(818) 824-8532 is a Utility Scam
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- Transcript This message is provided by the Department of utility services right now homeowners can take advantage of up to 10000 dollars worth of funds provided by the state to help with energy efficient upgrades to their home to find out which projects are covered by the funding and to apply before the deadline press one press 9 to be removed.
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- Call Activity Last detected 3 months ago
Just last week, 12,159 people got Nomorobo protection!
Trying to stop or at least limit Robocalls almost became a part time job for me. I would diligently try to use their "press 5 to be removed from our list" [yeah, THAT works!], & even more diligently report the numbers/caller ID in complaints to the Do Not Call Registry. Pretty much to no avail & a losing battle. Then I read about Nomorobo. Gave it a try & OMG, what a difference! An IMMEDIATE difference! A real Godsend --- The peace is wonderful. One little ring & then nothing. Thank you so much!!— T.P. G, Nov 29th, 9:57am
Absolutely great!— Dick C, Nov 29th, 10:07am
Love it!— Denise, Nov 29th, 10:21am
Help piece of mind and piece overall !— Doug, Nov 29th, 11:07am
It's the only thing that really works. I belong to the Federal & state so called do not call list. They are both discraces; they do NOTHING. i wish Nomorobo did not even ring once. I do not need to know these idiots have called.— Robert H, Nov 29th, 11:14am
It's been great. I went from being driven crazy to peace and quiet. Most of them have given up even attempting to call.— Marty C, Nov 29th, 11:30am
Wow... no longer have to stand up to answer phone at dinner time! and hike up or down stairs to catch an unwanted call.— Robert J, Nov 29th, 11:37am
Before Nomorobo we received 20+ calls daily wanting us to buy, try, or use junk. Now those calls have been cut to 5+ a day BUT they only ring twice!, We now visit, eat meals or watch television in peace.Thank you.— Laurie, Nov 29th, 12:14pm