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(774) 221-4353 is a Business Scam

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  • Transcript Tention business owner or manager fresh start processing calling you with an important announcement are you still paying way too much on your credit card processing fees do your fees give you that rollercoaster feeling every month take advantage of the government mandate and put the savings back in your pocket try our new unlimited processing unlimited transaction program for 1 flat fee no more surprises each month if you'd like to learn more about this program press $1.00 now on your keypad if you'd like to be removed from this calling list press 2.
  • Date Blacklisted July 12, 2018
  • Call Activity Low Last Blocked

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Best invention since caller ID!

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Love it, it stops 90% of the calls that I don’t want. Thanks

Best thing since sliced bread!! Thank you, thank you.

I like it but I still get some calls hopefully it will get better

Love ❤ it. One ring and there gone. Thanks!!

would wish it could stop call before the 1 ring on phone but otherwise very happy

I think it is a great step in reducing robocalls

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Robo-calls, meet the terminator.
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