Caesars/MGM/Hilton Vacation Club Imposter

Man called saying he was from the Caesars/MGM/Hilton vacation club. Offered me 3 nights luxury hotel stay, dinner at a steakhouse, $500 food credit, and a discount card for $399. When I balked, he added a 5 day cruise to the Bahamas. When I was still hesitant, he upgraded the cruise and increased the food credit. I told him I had to talk with my wife about it and had him call back later. When I told him I was not interested because I thought it was a scam to get my credit card, he said I was wasting his time and hung up. I think this was a scam to get a credit card number. Do not fall for this scam. If it sounds too good to be true, it is.

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