to Andre Clarke, and when June of 2018 came, the time frame we would have received the money, it was realized to be fraudulent, no notification or payment was provided to us.

Andre Clarke, Stephen Luter, and staff acted with intentions to swindle money by vulnerability, deception, fraud, and untruthfulness.

In May of 2017, my wife and I were on vacation in Las Vegas. We were staying at a Diamond Resort location on a "Sampler" package, which allowed us to experience different locations without purchasing a time share. However, on this particular stay we decided to purchase one. Shortly after the purchase we started to have second thoughts. On the final day with Diamond

Resorts, we noticed a note on our door, it referenced information that regarded a purchase of a time share, and that there is still time to act and not pay for an expensive time share, and/or propose an offer.

We called the number on the note and met Andre Clarke, Stephen Luter, and staff at 101 Convention Centre Dr, Ste 350, Las Vegas, NV, 89109. Andre explained the urgency to cancel the contract, and the procedures to do so. He said, "Whether you purchase anything from us, or not, I will request and exercise our right to cancel." Andre did handle the cancellation. I asked Andre how he got the notes on the doors at the resort. Andre stated that he paid the cleaning staff to post the notes. He pulled out a large roll of cash from his pocket to show me and said "this is what I use to pay the staff." Andre then started to speak about his vacation program that had remarkable savings in the U.S., and abroad. And this package had no maintenance fees and expensive real estate investment like "Diamond Resorts." He then turned his monitor toward us and presented a page (on-line site) that had appeared to show hotel/resorts at very reasonable rates, from 50% to 80% off the regular price, and we kept asking, "This is the price for a week?" He said "Yes" and continued to show us more places that presented great offers. I noticed that the platform incorporated "Trip Advisor." And I was familiar with "Trip Advisor", but Andre was showing us much greater savings, partly by stating that the total week was near the cost of one night. Andre did convince us on the benefit of the membership, and with the savings it had appeared to be legitimate. Andre indicated that the cost of the package would be $6795.00, if paid in cash, and would be considerably more if by credit card.

We weren't sure at this moment, and that's when Andre had pointed out that we were just contracted to pay at least three times more with "Diamond Resorts," and obligated for life to pay the maintenance fees. His statements had an impact on us. Andre also mentioned that we would be enrolled in Tug Inc. (another Andre Clarke business) and allowed to sell at least three weeks of vacation time in and around the Orlando area (Disney vacation time), which would pay us $750 per week rental, a total of $2250.00. I ran the math and concluded that we would see a return in our investment on or about three years’ time. My wife and I considered the offer to be legit, and we agreed.

Andre moved quickly on having me transfer the funds to his account, and at the same time a contract was drafted by Stephen Luter. Once the payment went through, matters of paperwork and the final farewell went rapidly. It concerned me a little, but we were assured everything was in order. The first concern after the fact was we were not provided the Tug Inc. Contract (eventually it was emailed to us). Andre explained that we wouldn't see a payment until June of 2018. Unfortunately, the contract with Tug Inc. ended up to be a deceptive and fraudulent act, and resulted in $00.00 return to us. The second concern was the contract with "Traveler's Unlimited Group" where we paid $6795.00. Stephen Luter utilized "DocuSign" as the initials and signatures throughout the contract. My wife and I did not create or authorize either the initials or the signatures. And I cannot explain how the contract was finalized. Note: It appeared there were and are two business names; Travelers Unlimited Group, and Travelers Unlimited Group Inc. (Andre Clarke).

Eventually, we had access to "Travelers Unlimited Group's" web site. We started to navigate the on-line site for similar discounts as shown to us by Andre Clarke, and that's when we both realized that something wasn't right, we weren't seeing the savings and discounts that Andre displayed to us. After a few emails to Andre that expressed our concerns, he eventually stopped communicating with us. I did call his (Andre Clarke) office in December of 2017 to receive that Tug Inc. rental enrollment form that supposedly allowed a member to sell three weeks per year at $750.00 per week, with a return of $2250.00. The document was submitted to Andre Clarke, and when June of 2018 came, the time frame we would have received the money, it was realized to be fraudulent, no notification or payment was provided to us.

Andre Clarke, Stephen Luter, and staff acted with intentions to swindle money by vulnerability, deception, fraud, and untruthfulness.

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