(213) 446-0905 is a Student Loan Scam
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- Transcript Hey this is Donna calling about your federal student loan you requested help with you have been approved for adoption plans that include complete forgiveness please press 1 to be connected with our office or press 9 to pass on this offer and be removed.
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Most amazing service ever. Most of the calls have stopped, we can now enjoy family time without the phone ringing.— Linda, Nov 29th, 9:12am
Greatest invention since the phone. At last...dinner in peace. Had this installed months ago with noise and stress levels dramatically reduced. Highly recommend this to all family and friends. Thank you.— John H, Nov 29th, 9:17am
excellent! I have seen a steady DECREASE in the number of annoying robocalls, this service has cut the scammers calling my number by over 75%....AMAZING and I LOVE IT.— Chris, Nov 29th, 9:39am
Before Nomorobo we would get some 20-30 auto dialer calls a day. We had even gone so far to buy a phone that announces the caller's ID, so we wouldn't answer the 800 calls. But then the masked local calls started coming too. I seriously considered getting rid of our home phone. I am so happy with Nomorobo. This service has seriously saved me and my husband countless and daily aggravation.— Rebecca R, Nov 29th, 10:44am
Not only does the service work nearly flawlessly - no false positives I've been told about - but also it's simple to work with their helpful people to research and add new numbers that should be blocked. I'd be completely happy to pay for the service to make sure it stays online, yet they refused when I offered. Amazing.— , Nov 29th, 10:58am
I am so, so grateful to Nomorobo. You have restored peace and tranquility to my household. My wife and I have different phone lines, and she works from home. My phone used to ring all day long with unwanted calls and it was annoying to her. When I came home in the evening our dinners would invariably be interrupted by unwanted calls. Now I hear a short burst of a ring, and I smile and think, another frustrated spam call. Thank you, thank you, thank you. Where can I donate to your costs?— Peter B, Nov 29th, 11:13am
A few calls still get through because they are using fake IDs, but we get far fewer calls. Love the one ring and then silence notice that a call has been blocked.— Lu, Nov 29th, 1:55pm
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