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04/16/2013
By: jlhopes
Vacation Home Rentals
We used this website to find a vacation rental. That was successful, but after renting the property we had some negative things to say about it, and I tried at least three times to post a review. My review never got posted, although another, glowingly positive review of the same property was added in the meantime. I also tried twice to contact the company via their website, but never heard back from them.On yp.com they are listed with two different addresses and phone numbers, and their website shows yet another address. Very suspicious.
01/18/2013
By: zochem
Vacation Home Rentals
I have paid to ad a vacation home rental on their site. I would give no star if I can. Don't use them for your vacation rental ad. It's a fraud business with no phone contact. Their street address keeps changing. If you google it, their street address is under a restaurant. They never reply to your e-mail. Waste your money by working with them...
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