Posted July 9th, 2009, 01:33 PM
Thanks! I put out my full name and cabin number. Not sure if thats a no no but I shall remove it.
We booked a cruise on NCL about 8 weeks ago, and we used a credit card in my husband's name that we had not used in a long time. Immediately, we began to get harassing phone calls from a telemarketer in Kingston, Jamaica, who called herself "Mrs. King," probably not her real name. We could not block her phone calls because they were from overseas. She called us at all hours of the day and night, and was trying to sell us balloons, flowers, and other junk for our cabin on the NCL Spirit. The only way we could escape her was to take our phone off the hook every night before we went to sleep, and replace it in the morning. Otherwise, she woke us up at all hours. She is obviously a disturbed person. We think NCL has shared our info with her. We think they have certain affiliates with whom they share customer info. Has anyone else had an experience like this? I wrote to NCL and complained, but I have never heard back from them--no acknowledgment, no apology.That's horrible!
I just attempted to pre register (it's mandatory)with my NCL cruise and the website that they want me to use is NOT ENCRYPTED. I'm stunned by this, as they want my passport numbers and a lot of personal information. Can you believe this? I sure hope that they have an alternative available, because in this day & age, that's ridiculous! Maybe you'll tell me not to be paranoid, but I once had a key logger attempt to steal $1800 from my account online, so I am NOT going to risk this.Oh Brother, look behind you...BOO !!!
well if he gives you his extension at NCL and you call the main number and are transferred to him...do you think he works there or is it like Charade and you can only call during lunch hour(you have to remember the movie to know what I mean)
but thanks for the heads up
Click on the little red warning triangle in the top right corner of the post in question and ask the moderators to remove the relevant details from your post.Cool! As I was reading along I was wondering what the answer was going to be. I didn't know about that little red warning triangle either ... that's for the tip.
I realize that a few recently-registered members have offered their assistance to you, claiming to be NCL Employees. Since you have NO WAY OF ACTUALLY VERIFYING their employment with any cruise line and anyone can lay claim to to being even the King of England if they want, PLEASE DO NOT POST your personal information on the boards.I currently work for Norwegian Cruise Line and it is actually quite easy for anyone to have an employee verified by calling the general number on the website and asking the rep to look them up in Outlook, the email program we use. Also, all of our emails end in @ncl.com.
We aren't trying to discredit anyone who actually does work at NCL. But they must understand the venue in which they are participating.....anonymous. I'm sure they are really only trying to help, but offers of "customer service" really don't belong on this forum, and would only encourage those who aren't sincere in posting in a copycat manner.
It is of the utmost importance that EACH AND EVERY ONE of you guard your personal information VERY carefully when posting on these, as well as other, message board forums.Is there any way that CC can build into their application to join, both at the top and the bottom, a warning that at no time should the applicant's actual email address be used within a message.
Was wandering if any one who stayed in cabin 9002 forward or penthouse in very back in 8130 did they hear any noise from bar/bowling alley which is directly below this roomSo, did you ever get a reply to your question?
i posted my reservation number do you think i should be worried about that call ncl and let them know possibly change the number or am i okay?Don't ever post your reservation number on ANY boards..I sent my cabin number to roll call last year for a cruise we were going on and the roll call person very nicely deleted it for privacy reasons..
I am seeing many more posters supplying their surnames in posts; they obviously have not read up on posting guidelines. And yes, still the old problem of giving their proper email address instead of "whoever at gmail dot com".I've given that suggestion only to be attacked by someone. You don't what to follow the suggestion, don't. By don't complain when unwanted trouble suddenly shows up at your door (or computer).
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