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post #19 of 26

Re: Teetime.com - scam?

Originally Posted by x-man View Post
Hi I just tried to use the website to make a tee time for me. It's saying not available at this time and the number listed says out of business. Thats messed up cause I saw these things all over the place so am betting that there is still a lot of these out there that are unused:(
When you call the phone number, they give you another phone number to call....Call that number!

I called it and left a message and got a call back. I gave them a little bit of info. and I am supposedly going to get a $50 gift card (Visa) in the mail within the next week or so. We'll see.
post #20 of 26
So youy finally did get a respnse back? I have called that 888 number for 4 straight days now and not a peep back yet...Have a $50 Gift Card here from last Septemeber and can't use it....Hopefully they'll get back to me...But I was a little aggravated on the phone after the first 2 messages so they might jsut bag me,,,hope not!!!

I'm with ya buddy,,,same here, Have a gift card and no response back from the messages I left...$50 Birthday gift down the tubes....
post #21 of 26

Re: Teetime.com - scam?

I got same results today.... phone number disconnected 1 888 973-1818 web site does not exsist www.teetime.com .. I think I got scammed...
post #22 of 26

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Yeah golfnow.com,ftw. They have insane discounts. You can often get 18 holes with cart for $30, from near $70 regularly.
post #23 of 26

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Try ezlinks.com, its kind of like priceline except for tee times instead of hotel room. Sat a friend and I are playing 18 and cart for $17.20 each at a course where it normally costs $43, granted there are a limited number of times available every day but its free to join with no membership fees and yes you do have to pay up front but you can cancell 24 hours in advance. Even where I live in southern il there are a few courses available. You normally have to look probably at least 24-48 hours ahead of time to find a time you prefer, waiting until the same day and you wont find much. Its good for when you know ahead of time when you can play, not so good for last minute trips. This will be the 2nd time we've used it and will continue to use it as long as we find our local courses on there.
post #24 of 26

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Interesting stuff. A Walter Dragosz owns the domain name. If you google him, it appears he has owned other golf enterprises that have gone out of business. Don't hold your breath waiting for that VISA gift card.
post #25 of 26

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No answer at 1-800 number, can't find the website, it's just gone back to YOU'VE BEEN SCAMMED AND SO HAVE I.
Bernie Madoff did the same thing but on a smaller scale.
post #26 of 26
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Originally Posted by troygoal View Post

 
When you call the phone number, they give you another phone number to call....Call that number!

I called it and left a message and got a call back. I gave them a little bit of info. and I am supposedly going to get a $50 gift card (Visa) in the mail within the next week or so. We'll see.



So what is the new number to call?  Did you get your gift cards?

 

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