Pulaski County, Kentucky
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I recently enrolled my daughter in a D.C. Trip taking place in June 2016. 3 weeks after having the trip fully paid for I receive a notice that "Due to students dropping out of the trip there will an additional fee of $159 to compensate for lack of participation". I have already paid nearly $600 for this 4 day trip. This is really begining to become a scam!

I have never reviewed a product but a company that is endorsed by a school system then delivers this kind of performance needs discussed.

Do Not become involved with World Strides.

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The most disappointing in user's experience was advertise a price and when paid in full they add additional fee. The author asks this business to immediately contact him/ her to briefly discuss his/ her negative experience with the company.

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Anonymous
Sunnyvale, California, United States #1336756

I was too charged this fee.We are a small school.

World Strides knew in June 2016 that we were a class of 11. NO one dropped out, so not sure how the fee came about...even if it is in the terms and conditions.

Agree that this whole company is a scam.The folks commenting on this post are likely World Strides representatives trying to make the OP look dumb.

Anonymous
#1318685

Also note all of the sites in DC are free. There is no cost to visit most of the places WorldStrides sends the kids to. These people are a joke, a poorly run company, that overcharge for their tours.

Anonymous
San Bernardino, California, United States #1262605

If you listen at the meeting prior to signing up, the represenative clearly states that this is possible but unlikely.

Anonymous
to Anonymous #1314684

It also states it in the information you are SUPPOSED TO READ and sign at the beginning of enrollment. ;)

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