- Report: #1058904
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Complaint Review: US Airlines
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US Airlines US AIRLINES IS NOT AN AIRLINE & NOTHING IS FOR FREE - BEWARE OF SCAMMERS Internet
*Author of original report: Believe what you want
*Consumer Comment: Promotional letter or travel voucher not a scam
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I received a letter from US Airlines, which is not an airline at all. The real airline is named US Airways. Anyway, there was no return address whatsoever on the form letter, so I knew immediately this company was a call center, probably with lots of minimum wage kids answering phone and reading off of scripts. I was curious so I called. Now, the letter states that I have qualified for two tickets and the value of this "award" is $1,198.00. I begsan to ask my own questions to this company, all whikle reading the complaints of others who have filed with Rip-Off reports,com. The gentlman on the other end became very defensive and refused to answer my questions about who they were and where they were located. I called him a scammer and a thief and hung up. Well, he contimued to call me back seven times, insisting that he is not a scam and I kept hanging up. They were secretive, rude and liers. Please do not fall for this letter. Remember what your mother taught you, nothing is free!!!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/13/2013 12:54 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/US-Airlines/internet/US-Airlines-US-AIRLINES-IS-NOT-AN-AIRLINE-amp-NOTHING-IS-FOR-FREE-BEWARE-OF-SCAMMERS-1058904. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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