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Free cruise scam ?

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One of my daughters friends won a cruise and invited my daughter to go along.
However, now they discover there is a $351-$409 processing fee to be paid before reservation can be confirmed.
That seems like a very hefty processing fee to me- do you smell something rotten going on here? Or this standard for a "free" cruise?

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