571-364-0232 / 5713640232
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Reported phone calls from 571-364-0232
Phone number was last reported on: Mar 4, 2014
Daily nuisance, non-human 'avatar' bot phoning with a sales pitch for Caribbean Cruise Lines. When callee asks for a "live"/ "real" person, avatar answers with "..I AM a "live" person".. (lol)
This newest version of invasive and aggressive telemarketing practices eliminates the harassed person's ability to phone back and complain, opt-out (officially) from future contact, and/ or reiterate ones disinterest in what they're selling. The automated dialling avatar disconnects the call when one doesn't answer the invasive questions ".. do you have a valid debit card/ credit card in your name"..?)
. Not being able to reach a live person/ supervisor translates into the nuisance calls/ voice-mails/ texts and emails continuing. Phoning back doesn't help because "Jennifer", the auto-bot/ avatar disconnects the call.
I reverse-looked-up the phone number online 571.364.0232 and the Better Business Bureau showed the numerous complaints against this company and offered Caribbean Cruise Lines Corporate Office number 800.586.6693. I phoned and asked for a supervisor, explaining the harassing avatar calls. I fully expected them to deny any involvement but to my surprise, he stated that the avatar is an integral part of their marketing program.. as if there was nothing wrong with what they are doing.
I explained that all of the other nuisance calls at least supply an "opt-out" option, if the callee requests that all contact cease, typically that request is granted (that goes double when the person is on the Do-Not-Call list). The Federal Trade Commission says tat legit companies offer an opt-out and those that do not are breaking the law.. it's as simple as that.
This company's choice to disallow the harassed an opportunity to opt-out of future contact (not to mention that they are literally hiding their contact information so the public can't locate them) translates into Caribbean Cruise Lines being as slippery as a bag of snakes who harass and abuse the general public.
Word to the wise:
Online accounts ask repeatedly for all of us to offer-up a mobile number (theoretically so the password can be re-set or an account can be verified-kind of thing) but this is where the problem begins. Whether it's PayPal, eBay, Amazon.com, Tradesy, ETSY, Yahoo Answers, Photobucket, Facebook..or any other account.
Accounts are hacked and we are all repeatedly victimised when/ if we agree to supplying a phone number as well as email address when we open a new account of any variety. Over 400k people signing into Yahoo Answers had accounts hacked a while back.
Secondly, do yourselves a favour and register with the National Do-Not-Call registry. It only takes a second. After which, any/ all SPAM calls, voice mails, texts and emails can easily be reported, investigated properly (and hopefully stopped).
Federal Trade Commission- National Do-Not-Call-List registry:
The responsible companies are supposed to check the Do-Not-Call list prior to contacting anyone/ everyone. Only the scammers and frauds/ shysters skip this step.
Complaints from the public = forcing them to stop.
Caller Type: Telemarketer
When picking up the phone the recording said its a veteran charity and to press one for more information. It's a scam. I worked for the Military for 28 years Military Charities are not run this way and do not make phone calls. This is a scam asking for money by appealing to your compassion for the Military. There are plenty of legitimate Military Organizations authorized by the Military Chain of Command that help the Military, this telemarketing scam is not one of them.
Caller Type: Telemarketer
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