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Vacation Getaway Incentives review: scam

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one day a guys with a possilbe indian accent called my house said that he was caling from walmart and that i won a two day cruise and a $5 walmart giftcard. well since i know i didn't enter to win anything and $5 is nothing to me i told him i wasn't interested. a week later a female with the same accent called with the same story. so i thought maybe this is legit so i let her talk a little longer, but there was a lot going on in the background, i couldn't hear her so she tranferred me to her supervisor (the same guy from the week before). i could barely hear him also unti i heard all i will ever have to pay is $1.95. so i said i'm not interested, he quickly got upset, and with an attitude he said, why! what is the problem! that didn't seem professional so that was a red flag for me so i said that i couldnt hear him. he said he will call me right back. when he did my husband answered the phone. now my husband is giving him the 3rd degree. he asked for a name, address, website and a phone number. he said his name was dennis descota, his address was 306 #1097 s. campus dr. salt lake city, utah. and the website was www.vacationgetawayincentives.com. but when my husband asked for a phone number he refused and became angry again asking what was the problem, then he asked my husband for a credit card number. that was a nother red flag for me. so after my husband hung up tghe phone with him i knew that if i typed the first 3 letters after vacation getaway google was going to write the rest of search for me saying that it was a scam. so be careful. never give out any personal information over the phone, like your, social, bank account info, credit cards, etc. never give money for something that they say you won, been chosen, or that something is free. especially if you know that you didn't even enter into that contest, sweepstake, or whatever. do your homework, investigate!

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