702-331-8691

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  Pawn Stars, Las Vegas, Nevada
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  Pawn Starts
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  Pawn Stars Scam
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  Las Vegas
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  Scammer/Fraudster
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  Telemarketer
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Caller ID for (702) 331-8691:

NV

(702) 331-**** Phone Numbers

Landline
Near Las Vegas, Nevada
Issued by Cox Nevada Telcom, Llc - Nv

Numbers with this prefix were first introduced in 2010.

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User Complaints for (702) 331-8691

Caller name: pawn stars scam

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Recorded message saying you won VIP to pawn stars and then tells you need to call number back so they can put up $ 700 deposit but will get back in gifts. Its a scam by pawn stars people don't fall for it. Said we registered on valentines day wasn't in Vegas then.

- Anonymous
Florida

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[Reply]   April 1, 2014

Caller name: Pawn Stars, Las Vegas, Nevada

Caller type: Unknown

They've been calling for 4 months now. Pawns Star owner Rick, dad and son need to stop this practice. Not a good look for them! I'm sure they are making a bundle of cash from it.

- Monica Griffith
Oregon

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[Reply]   June 1, 2018

Caller name: Pawn Stars, Las Vegas, Nevada

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

called several times to an unpublished test number I have on the phone system.

- Anonymous
California

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[Reply]   April 26, 2018

Caller name: Pawn Starts

Caller type: Telemarketer

I didn't not answer. They left a voice mail saying I was a winner for a VIP tour for pawn start. To call 702-331-8691

- Anonymous
California

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[Reply]   September 19, 2017

Caller name: 7027818106

Caller type: Unknown

Received a call from this number today saying I won a VIP experience. I visited the Pawn Shop in LV back in May. Found it a bit odd that you had to fill out a card with your name and phone number when you parked. But I did it anyway. The people seemed like employees but I guess they weren't and are apparently the source of these phone calls. Don't know what the call is really about but Im not going to try it.

I'm surprised that they permit these people to do this on their property.

- Anonymous
New Jersey

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[Reply]   August 10, 2016

Caller name: Pawn Stars, Las Vegas, Nevada

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Exactly as has been previously been reported I got this same call....Spokeswoman said I won a vip package worth $800. 2 nights at the Plaza, 200 dining card and $100 slot play at Binions.

I waited for a bit and then I was told to get a pen and paper. She tells me I need to give a $199 deposit. I asked why. She said it was to reserve the dates. I told her that she was making no sense. I am reporting this and will not be apart of this such or any other scam

- Anonymous
Virginia

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[Reply]   January 15, 2016

Caller name: Las Vegas

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Ok so I just spent 15 minutes on the phone with these fine folks.

I missed to call, Googled it and found these complaints.

I called back. Spoke to someone who said I won a vip package worth $800. 2 nights at the Plaza, 200 dining card and $100 slot play at Binions.

I waited for a bit and then I was told to get a pen and paper. She tells me I need to give a $199 deposit. I asked why. She said it was to reserve the dates. I told her that she was making no sense. She told me if I didn't want the package, it would go to the runner up.

So I said how about I go tomorrow. Send me all the stuff and I'll go. She said I still needed to give them money.

I argued with her a it more. Then she put me on hold. Came back to tell me that I am now only getting a vip tour pass. I asked about the hotel package and she said I was qualified for that package but I only won the pass.

I asked why she was contradicting herself and she got testy. I asked if I was THE winner 2 minutes ago, how am I now only getting a pass?

Finally told her that I knew this was a scam. She denied it and said that it wasn't. I told her I haven't been in Vegas for 18 months.

I told her good luck with this scam. She got made and hung up.

Claimed it was TLC Vacation club.

- Bubbaj
New Jersey

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[Reply]   January 8, 2016

Caller type: Unknown

November 2015 same story as the above complaints. sounded almost like a time share pitch, but then as soon as the credit card was mentioned the conversation was over

- C Schwabe
Canada

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[Reply]   November 23, 2015

Caller name: Pawn Starts

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

I actually signed up for a free gift while in Vegas visiting Pawn Stars. Got called 2 weeks later saying I had won a trip to Vegas with all sorts of prizes. But first, of course, had to pay 200 dollars with credit card to reserve...Did not pay it. Scam...

- Anonymous
Illinois

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[Reply]   September 10, 2015

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Said I had recently entered to win something with VIP and Pawn Stars. Gave me a number to call back. Message did not repeat itself and hung up. Scam. We were in Vegas a year ago, but never visited Pawn Stars.

- Melissa
Florida

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[Reply]   August 21, 2014

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

I searched this number before calling the number given and found this link. Not falling for this c**p.

- Angrymotors
Minnesota

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[Reply]   August 13, 2014

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

She called with a list of things that I had "won" but then when I wouldn't give out my credit card number, she hung up.

- Thomas Kim
United States

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[Reply]   May 19, 2014

Caller type: Unknown

Some people just don't know how to listen... They are calling you because YOU filled out a card while you were in line at the Gold and Silver Pawn Shop or Rick's Restoration and asked to be entered into a drawing for a VIP Pawns Stars Tour and a VIP Tour of Rick's Restoration. That's how they got your name... You gave it to them! You actually did win 1 tix to a VIP tour or Pawn Stars and Ricks Restoration. There is no cost for that 1 ticket. If you had to buy that ticket they sell for $79.95 online . The accommodations, dining card, free slot play, free show tickets, and an additional VIP Pawns Stars Ticket are offered to you for free as a courtesy if you agree to take a 90 minute timeshare presentation. You obviously will need a place to stay in Vegas so that makes sense that they would offer that to you. Yes they require a deposit of $199 to secure the reservation, but more importantly to make sure you will actually show up to the timeshare presentation. After all, that is why they are giving you all this **** in the first place. When you do show up they will give you $100 cash back just for showing up! So, at the end of the day it will only cost you $99 out of pocket for what is a Great Deal for a few days in Vegas. Try pricing these items for yourself.... The cost would be outrageous! Timeshare companies offer you great stuff all the time and solicit you off the street everyday in Las Vegas. The cool part is they actually give you everything that they promise you. They are billion dollar companies and aren't going to risk their reputation over some stupid show tickets! However, you are required to live up to YOUR part of the bargin an sit through a timeshare presentation. So, if all the free gifts are worth your precious time, then just shut up, listen to the pitch, say no thanks, and enjoy the freebies. That is not a scam, it's actually clever good business.

- Nunya
California

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[Reply]   April 26, 2016

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