561-424-0845- Did this number call you? If yes, leave your comment/complaint below.
Phone number: 561-424-0845 is located in Boynton Beach, Florida.
Its exchange 424 is managed by FLORIDA DIGITAL NETWORK, INC..
The number is currently on switch number FTLDFLWADS1.
Around 37% of people reported it as "Scammer/Fraudster".
You are the 16th person to search for it here.The number has a total of 27 complaints filed against it.
Latest people reported the number as that of "Carribean Cruisses, Callercenter"
Beware of these scammers! I got a call from Eric through this number and he practically screamed I won an all-expense paid vacation to Bahamas! And it all sounded so great that we started talking about where I'd be staying, if I get a tour around the place, too, and for how long I'd be there. He got me so excited that when he suggested I could get a vacation extension in Florida for 4 days plus a round-trip airline tickets for $900, I didn't think twice and grabbed the deal. I gave him my debit card and got my confirmation number.
It was already about 4 hours later when I realized the call was suspicious. I was so excited I forgot to ask How I won the prize when I NEVER joined any contest or dropped an entry.
So I called my bank and the rep told me my account has been drained! Until now, I'm disputing the charge.
Oh my God! I gave the man my information so he could confirm it was me. He even asked for my bank details but I told him I'd discuss it with my husband first and he could call me back later at 6pm. Are you sure?!!! This number called me up an hour ago and I came to this post when I looked up this phone number.
Good heavens! I'm glad I got my computer!
Nasty people. Pushing cruise scams (Caribbean?). I called and asked to be taken off their solicitation list because they call my cell phone leaving VM's. The very loud, obnoxious girl that answered the phone told me my phone was registered to someone else...I think she was just phising for more personal info. She started off yelling, was very rude and I finally hung up.
This is a SCAM!!! They have been calling me for months, so I finally typed this number in google to see what appeared!! Glad I did!! When they called me again this evening I told them that I wanted to be taken off of their list and that I heard their cruise was a scam and the man got angry and raised his voice. After I told me to again, take my name off the list he continued with questions about my profession. I finally ended the conversation with hanging up.
What is wrong with people?!?! Get a REAL job and quit taking other people's hard earned dime!!!
These scammers first send you a letter package with almost real looking tickets and a letter stating that I won a free trip for two to the Carribbean and state that all I have to do is call them back and confirm my information they have been calling now for atleast 2 years Dont give them the time of day dont even answer the phone
I first received a letter in the mail stating that I had won two free round trip tickets and all I had to do was tour some travel facility. I was extremely suspicious, and before I could reply I was transferred to the Caribbean Cruise line where I had apparently won a free two night cruise as well.. All I had to do was give my credit information to secure my winnings. I never gave any information because I learned that if is too good to be true, it probably isn't. Whatever this company is, it is a large scam, and if they have contacted you, then they already know too much about your personal information. DO NOT give them any of your financial information, and hang up as soon as possible. When I called back to be taken off their call list, they answered the phone addressing me by my last name which tells me they track and trace all calls. Very scary!
I received a follow up call about a cruise for 2 for $589 bogo on airplane tickets $50 towards the casino 7 days if rental car and hotel also plus paying for breakfast, lunch and dinner to good to be true so I talked to my husband and called a friend to get there opinion well they was right I googled the phone number and its the same as everyone else is complaining about these people will be caught and go to h**l for this these people are scammers don't fall in there trap
This was the 2nd call I got like this only from a different number. this was a 2 people 7days/6nights trip for $536. Two for on airfair or if I drove to Florida myslef they wuld give me $100 for gas. Lady as nice but I told her I had to ask my husband because he's at work she wanted to do a three-way call. I asked if I could call herback an she said NO THIS IS A ONE TIME DEAL!! so I put the phone on mute and heard everything she said. She was talking with some other lady about how hot it is and that all she needed was to make one more sale to pay her rent. I answered and asked her how I got registered to win a free cruise? she said its cuz I bought dishes at the end of the year or bought something else that automatically signed me up. WTF?? all lies and I hung up. the number called back and let my husband anser it but they didn't answer. Please dont give out any info to these people. all they want is ur money and run with it.
