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Vida Vacations Fraud Rumors Look to Be Fictitious Following Inquiry into Recent Customer Testimonials and Sentiment

After a thorough review of the fraud rumors circulating online about Vida Vacations it has been determined that they are works of fiction designed to overshadow the numerous positive customer testimonials. 

CANCUN, Mexico, Jan. 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ - When accounts of fraud start being reported online they are taken very seriously and are not ignored. When the Vida Vacations fraud statements were being spread around the Internet an inquiry was made into the validity of these reports and the findings were shocking to say the least. When comparing the reports of fraud to online reviews on the world's largest and most comprehensive review sites it was noticed that there were two very different stories being told. One is a tale of deceit and a duplicitous resort and another of passionate travelers with no negative feedback to leave.

When comparing online reviews it is important to notice that the very world of online reviews is fiercely debated for its authenticity. When looking into reviews for a company that operates as many getaways as Vida Vacations there are many factors to take into consideration. The first is the amount of people not leaving any reviews. There are two types of people taking the time to post reviews online: those who wish to do damage to a company and those who wish to positively impact business for a company. This is the reason there are not many reviews that are in the middle, the majority of people who had a great time do not feel the need to make their voice heard, as they would only do so if they were unhappy with their experience.

Taking that into consideration there are very few reports of a Vida Vacations fraud problem and numerous reports of ecstatic families wanting to share their experience with others. If fraud was this rampant at Vida Vacations there would be a larger online presence for the reports and they would appear consistently, not all simultaneously. The investigation concludes that the reports are fraudulent and designed to harm Vida Vacations' reputation.

SOURCE MustSeeCancun.com

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