Scam kept calling me to take the survey for a free cruise. After over a dozen calls, I decided to listen to see if I would reach a human to be put on their do-not-call list, but this just resulted in them calling me twice a day. To get on their do-not-call list (mentioned in a voicemail), call: 1-800-922-6373. It will tell you to enter your 10-digit number. I really hope this stops them from calling me. Good Riddance!
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"free" cruise to the Bahamas.
this is a scam for sure ...... try to call their free number as many times as you can as for each call they pay
Carribien Cruse lines
illegal fraud company
Very annoying, they call every day to say you have won a cruise!
They told me i had won 2 million dollars and a mercedes. they wanted me to go to walmart and get a id card and go to my bank and draw $500.00. out.It was 2:30 and they were coming to my house to pick me up in a limo. and they would bring my car. and put it in the carport..He told me to write his name down.His name was Roger Clark. I went along with what he was saying until I hung up so he called me back. He wanted to know if i wanted to keep it private or public. so i hung up again.
Caller did not speak
I'm tired of this number callig. Calls several times. So annoying.
This number would call at least twice a day. I finally listened to one of the messages and it gave me a "do not call" option. This "do not call" number is 800-922-6373. I hope it works. The calls were annoying.
A Free Cuise, they asked for my credit card number, have asked them to stop calling repeatedly and they keep calling. It is a scam!
A cruise to Bahamas
Called several times in the last 2 weeks. I just hang up but it is very annoying. Anyway to stop it? Very irritating!!!!!!!!!!!!
Entered a sweepstakes on AARP website for trip to two to a spa yesterday. This am I get a call telling me that I "won a cruise to the Bahamas" as a secondary prize. I did read the privacy and information sections prior to entering the sweepstakes and there was no mention of a second Grand Prize. After a lengthy description of the cruise and how wonderful it will be the woman with the "mechanical voice" states "I just need your debit or credit card number to pay for the port fees". When I told her that I do not give my information over the phone, she persisted a while longer then said "This is a one time offer do you want to give this cruise away?" I stated, "Yes, I do and do not call this number again." She hung up. Length of call: 5minutes and 22 seconds longer than I should have listened.
I also recieved a call. Much like the other stories. They called numerous times and When I refused to give them any credit card info. They said they could not hold my spot.. There new website they gave me was www.portofpalmbeach.com..The callers name was Delaine Powell and his ext. is 4248
called wanting to sell product
called asking me to take a 10 question survey. than to pay 118$ for tax fees for 2 people. 2 night and 3 day cruise too Bahamas. Its all a scam and fraud. They have numerous websites linking to them. Every time someone gets a lead on them they change their website. Here are all the websites. bahamascruiseregistration.com bahamasfreecruise.com caribbeancl.com caribbeancruiseregistration.com caribbeanfreecruise.com caribbeanregistration.com All associated with Robert Mitchell or Mitchel. His name links to another scam a few years back called Ramada Plaza Resort and was sued Big Time. I guess he is at it again. Please save yourself some time and heart ache. I was almost sucked into itt. I was about to pay. Im not stupid. i always through bullsh*t like this in the trash.. but this one... smhhh, they really seem legit..but they are not !!!
Carribean Cruise Line
They called to offer me a free cruise. Used the 'congrats you secured a spot, need 118$ for port fees." I said it was a gov't tax so I'd pay it on board. They said that why not get it out of the wayyyy?! Oh god, total sales men pitch.