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Robocaller Warning!

(209) 881-4421 is a Robocaller

Do not answer.

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  • Call Activity Low Last detected 1 month ago

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Overtime the phone rings only once, we all smile and go back to our quiet meal

Wonderful!

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Perfect answer to those annoying phone calls that come at the most inconvenient times! Interesting that since I have had this service for nearly a year the number of calls have dropped off over the pat few months. Robocallers must be getting the message!

It's such a relief when the phone only rings once!!Many thanks for this great public service.

I love to hear those one ring calls stop dead in their tracks because you know its not someone you want to even be distracted by waiting for it to go to voice mail.Would be great if you could expand free service to other classes of calls no one wants: unidentified caller out of areaprivate caller blocked call specific number lists

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