Free trip to Florida Scam

Received a call on 2/10/17 at 4:48PM. Message stating a free trip to Florida and free Disney tickets, etc. Then the question "Do you hear me OK". Without thinking replied "Yeah", then remembered seeing the scam on the news some time back. I then ended the call. The caller ID stated Kansas City, MO, with as number of 816 759 8661. Concerned on what I should do next, should they call back to say I ordered some service or whatever?

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