Yesterday, I got a phone call from a man who said he got my name from Rival Casinos. He said they were about to be changing their deposit methods, and credit cards deposits would soon cease to exist. That was the last time I heard anything about the depositing process at Rival in our conversation. He then had me log on to the Binary Options Trading website, where he proceeded to teach me how to buy into stocks online--with a credit card, and telling me how easy all this is to do and that all it takes is a $25 deposit--and you can make that deposit with a prepaid credit card. He also said when you want to pull your money back out that they can put it directly back onto your card, forgive me for being a little slow, but I thought he was supposed to be showing me a new payment option, not trying to get my credit card info.? Anyway, it all sounded shockingly to good to be true, and if it is legit, it could be an extremely awesome way to invest small amounts of money for a quick turn around.I guess my question is this, why would Rival be giving out my info to a third party, and yes he even knew the sites at which I deposited.Just thought I would check to see if anyone else had gotten a phone call like this.