Just last week I received junk fax offering 6 days 5 nights all-inclusive stay at 5-6 stars resort in Cancun (list include Melia Tarquesa and Omni Hotel & Resort) for only $321 per person but have to buy a minimum of 2 person. As a bonus, they give me 3 days 2 nights hotel in Vegas. They promised me that there is no timeshare seminar that I have to attend. I bought into what they said and purchased it for 2 people. 3 days after I received DHL delivery containing reservation form for both Cancun and Las Vegas. The letter that came with it said it is from Travelcomm.com and as quoted from the letter "Travelcomm is the vacation fulfillment company for the vacations you have recently purchased". After I read the discussion forum on the internet about this company I started to think that I am being scammed. I called back to the Cheapticketscancun.com and wanted to cancel. They kept transferring me to their managers and all of the were very rude. They said that they are located in Cancun but none of them have any Spanish accent. They told me that when I purchased the packaged I was informed on about the no cancellation policy and all of the phone conversation was recorded. That was their threat to me and I felt useless. Could it be that Cheapticketscancun.com is another company that Travelcomm.com has just created? I want to cancel in writing and will mail the letter to all of the address I can find associated with two of this companies. I have called my credit card company to dispute the charge (the charge has gone through) with the basis of scam. Credit card company said that the charge came from "Mexico Vacations" and it's not Travelcomm. com. I don't know if I am able to dispute the charge. The credit card company told me that I will be given the answer in 30 days. Please advise me what my chances are of getting my money back. Will they send me confirmation of my cancellation?