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THESE JERKS CALL EVERY DAY AND HANG UP !
ME
 Apr 22nd, 2009
"Free" Las Vegas vacation. You can scream at them and they still call back.A bunch of @sswipes
Nancy
 Jul 03rd, 2008
Got call w/ part of recorded sales message of no interest to me.
Kenneth_C
 Jun 28th, 2008
Utah, Weber county. getting several calls. usually hanging up.
heyhowsitgoing
 Jun 06th, 2008
Las Vegas Vacation Authority... According to Bob Dunkin, the man who claims to be in charge of Customer Service at 866-962-4415, the company is a sole prorietorship (but he would not provide the name of the sole proprietor) and the man in charge of the telemarketing is Glen Zell (who is conveniently unreachable). I guess Mr Dunkin is the guy to call if you have a compaint about the telemarketing. Next after that, just file a complaint with the FCC everytime you hear from these people: https://esupport.fcc.gov/form1088/consumer.do
Buster
 May 09th, 2008
Trying to Sell a Las Vegas Vacation Scam starting with a Pre-recorded message that does not identify the name of the Company originating the call or the phone number for that company (I believe that's a violation of telemarketing law). When I got a representative on the line, once we got past the pitch to control the conversation and upon being pressed hard, he identified the Company as "Las Vegas Vacation Authority" with a phone number of 866-962-4415. That phone number turns up a website for V.I.P. Fun Vacations Las Vegas, 7580 Las Vegas Blvd. Suite 555, Las Vegas, NV 89123. I can find no information about a company with that name registered with the Nevada Secretary of State... The contact information for the website domain is Contactprivacy.com, 96 Mowat Ave, Toronto, ON M6K 3M1, 416-538-5457. The deeper one digs, the less one finds. Filed a complaint with the FCC, Suggest you do too: https://esupport.fcc.gov/form1088/consumer.do
Buster
 May 06th, 2008
i'm so sick of these las vegas, credit card and auto warranty places calling even though on the dnc list.
lately though, it's vegas. wish whatever happened in vegas would [literally] stay there.

they bugged me so much on a new cell phone i bought- 3 times in 10 minutes!! new # also, that i called and let them have it.

1-866-479-2873 i think the # was.
marc
 Apr 25th, 2008
these people keep calling me even after i tell them to stop
Pam
 Apr 15th, 2008
FREE VEGAS VACATION
BILL
 Apr 08th, 2008
Every time I receive these calls, I am going to post detailed reports so "Big Brother" you might as well cease and desist, now. I am sick and tired of having my family messed with, and won't take this lying down so kiss my @$$ "Big Brother"!
By the way, "Big Brother", I have already shared this information, about my son's dad, my son, and these calls, with a lot of people, who run a lot of their own e-mail lists, forums, conference calls, radio shows, and television shows.

I won't sugarcoat the report on 202-607-2952, this time so here it is:

Today the phone rang at 12:18PM Pacific time. I called it from a blocked number, and a recording said to push a key, to be removed. This was an attempt, to trick me into pushing a key. I had never received calls which came up as Las Vegas, from Washington, DC, until after my son was lured, and mysteriously disappeared from our home, to Reno, Nevada, via the internet. Now I constantly receive these calls.
Yesterday, at 5:16, on April 3rd, 2008, I received a call from 202-607-2952, that came straight from Washington, DC. It came up as Las Vegas Vacat. A recording wanted me to press a key. Probably so they can bug, tap, or trap my phone line, by the key being pressed. I think it was some "Big Brother" kind of agent. My son's dad was involved with the CIA. He was mysteriously lured, to a city in California which is not far from Reno, Nevada, and murdered. "Big Brother" is really pissing me off!

Sally
Sally
 Apr 05th, 2008
Today the phone rang at 12:18PM Pacific time. I called it from a blocked number, and a recording said to push a key, to be removed. This was an attempt, to trick me into pushing a key. I had never received calls which came up as Las Vegas, until after my son was mysteriously lured from our home, to reno, Nevada, via the internet. Now I constantly receive them.
Yesterday, at 5:16, on April 3rd, 2008, I received a call from 202-607-2952, that came straight from Washington, DC. It came up as Las Vegas Vacat. A recording wanted me to press a key. Probably so they can bug, tap, or trap my phone line, by the key being pressed. I think it was some "Big Brother" kind of agent. My son's dad was involved with the CIA. He was mysteriously lured, to a city in California which is not far from reno, Nevada, and murdered. "Big Brother" is really pissing me off!

Sally
Sally
 Apr 05th, 2008
This number is for a "complimentary Las Vegas getaway". If you call it, someone answers and asks for your phone number.

I've called back a few times already.
Rex
 Apr 02nd, 2008

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