They called me and same as everyone else, they were calling about a trip I entered to win for the Disneyland resort in Florida they had my birthday and address and email. Then they said that I was in good standing with Visa and was approved for the $194.00 fee they had to charge me to claim my prize. They asked me for the date my visa expires and when I told her that I did not give out that kind of info over the phone she got loud and kept trying to talk over me, I just hung up on her.
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Got the phone call too just now, I knew that it was a scam, so i pretended to be VERY VERY VERY VERY HAPPY !!! so i let her go on to "read" to me the total package and DETAILS of the resort and hotel and bla bla bla bla .... SO WHEN SHE ASKED ME to pay for the "transaction fees " about 150 $ , i told her that i'm supposed to be a WINNER ??? she said: " yes you're" so i told her that i should have it free if i'm the weener , and i'm not intrested in her scam %$*7# !!!! SHE WAS very ferous and started to sream , i TOLD HER THAT SHE JUST WASTED HER TIME ABOUT 10 MIN FOR NOTHING AND I HAVE NOT EVEN LISTENED TO HER AT ALL AS I WAS WATCHING TV !! :)))))) WAS VERY FUNNY ! EVRYONE SHOULD DO THE SAME WITH ALL THE SCAM COMPANIES . LET THEM WORK FOR NOTHING !! :) have great day ! ;)
I just got a call from this number (204-977-2275) & they said they were calling from the US. Weird, cuz it's a Canadian number. Said I won a Family Disney Trip & then tried to get personal information from me. I asked them with who I entered the contest with & they couldn't answer me. Just persisted on getting personal details. I told them I wasn't interested & the guy got furriest with me. I just hung up.
this company is from Manitoba, Canada. they call me 6-15 times per week. i never answer the call. I do call back on the number and they hang up or connect me to an automated msg saying the telephone company is having difficulty completing my call and to try again later.
They keep calling I hung up on them twice, then finally listened they had my email address and my birthday, and they wanted my credit card infp