Is the phone number 425-390-8930 bothering you? You’re not alone! Fortunately, we have the answer for you here at Waffles, and this is nothing more than an annoying pest you can and should ignore. Read more for details:
Yes, it’s yet another “free cruise” call that has become a thorn in America’s side. Here’s how it works: They tell you that they want you to take a political survey and in exchange you’ll get a “free” cruise to the Bahamas or Mexico. Because they claim to be a political survey, they don’t have to adhere to the Do Not Call Registry – which means they can hound you and get away with it. So the survey is really just a front, and the “prize” of a cruise they offer is bogus as well, because they’ll ask for your credit card for fees and taxes. It’s a total scam! For a longer discussion of this scam, see our longer article on the free cruise telemarketing scam.
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This is a scam which is merely about selling you a cruise. Don’t fall for it. They’ll call you, lie to you, promise you something free and then ask for fees. Sounds like a good deal to you?
This information is accurate as of 6/29/2012.
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