Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club Uses Customer Service Prowess to Reduce Scams

Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club shares how general scams and travel concerns are handled by some of the travel industry's most efficient customer service teams at LHVC.

PUERTO PLATA, Dominican Republic, Feb. 12, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- With Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club, scam concerns and other travel issues are handled by the brand's top customer service representatives on a daily basis. This practice reinforces this luxury vacation provider's position as a world-class brand and facilitates constructive growth within its thriving member base. With LHVC, members can consistently expect top-tier customer service. Its commitment to customer service is evident in how the company handles reports of travel scams and other customer service issues throughout the travel industry. Members walk away from their experiences confidant that Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club is a brand that truly does care for their well-being.


Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club shares that scams brought up by members who had fallen victim all across the globe over the past year were all taken into consideration. One of the best ways to prevent vacation planners from falling victim to various travel industry-related scams was to simply inform members of some of the red flags to look out for, so that they know when something suspicious is taking place.

One of the biggest red flags that vacation planners should look out for, according to Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club scams awareness information, are individuals who promise big savings for next to no cost. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Travelers should always approach outlandish sales claims with much hesitation. While it is true that brands do offer great sales from time to time, they're typically discounted to a believable amount. An unbelievable offer should be approached cautiously, especially if a down payment is required.

Another red flag, as pointed out by Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club scams awareness information, are unsolicited telephone calls that ask travelers to re-verify personal information. Reputable brands will typically never ask their clients to provide personal financial information over the telephone. These sorts of calls should be taken very seriously, as there is a good chance that a scam artist is on the other end that is imitating a representative from a travel industry business. If a vacation planner finds himself or herself in a situation where they believe that a scam artist is targeting them, they should immediately end the call, and call the direct line of the travel provider to alert them of this issue by dialing an official telephone number.

Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club works tirelessly to help members and travelers avoid scams and get the most out of their vacations.


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