Reward Redemption Center Review

The auto dialer called me and said I won a $100 gift card. I called back the # to be put on DNC list, but they wouldn’t. Really bad language barrier, although all three people I talked to said they were physically located in Phoenix, AZ (yeah right! ) I called back again and played along. They say they needed me to pay $4.95 S&H & activation then they will mail me the gift card. I told them I’ll do cash on delivery. Not done that way. I told them to send me a written guarantee of payment. They said they would ASAP after I give them my card number. Then I told the guy, I hope they at least pay him well for having to try to scam people out of their money everyday, I’m recording the call, and reporting them. He hung up 🙂

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