Numbers with this prefix were first introduced in 2000.While 6035466125 was originally issued with the info above, the owner of the phone number (603) 546-6125 may have transferred it through a process called porting.
Caller name: TripJoy, according to my Caller ID
Caller type: Unknown
"annie" left me a message.
I filled out a form at my wife's request at 6 flags. :-( Interesting that I have "won" -- term used very loosely-- but she has not been contacted yet. YET.
Either way, we've taken advantage of these free trips in the past with companies like these, in the name of getting a couple of nights away, and we've been successful and had good times at their expense. You just can't get sucked into the sales pitch, that's all. If you have stamina, go for it. Take your SO out to a nice resort for the weekend. But walk in STOLID and DEFINITE in your determination to NOT BUY ANYTHING, and DO NOT GIVE THEM your CC number.
(Besides, if you did have disposable income, and you really decided this was for you after you left... do you really think they wouldn't take your call the next Wednesday or Thursday for a sale? Come on.) Go and SAY NO.