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About (702) 749-**** Phone Numbers
Numbers with this prefix were first introduced in 2011.While 7027493838 was originally issued by the company above in the location mentioned, the owner of the phone number (702) 749-3838 may have transferred it through a process called porting.
User Complaints for 702-749-3838
While driving between las vegas and Laughlin, a radio show had a "contest" that asked you to call in to win a prize if you knew the answer to a trivia question. When I called in to answer the question, instead of a disk jockey answering the phone, it was a recording "if you are coming into las vegas, press 1" "if you are leaving las Vegas, press 2". I hung up at that point, realizing that it was a marketing scam. About a week after returning home, I started receiving phone calls on my cell phone, telling me that I had won a trip to las vegas. I never stayed on the phone to find out how I had "won" or what I had to do, give them, sit through, etc. The first time, i lied and told them I had no idea who called them, just got the phone, etc. The very next day, received another call - told them somebody had already contacted me and I couldn't go due to health problems.I am continuing to receive calls, even after 9 pm. Seriously annoying!
Was in Vegas over weekend and called radio show to answer a trivia question. Phone went straight to telemarketer so I hung up. I don't deal with telemarketers too kindly. The number just called my cell so let it go straight to voice mail. No msg left.
I called for the radio contest on a trip to Vegas. They try to get you to go to a seminar I told them no. It was supposed to be be a radio contest to win a prize, no prize just want you to attend seminar to get a trip anywhere you want to go. Even after I told them I wasn't interested they are still calling. Getting on my nerves, nothing but a SCAM as far as I'm concerned.
Caller name: Unknown
I've been getting calls and not answering. Did not leave a message. Finally answered and it was a gruff sounding guy who completely mispronounced my name. He said his name was Jim Davis?? Very very creepy
Ive been getting calls from this number for a few weeks now and am extremely annoyed since they call almost every day and sometimes twice. Haven't answered the phone yet, I first googled the number and saw all these reports about it being strange calls about winning trips to Vegas, I have no idea how they got my info. Wish I could block them but my phone carrier doesn't provide that at no charge. I'll have to just hope it stops soon!
Same as above--I made the mistake of calling into a radio show on the way to Vegas. Keep offering a "free trip to Vegas." They have been calling me up to 6 times a day, I've answered 3 times and have spoken to three different people telling them I am not interested and to stop calling. They are still calling, leaving no voicemails. Extremely annoying.
I had just gotten this phone number when I switched from Verizon to Sprint. I've never been to Vegas, nor have I ever called a radio contest on this phone before, but they were telling me that whoever had the phone number before me had called their radio contest and the number qualified me for a free trip to Vegas, hotel and flight paid for a 3 day, 2 night weekend at whichever hotel I wanted to stay at. I decided to hear out what I had to do, and they told me they'd need credit card information to verify my identity. When I told them I don't have any credit cards, they tried to get me to sit in on a seminar, most likely for time share c**p, and when I said I wasn't interested the woman got all pissy and said "fine, bye".
I started getting calls from this number on 1/28/2015. I Haven't gone to Vegas in years nor entered any radio contests recently. Like everyone else, I've been getting calls daily, sometimes multiple times a day. I haven't answered any call from this number because I don't have the patience to deal with sales calls. The fact that they'd call daily and not leave a voicemail gave it away.
This is the "Director of Promotions" from The Jockey Club in Las Vegas, Nevada. Offering two "free" trips to vegas with comp money, free show tickets, etc. BUT they want you to pay $149 by CREDIT CARD over the PHONE, which will be returned after you watch a timeshare presentation and at the end of your stay. When I asked for something in writing he declined. I call SCAM.
So I went to a Lakers game in November time frame. This was my first time at a game. They asked to fill out a survey to win free tickets and sure enough....
2- 3 days later I started to get calls everyday throughout the day. After ignoring these calls, they stopped about 2 months after. NOW they are going through old phone lists and started calling me last week. It is annoying, because this is how low people will go to earn a d**n paycheck. Calling people whether they are getting off work or going into grave yard shift. Have some respect a$$#013$!
Same story as the rest of them. Called for the stupid contest thing and it was actually for some kind of tour of some place. They wanted you to do a 90 minute tour in exchange for some kind of show tickets. I didn't pick up the tickets or go to the tour. Now they are calling me. Jerks. Luckily I have an app on my phone that will politely hang up on them every time they call. SPAM!
I signed up for a survey and one of the questions was actually about Las Vegas and how often I travel. Two hours later I received a phone call from this number about a new(ish) hotel/time share called the jockey club. Said I could have an entire stay free at any of several hotels, plus $100 in dinner card, $100 in gambling card, $100 in visa card, not pay form my hotel stay or any hotel surcharges. They asked only that I sit through a 120 minute seminar and take a tour of hotel. I would sit through a seminar since you get all of that free stuff and still say no to buying a timeshare, I did it while at Disney world. ANYWAY, they asked for a $99 deposit to secure my reservation. That is when I told them I needed to talk with my husband. Was actually going to stay with a friend who has a TS with Jockey Club in February, but the dates were booked at the time. I don't think it is a scam, but I will not pay over the phone with a credit card from someone cold calling me.