The National Association of Travel Centers Review

I received a letter via U. S. Mail from The National Association of Travel Centers notifying me I’d "qualified for an award of (2) round trip airline tickets valid for travel anywhere within the continental U. S. In addition, you will receive (2) nights at one of over 1000 Marriott Hotel locations. The retail value of this award is $1,288.00." So if it sounds too good to be true, it usually is. I checked this website and found another similar scam from a different so-called company.

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