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Hidden camera exposes a vacation company's broken promises

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They dangle those two words we all love to hear: free vacation.  But in Georgia, free has to mean free, otherwise it can mean trouble for the travel company making those promises.

When the head of Georgia's Consumer Protection Office, John Sours, got a card in the mail promising him a free vacation if he attended a travel club sales seminar, he decided to personally handle an undercover hidden camera investigation.

He did what the FOX 5 I-Team often does: hooked up a hidden camera and showed up to gather evidence.

Click the video above to watch the report from FOX 5 I-Team reporter Randy Travis!

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