Received postcard in mail from Gobal Vacation Networks concerning a presentation and free 5 day Bahamas cruise – no obligation. No mention of any fees made on the card or when the reservation for the “seminar” was made on the phone. Said “what the heck” and proceeded. The presentation took about 1 1/2 hour of so-called “cheapie” rates for hotels, cruises, airfares but no specifics. Global Vacation Networks wanted about $7500 as membership fee – pone-time offer. Otherwise fee would be about $10000. No more specifics were discussed. We said “No” and got up to leave when they sent another guy named Sean who tried to pressure us into buying. He would not takle “No” for an answer and we again got up to leave and he wouldn’t stop his pitch. We were almost afraid that he would physically try to restrain us but he fortunately did not do so as the scene would have gotten very ugly and more confrontive than it was. As we left they gave us this voucher to sign and send in. It would have amounted to a $600 fee paid in advance (not free) for an undisclosed Carnival 5 day Bahamas area trip. We can get the same from our travel agent so we did not send it in. Essentially a bait-and-switch and a most unpleasant one at that.