TravelLife / Have my bank account and routing numbers
This number [protected] called my number for the past few days. My husbands grandparents live in Florida, so I thought it might be them. I answered. This guy named David # 214 tells me that my husband and I have won a 4 day, 3 night trip with roundtrip paid airfare to Orlando, or someplace in Florida. He said that my bank had put our account information into a drawing because we had been using our checkcard during the last few months. I was sort of excited at first because our bank really is running a contest right now, so I thought that this could really be it. Then he told me my account number and the routing number and the bank branch with which we most frequent and our home address. So then he started telling me about all these offers that he had to give to me and I had to accept them in order to receive the trip. So I said I"m not interested we have unlimited long distance calling. And he proceeded to tell me some things. When all was said and done, he said that my tickets and my hotel choices will be in the mail in the next 5-7 days and I can read over it and pick a date and time to take my trip. I went about my day then and decided I was going to check out the number on Google. I did, and I'm so glad that I did. I saved my husband and myself from having to fight these people for our money. This is just a scam and someone needs to stop them. They are located in Florida and when I looked them up, there was an entire slew of people who had the same thing or similar stuff happen to them. Don't get caught up in this mess. Just DON'T answer the phone. Because I did, I have to close my account and open a new one.