I think you're right, Christina, I stay a lots of Hiltons but have never received a marketing(?) call from Hilton. Many from their affiliated companies tho. My fave was a lady who thought I should buy a condo on Central Park right beside the Plaza (an idea which had lots of appeal; we frequently visited Manhattan). After lots of questions, I realized that the project hadn't even broken ground yet. She got quite huffy when I told her only an idiot would buy something that was still in the planning process. I don't think I've ever received another call from Hilton Whomever.Is this really Marriott or a vacation club or a scammer pretending to be Marriott? I stayed at two Marriotts last year and thankfully have not received a spam call from them. I do get the calls from the "IRS" about all those arrest warrants out for me......,
Oh Rachel from Card Services robocalling for years. IMy two most hated ones are calls from India telling me that my "Microsoft operating system" needs to be repaired and the lady from "The credit card company," wanting I know not what, because I hang up as soon as I hear her cheery voice. NoMoRobo is a pretty effective system. It rejects anywhere from five to ten calls a day for me.
Spectrum (aka Charter or Time Warner Cable) is most definitely VoIP. Anything other than POTS (Plain Old Telephone Service) from your local phone company is VoIP, including phone service from your cable company, or phone service delivered by fiber by your phone company (such as Verizon FiOS, AT&T Fiber, etc.).
Copper wire service refers to the lines that come into the building, not what is wired into the walls.