Goodwill Vacation Reports & Reviews (4)
Goodwill vacationMy experience matches everyone of the phone calls listed above. Nothing added up. When I expressed my concerns, he became adamant that they “didn’t want anything from me, just to sure my positive experience by word of mouth.” He read my “application” out loud and much of the information I supposedly submitted was incorrect. The number was coming from a company called CBL FLOORS. I asked why that was and he said it was a glitch of the server. Too many red flags to pursue.
Got a call from someone claiming to be from Goodwill Vacation, saying that I had put in a ballot to win a free vacation "at a mall or somewhere." When I said that I hadn't, he said I'd probably forgotten. Wanted me to go to a specific address. When I told him I didn't live where he thought I lived (based on my area code; I'd moved a few years back but kept the same phone number) he ended the call saying his "senior manager" would call back.
Goodwill Vacation called me in September telling me I won a raffle I entered in December. They said the drawing was supposed to happen in January, but was pushed back because of Covid. They said they were based in Utah and I had to go to a specific location to pick up my reward. The person told me their supervisor would call back with the street address. However, he did say it was in Utah. I haven't been in Utah in years, so I couldn't have entered their raffle. The phone numbers they called me from are (801) 483-2332 and (385) 225-9817.
Victim Location 55033
Type of a scam Travel/Vacations
Name of caller was John Stevens. Indicating I signed up in a ballot box for a trip, which I haven't done. When I asked for the phone number for the business the call ended. I tried to call back and got a busy signal. He had an accent of that from another country.
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