|Sprint pulling a calling scam?
||[Nov. 28th, 2007|07:34 pm]
Wireless Industry News
ok, just minutes ago, a woman with an Indian accent identified herself as an agent of Sprint (866-463-3021), and said don't worry, the call wouldn't cost me, and informed me that Sprint was currently rewarding some of their best customers with a free cell phone. I immediately asked for how long, and she said yes, for a two year contract. It sounded like they were offering free service too, so I asked if it was totally free and she said yes. I think she didn't understand my question about it being totally free. I must assume she was merely talking about the phone. She did mention that it would be for a new line, separate from the one I have now. That's why I kept asking if everything was free. Anyway, exactly after she guaranteed it was free, the connection was lost. So I call back and of course it's a recording. |
Anyone else get one of these calls?