(617) 431-1573 is a Travel Scam
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- Transcript Hi How are you today this is a list of best with the resort reward center and I'm calling because you stayed with us or at our partner resorts in the past and earned enough points to get you an amazing vacation at our employer rate that sounds great right well you have been selected for a week's vacation to Orlando Florida right next to Disney and you will also get a 3 day 2 night stay on a beach in the Bahamas where we will also provide you with the cruise to get you to the island and back now this promotion will be given to you at a resort employee rate which has never been done before and you and your family will get an entire vacation for 75 percent off the retail rate and you can choose your travel dates anytime within the next 18 months and if that wasn't great enough qualified travelers will receive a complimentary bonus give does well so I just need to ask a few questions to see if you qualify OK.
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- Call Activity Last Blocked 1 year ago
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