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A Disney World dream vacation turned into a financial nightmare for a group of 120 dance students from Tennessee.

Blue Sky Journeys, a travel agency which claims to be Disney-authorized, has been accused of scamming the group out of more than $60,000 by accepting payments and then failing to make the agreed-upon travel arrangements, according to a Fox 17 WZTV report. Earlier this month, agency owner Melanie Swoap and her husband John Swoap were indicted on the charge

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That's just terrible to do students like that. 

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... a way to expose the dancers to the realities of performing for major outlets like Broadway and Disney.

 

So, are they going to tell kids about sleeping your way to the top ?

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Master criminals at work, what did they think was going to happen? 

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Just to note, this actually has very little to do with Disney.

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^ Well, the trip was to go to Disney World in Orlando, Florida.

 

Disney itself is not responsible.

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My point exactly

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