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Anyone heard of "Better Business Travel"?

Tom M

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I have a voicemail from someone at BBT, a.k.a. "Better Business Travel" which is apparently an Orland based company that rents and sells timeshares.

They have a web site and say they are a member of the Orlando Convention and Visitors Bureau.

I do have two weeks listed with Marriott but have not listed my property elsewhere.

Anyone know anything about them?
 

gorevs9

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They will probably tell you they can rent your unit to convention goers for big bucks . All they need is a bit of upfront money.
 
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