Travel voucher warning
The Better Business Bureau reissues a warning for anyone receiving a travel voucher in the mail.
A letter being mailed out claims recipients "have qualified for an award of 2 roundtrip airline tickets" from U.S. Airlines. But the BBB says that airline doesn't exist.
There are names that are close, like U.S. Airways and American Airlines, but no U.S. Airlines.
Contact 13 first warned you about this back in August. We learned the letter is from FeatureTravel.com. We contacted the company, but were unable to get any more information.
The BBB says it hasn't been able to get any reply from the business either.
The BBB says companies making these kind of offers typically require you attend a presentation before getting your airline vouchers. There they usually try selling you a vacation package or timeshare.
But before you agree to anything, we suggest you take the offer home and read it carefully. If you've received a questionable offer in the mail, you can report it to the U.S. Postal Inspector.
For more information on how to file a complaint, click here.