I usually don't spout off when I get angry. Time for an exception.
Dear Marriott Insiders. Talk to your boss. I just got a robo-call from Marriott on my cell phone. It's on the no call list and I've never given you permission to call me. Do it again and you lose a Lifetime Platinum customer.
I didn't buy a phone in order to provide you with a marketing platform. STOP IT!
I, too, recently received a robo call purportedly from Marriott. I terminated the call when I recognized the phone number to be one assigned to a cellphone provider. Phone companies are assigned blocks of phone numbers. This number sequence (323-793-xxxx) is assigned to Verizion Wireless, my carrier and coincidentally is in the same sequence as my cellphone (323-793-xxxx). With today's technology, it is very easy to spoof a phone number.
The voice sounded a lot like "Lisa" from the Credit Card Services scam.
Thank you for bringing these calls to our attention. We understand the inconvenience and frustration of receiving these calls. Please visit the link below for a series of related Corporate Statements on the Marriot site News Center.
I assume that Robo calls are never on the up-and-up and that they all come from thieves. Therefore, I would never blame Marriott just because some crook claims he is calling from Marriott.
I have found that Marriott, whether I like a policy. or not, is an honest corporation and would never do anything that is intentionally dishonest.
I assume the opposite of all Robo -callers!