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(920) 392-7092 is a Timeshare Robocall

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  • Transcript Hello? I'm speaking with Mr. Jason. Right. Hello? Can you hear me? Hello? All right. I was good, sir. By the way, this is Bob from national consumer communications. And the reason why I'm calling you regarding. Hello? Hello, can you hear me? Yes. All right. Yeah. Sir, I'm calling you regarding on your timeshare and I believe you still own one. Correct. Perfect. Yeah. As a timeshare owner, sir, I would like to know about your site. About your site. If you're also having a problem like increasing maintenance fees, lack of availability or not being able to sell. Hello, can you hear me? So what is your problem of your timeshare, sir, that I mentioned earlier? Hello? I think it's the increasing maintenance fees. Correct. You. Hello? Eleven. Why? Sir? Sir.
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