If you received a spam phone call about a free cruise, you could be eligible for major money back

It's safe to say that if you have a cell phone, you've fallen victim to at least one spam call in your lifetime, be it someone claiming you've done money, a prize or even a vacation.

But what most people don't know is that while these calls are extremely annoying, sometimes they're actually illegal.

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Hey, it's your time and anonymity they're violating after all.

The most recent class action lawsuit being filed against one of these companies pertains to a call consumers received between July 2009 and March 2014.

A resort marketing group was making automated calls to phone numbers claiming to offer free cruises with three major cruise lines (Carnival, Norwegian Cruise and Royal Caribbean.)

The lawsuit states that those victimized by the phone calls could be eligible for up to a whopping $900 in cash as a result.

If you think you qualify for cash back, type your phone number here and file a claim by November 3, 2017.

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