(407) 235-7377 Alternately: +14072357377 Hilton Vacation Offer / Vacation Offer Blacklist

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942

Last Call

December 5, 2019

Reputation

Negative

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What is this scam? How do I determine if this is a scam?

Vacation offer robocalls are scams offering vacations and getaways. You've won a free cruise or an all-expenses-paid getaway to some fantastic beach halfway around the world. These scammers want your personal information -- or a "refundable deposit" fee to secure your spot. These vacation plans aren't real -- it's a scam for your information or your money. Alternatively, some vacation offers are real... but they also involve a timeshare and six hours of hyper-pressurized sales pitching. If you did not enter a contest or giveaway, be extremely suspicious of any vacation or getaway package. Winning a prize when you didn't even enter a contest is a big red flag for a scam.

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4 user reports for (407) 235-7377

Marianne

December 12, 2019

Vacation Offer
Caller Name: Hilton

It's a real offer for Hilton Honor members. Discounted getaway in exchange for 2-hour timeshare presentation with Hilton Grand Vacations.

December 5, 2019

Vacation Offer
Caller Name: Claimed to be Hilton Rep

They knew my name and knew I was a Hilton honors member and thanked me for my previous stays. They then tried offering me a stay at the Hilton in Orlando. Seemed fishy because they were calling so late. Hung up and checked the number to confirm it was a Hilton. It’s not.

December 4, 2019

Vacation Offer
Caller Name: Hilton

Caller Id came up as "Hilton"

December 3, 2019

Prize Offer
Caller Name: Claims to be from Hilton

Claims to have been calling from Hilton offering a free trip to Orlando - sounded very sketchy

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