Supposedly a survey about a stay at a Holiday Inn Express (that I don’t even remember), transferring me to a “reward” for my loyalty, a 4 day 3 night vacation of my choice to Orlando for ONLY $199 and if I sit in on a 2 hour vacation rental presentation, they will give me $100 back so my whole stay is only $99. While the woman was pleasant enough (she claimed she’s from the Caribbean) and we chatted about the weather, she got pushy and started talking over me when I was telling her I wasn’t interested. When I said no, she mentioned I only need to be over 23, have a credit card and not be involved in a bankruptcy. I said no again and she told me that should I want to visit Disney World in the future it will cost me over $600, did I understand that? I finally had to get snippy and hang up on her to get off the phone. Now I’m just hoping I didn’t fall for one of the scams where you say yes and they can scam you just from that! I gave her no information, but now I’m second guessing what I did or didn’t say. And this is why I usually never answer the phone unless it’s someone I know. I think I’ll go back to that policy.