Are these pomotional things at malls a scam?
It is probably a very high pressure sales pitch for a time share. When you enter those contests, you waive any "do not call" rights that you may have had. Everyone who entered received the same call.
by Wayne Z - 16 hours ago
Well, if you read the details you see that a cruise or other vacation company is running this deal. You will be added to their mailing list. And you will be called with their con. Then, they sell your name to other con companies, and so on. You get in every scam email list, call list, junk mail list in the world. I never, ever sign up for these. I learned my lesson. God did I ever. You'll learn..... You'll learn. Telling you is a con game here will not help, since many people really believe there is a prize involved.
by Silly Goose - 16 hours ago
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