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Just last week, 13,270 people got Nomorobo protection!
Every time the phone rings once and stops, we smile and say, "Nomorobo!"— Anonymous, Nov 29th, 9:15am
I am selecting 10 because I am assuming it is working as advertised. One of the problems with something like Nomorobo is that there really isn't a control to tell how well it is working. I am pretty sure I am still getting robocalls, certainly around the elections and at other times. What I don't know is how many less I am getting because of Nomorobo. I think ti is a great idea and I hope it is working as advertised. The only way I could no for sure is if I did not get any of these calls and I do not think that is the case.— Art G, Nov 29th, 9:21am
It is AMAZING how many "one ringers" we get! So glad we have Nomorobo and have installed it on our parents' phones and recommended it to many others! Thanks!!!!— Patty, Nov 29th, 9:35am
For every action there's a reaction, Nomorobocalls!— D F, Nov 29th, 9:51am
I love this service!! It works about 90% of the time so really good! I am glad it finally works with Xfinity.— Pete, Nov 29th, 10:12am
It's Great !I saw it on a news report from a consumer reporter, I caught just the end of the report. The reporter said there was a new thing out called "Nomorobo", that worked better than the "do not call list".I googled "Nomorobo" it's been "Blissful Silence" ever since.— Patrick A, Nov 29th, 10:57am
I admire the design, I rely on its reliability, and I much appreciate the service it provides. Now, if the FCC would just expand this to the entire Do Not Call List!! Because their list is generally ignored by the aggravators & scammers, your technology and better/faster effort by FCC to add numbers to the list, would give America have an enforced system! FCC should have paid you an award 20 times greater for your devising a solution they could not. Many Thanks!— M M, Nov 29th, 11:54am
When we receive "one ringy dingy", we say "NoMorobo"!— Billy I, Nov 29th, 12:14pm