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User Complaints for 855-879-8217
Caller name: Letter from Elise Warren/guest services manager
Same exact letter word for word rcvd 7-24-2013, stating I needed to call 855-879-8217 to claim 2 free airline tickets and hotel stay at marriot by 7-26-2013. this letter from Elise Warren/guest services manager.
US airlines must stand for " U Stupid " if you respond to this scam !
Got the same type letter the first thing popped up a red flag was "I am please to inform you that you have qualified for an award of " did not I won that's the first thing then who is US Airlines all of the companies ? then they said "previous attempts to reach you have been unsuccessful why ? not going for it
Caller name: Dana Cline?
Not USAir. Not Legit
If you look at the back there is a disclaimer and it says this is sponsered by G.V.N. in Clearwater FL. That address is to a private condo listed in tax records under Buckeye Holdings https://www.pinellas.county-taxes.com/public/real_estate/parcels/R16118/bills/6666027
Read more at http://www.callercenter.com/855-879-8217.html/3#YvgA8tqYE8HiUHw2.99
Caller name: Dana Kline
I got the letter like everyone else and I called back. Dana was (surprisingly) not available at the time but the person I was speaking with was MORE than happy to help me. I gave them the claim number and then started in with a bunch of questions of my own:
- what is your name?
- what is your last name?
- what is your address?
- what is the PHYSICAL address that you are at?
- how did you get my contact info?
Woman explained that I had purchased airline tickets in the past year and I told her "not with US Airlines" (I'll take the bait) and she said that US Airlines represents all of the airlines. So I asked her for the voucher code to be used with the airline of my choice. She wouldn't give it to me.
After a bunch more questions about her company like their vendor ID number she finally got frustrated and hung up on me
Called the number back after turning off caller ID on my iPhone (just in case) voice response identified the company as, "Vacation Tours", and excepts voicemail. Sounds like a scam to get you to buy vacation packages.... They try to lure you in with free stuff. Not unlike the time sharing scams of the 1980's.
NOTHING IS FREE....
Caller name: dana kline
same letter... on back there is a disclaimer that they are not US Airlines but "a major supplier". It's a time share/vacation gig. Airlines are free on their dates but you can pay the difference to go over a weekend. Then you are invited to their resort. If you "buy then you can stay there for the duration. If not then they put you up in a "comparable hotel". OR... you can CHOOSE to stay at their place and pay the reduce fees... so basically you are buying a vacation package but if you buy a time share you can stay there for free.... actually a nice different twist on telemarketing... so I sent the ex wife the letter...JK
Caller name: Letter in US Mail
Actually the letter says "Fly the US Airlines" not fly US AIR. On the back there is a disclaimer saying they have no connection with any companies listed on the letter. This is mail fraud because they don't have any of the federally required language telling the recipient they are selling something.
Caller name: letter only
Got the letter but never got the call at my 92 yr old mother's house. I havent used her address for the past 30 years.
Same old Krappe continues. I didn't call the number because I still have a brain.
Caller name: Dana Kline
Letterhead said "US Airlines"
No return address. Came in one of those "tear apart the edges" envelopes. I didn't call the number, since there were so many other fishy things about this "letter."
Letter stated that Dana Kline was pleased to inform me that I had qualified for two roundtrip tickets (valued up to $1398) and that they had attempted to contact me multiple times.
US Airlines is NOT US Airways. If you've received one of these letters, shred it.
Caller name: Helina
The person I spoke with said her name was Helina and her direct number was 877-313-3326, but the letter I received was from Dana Kline, 855-879-8217. Is there any way to stop these people from preying on folks with no access to the internet?
Obviously the mailer is a scam as US Airlines does not even exist! It's US Airways. Moron scammers! I feel like calling the number and just unloading on these rats, but won't waste my time. Don't be deceived by these hucksters - no real airline in this country just up and gives away $1400 in airline tickets.