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I have received multiple phone calls today from the above 2 numbers stating that they just want to let me know my time share options to reduce my maintenance fees. When I explained that we are happy with the time share they argue and convince you to "just listen to a presentation" that will tell me my options. I figured why not. While listening to the presentation it was not for me as there were angry people wanting out. So we hung up. They phoned back 5 times trying to get us back into the teleconference saying we just needed to listen they weren't asking for anything. I researched on Government web page and it says only way out of fees is to sell your timeshare. The 2 hours later they phone back trying to get us to participate again - reading from a script. I explain again I am not interested and get reassured they are not selling or buying I just have to listen. I tell them I am not interested and hang up. They phone back, again another conversation and they ask why I won't participate - I tell them I believe it's a scam so they give me the webpage above to prove they are legit. Their web page advertises they are helping you sell your time share which is what they said they were not doing.

- Canyon Country, CA, USA

It (phone name goes here) user,

Tuesday, July 6, 2021

Congratulations (phone name goes here) user! In celebration of reaching 1 TRILLION Google searches every year, National Consumer Center has selected you as one of 10 users in California to claim a $750 Cash App account credit or a $750 Amazon Gift Card!

Click OK to answer our questions below and claim your prize!"

And when I search National Consumer Center on Google, tons of stuff about scams pullbup. Oh, and it was a pop-up.

- De Forest, WI, USA

Caller told me that they were going to send me $750 for simply signing up for a deal...

got email saying i was selected to receive $1000 gift card to complete survey, before doing anything i went to to check it out, turns out, there are a lot of scams using this approach

Don't believe this... major scam!

I received an email what appeared to be from Amazon as an rewards member stating that I had been randomly selected and won a $1000 Amazon gift card. To obtain my prize to provide name, address, phone number, date of birth and gender. After completing that I was then redirected to several other websites with the same promise to receive the gift card to answer a survey, then to select an award gift and I would receive the gift card. After answering a long survey I was then prompted to do one more reward and when I did it prompted me again to obtain another reward. Seek to say I never received the Amazon gift card. I sent an email to the company atcontact@rewardzoneusa to voice a complaint and I called 1-888-780-3869 and received a voicemail.

It's a just 100 points...10 for sieverts or free trials that are a dollars to try then you get billed upwards of 100 dollars the next month for products that were 1 dollar...after you have done that you get a reward...a gift card, new phone, etc...but then it redirects you to an online scam where you pay 27 a months to earn 100 dollars a months without doing anything

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