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Just last week, 12,159 people got Nomorobo protection!
Great service! It reduced the number of robo calls coming into my landline phone by 90%. Looking forward to the same results on my Cellier phone.— Steve K, Nov 29th, 9:16am
One ring and then... nothing? Ha! I know that that was Nomorobo doing its thing - and I smile. Thanks, Nomorobo.— Gary, Nov 29th, 9:22am
Great program! Has cut down Robo Calls at home to practically none. I do wish there was a feature to create an "allowed calls" list as there are some service providers who use Automated calls for appointment reminders, etc. would highly recommend Nomorobo!— David W, Nov 29th, 9:22am
I don't know how anyone could live without this wonderful programming in the world of today! A million thanks for the caring and determination you put into this for all people, everywhere. While there is still much to be done on the scamming front...calls to my home from Robo sources average about 75 -80% of all my calls. Those folks calling blocks of numbers at one time and single Robo calls have finally met their match and I finally have some long needed peace! I recommend it every chance I get to everyone I know!— Christiane B, Nov 29th, 9:25am
I am still getting unwanted phone calls really can`t tell I have Nomorobo !— Twila S, Nov 29th, 9:40am
I love Nomorobo. It works so well. I don't have to answer those annoying calls from computers. Thanks. Can't wait for cell phone version.— Margaret , Nov 29th, 9:44am
I am very pleased. I had used all the blocks I could with at&t. Now I have peace of mind everyday knowing someone else is receiving these calls. I have heard so much on the news how people are scammed by these calls and I did not want to be a statistic. Thanks so much for Nomorobo.— Sue M, Nov 29th, 10:00am
Great for those calls that it actually stops coming through; but, more and more have obviously figured out how to avoid "nomorobo".— Alex M, Nov 29th, 10:22am