From what I gather this call is from wyndham resorts g_n_c travel
I don't trust your answer, and I don't understand your blank defense!!
Just got a call and when I answered no one would speak. They hung up.
No, I never indicated that I wanted to be called by them. In fact, I NEVER indicate that I want to be called.
call after call no message, no name, no answer from me.my number is on the NO CALL list..
Just got a call from here minutes ago, and they've called before. I don't answer numbers I don't know, and they don't leave a message. Gotta love iOS 7 though right? I'll just block your number.
Recently signed up for Wyndham rewards card and now this crap starts. Guy wanted to know if I was more of a beach person or a mountain person. I lied and said we don't travel. He asked if we did not recently stay at a Wyndham hotel and I said yes, on business. He offered me a free "vacation" and I told him NO THANK YOU. He asked if we wouldn't want to get away for a couple of days and I said NO. He didn't know what to do with my responses so said "Have a good one" and hung up. I have friends that have endured time share sales pitches on these so called "free" vacations. Chinese water torture would be a pleasure compared to these high pressure sales meetings. No, my friends.......nothing is free! There is a heavy price to pay for taking them up on these offers. Maybe you think you are strong enough to say NO to the sales pitch and benefit from the free trip, but trust me......DON'T DO IT!!!!! you'll be sorry if you do!
Got a call from this number & caller identified himself as so-and-so from GMC Vacations
I finally answered their repeated calls a couple of weeks ago, and politely told them that I wasn't interested. I received a call today (again) from this number! So irritating!
Calls to cell phone, no message; now blocked.
Tired of these calls, 5 calls in 4 days, finally someone on the line when I answered. When I said take me off calling list, they hung up.
This number belongs to a company called GMC. They do sign-up calls for the hotel chain Wyndham.
B_______+T I never have stayed at any of the property s. More than likely another scam
Just got a call from them a bit ago on my cell while at work. Said that they were calling people in the area and the first few to answer had one a prize. Said I would have to come in to get it, they said 0900 and hung up lol. didn't leave an address or anything. I usually don't answer for strange numbers but was waiting for Chinese food delivery lol. fun times.
The caller ID said Gmc Vacations (according to Current Caller ID app for Android) so I did not answer the phone. I have stayed at a Wyndam recently, so that could be where they got my number.
Please do not solicit my phone or me again... I make $20,000 a yr and barely get by yet alone be interested on buying a time share at this point in time. Thanks
Now lets be fair.
He didn't make you pull over and take the call.
You could have not pulled over and not answered, waited until later to call back, or simply ignored it (or ignore and research, which is my favorite option for unfamiliar phone calls).
Also, you being on the DNC list is made null and void IF (and only if) you did stay at a hotel and signed up to receive special offers, even if you didn't know about it. Typically, this is done as you're checking into the hotel, and can very easily be missed.
I just had a missed call and hang-up on voicemail from this number. I have NEVER stayed at a Wyndham or any of their properties. I would have no reason to set up an account with them or any other hotel company . However, if they are going to continue to call my cell, maybe I will take them up on a mini-vacation. Yea, my salary is over $75k (in my dreams!)
Got a call tonight Thanked me for staying at one of their Hotels.
The had the date and what facility I stayed at.
So the hotels are selling your name and phones numbers.
Stated they had a great vacation 3 nights and 4 days and
could save me money. Had a list of city and states to visit.
From Orlando, Brandson, Tn, Virginia, etc.
Could save me up to 70% on my trips.
I'm on the do not call list. When I'm driving I don't need some crook calling me and making me pull off the road to answer their call's.
This # calls me at all hours of the day and never leaves a messages, sometimes they call over 8 times in one day. I have no idea who it is
Just received a call from this number and didn't answer. They didn't leave a message and so I called the number back. It is Wyndham Resorts calling with an 'exclusive offer' The lady was very polite but asked me to give her my number as it didn't pop up in their system when I called. Uh, yeah. Not happening, sweetie. Going online now to edit my Wyndham rewards account to make sure it opts out of sales calls. If it happens again, I'll file a report. Who actually buys crap from people who randomly call them?!
I know someone that works at the time share company, it is totally legit. The deals are good, and they don't leave messages, the only reason you get the calls is because you stayed at one of their properties and marked you wanted to be notified of any special offers, hence the phone call... it has nothing to do with GOdaddy.
I received a phone call on my cell phone, and I called back. It is Wyndham Resorts calling about vacation packages. I stayed at one of their hotels, and I guess they are using the number to call me. I asked her to take my number off the list, and she said she did. I hope so!
Promotion for Wyndham (hotel).
Not a robot, because I said "hello" and it interrupted her and she said "yes can you hear me?"
Legit it seems but annoying.
not going to answer
i have been getting calls from this number lately, enough to make me look up the number online. they have never left a message before, but this time i have 9 seconds of dead air on my voicemail. if this is wyndham hotels, thats pretty f****d up and i will try to avoid staying at any hotels associated with them in the future.
STOP F****NG CALLING ME!!
Just had a missed call from this number. Tried to return and could not connect. Folks, my wife (prior to our marrige) got duped by Wyndham for two time shares. PLEASE hear what I say. Do not buy anything from them. Period. These people are snakes, no other way to discribe them. Every time we have used our "time" we have endured a sales pitch. One trip, they said they wanted to talk to us about refinancing the timeshare. Their idea was to tell us they were refinancing while sneaking in an additional $17,000 of their useless points. Their process is to wear you down.
They had us in an office on our four day vacatioin for over six hours while our children were stuck in the room. And repeatedly I explained we were 100% not interested in purchasing any more of their product. The sales "lady" (I use the term loosely) reassured us that the only additional cost would be $1000 closing costs, which I was ok with to save on the 19% interest rate they had sold to my wife. Folks that's like buying a really nice car on a high interest credit card, that you only get to drive one week a year.
When the actual closer (licensed individual) was pushing the paperwork through to seal the deal I caught their lies. He is required by law to clearly explain the deal. He did it quickly and tounge and cheek, but there it was... "New Purchase of $17,000..." To make a long story short, I called them everything but white people and physically ripped the documents to shreads right at his desk.
Wyndham would take every penny of your income and leave you and your childeren to starve and be homeless as long as they make a sell. DO NOT BUY Wyndham. Google Wyndham Timeshares and see for yourself what others, countless others are saying about them.
same message as my comment on 6 September 2013. i did not answer the phone. If this is Wyndham resorts, i would not buy anything from them because of the irresponsible way they are conducting business.
call to my cell phone, which is on the Do Not Call List. No caller ID. I did not answer. Have rec'd several calls from this number. None answered. If it is Wyndam, then they are liars, as when i checked into a Wyndham a year or so ago, they said they wanted my cell phone number ONLY for an emergency.