They are a pain to get off the mailing list. They keep calling for a stupid cruise. I gave a fake name and I mess with them, but its still annoying.
Eventually I will find their address and sue them under Canada's do not call laws, when it comes under force. The fun thing is I can sue them at $100 per instance once it comes into force.
I did some research on this so-called company to find a phone number. Their corporate office number is 561-364-4140. A woman answered and I said I needed to speak with the head idiot to have my number removed from their calling list. She put someone on the phone (I'm assuming he was the head idiot--which cracked me up as I honestly did ask for the "head idiot"). I told him I needed their head idiot to remove me from their list and stop calling me. I told him I was receiving several calls a week from the number 561-424-0845 with the ID of Caribbean Cruises. He confirmed that was their company. He claims that I must have first called them (LIE!) or they wouldn't be calling me. I said no, I never called them and I am on the Do Not Call list. He said he'd remove my number from their list. So call the corporate office at 561-364-4140 and ask for the head idiot and have him remove your number. I swear I'm a nice person, but these people pushed me over the edge.
I agree with everyone this is a scam. 2 months ago i called a 1-800# that was announced on the radio and the guy explained what the deal was, I asked him for a website so i can review the info and he wouldn't give me one. He said all legitimate companies do not have to verify themselves. I told him I am not giving my credit card to anyone over the phone without checking them out. Then I got a call today from this number, (which tells me they saved my number from their caller ID as if I ok'd them to call me again) i asked for their website and the person's name, which was nicole. she gave me a website http://www.grandcaribbeancl.com/ which only has pictures on it, but no phone number listed or ways to book anything. I then searched for this website on the BBB and even though they are not registered with the BBB they still have a "F" rating due to the numerous complaints received. My suggestion, go with well known cruise companies or travel agents and avoid this shady deal at all cost!
I never answer calls that are not added to my contact list.. I have found in the past that once you answer any call you do not recognize then you start receiving calls from many unknown numbers.. My advice to all is never answer numbers you do not recognize and always google or bing the numbers so you know that they are bogus and also by not answering you save yourself the hassle of any conversation or the listening of any recording.. I found this is the safest and most secure way to keep from being a target for all the scammers whom are out to rip off anyone they can..
Several weeks ago I attempted to call my insurance company which uses an 800 number but I accidentally dialed 888 instead and my call went to a company which stated I had won a cruise to the Bahamas and I proceeded to have a lengthy conversation with a pushy, loud and fast talking gentlemen with a New Jersey accent. As I was talking with him about my "prize " I googled the name of the cruise line and I also looked them up on the Florida Better Business Bureau. On the web, I found a complete breakdown, nearly word for word, description of the sales pitch and some warnings about doing business with them. When I started to read my findings to the salesmen, he quickly became irritated and asked me to hold for his supervisor. To my surprise (hardly) it was an even more aggressive, loud, fast talking man with a similar New Jersey-type accent who repeatedly made lame excuses for his poor Internet criticism and interrupted me frequently when I spoke. I ended the conversation basically by telling him that I don't feel safe doing business with them.
Then yesterday and today, I received a call from Fl, USA. Yesterday the caller said, "good morning is this ---------?", he used my first name. I didn't say yes or no but instead asked, "how may I help you?" The caller repeated his question and I repeated my question. He then hung up. Today, the caller called back, but I wasn't able to take the call. When I looked up the number on the web, I read that this number is associated with a company using a prize of a free cruise to the Bahamas to possibly scam people. It seems like the company I dealt with initially may have it out for me. They must have recorded my name and number in their data base. What they intend to do with it remains to be seen but it appears they wish to harass me. If I had it to do over again, the moment the man on the other line said stand by as we transfer your call as you have just won a trip to the Bahamas, I should've hung up the phone! Now, I have to have a conversation with this company and report them to the BBB of Florida.
Next time they call and give you their name, tell them that you are at an active homicide investigation and ask the person how well they knew you and that you playing the detective would like their address so you can have the police from where every they are from come and talk to them. Normally gets them to hang up on you and quit calling. lol