(202) 897-2224 is a Medic Alert Scam
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- Transcript I mean with medical services you were recently recommended by a medical professional to receive an emergency medical alert system at no cost to you and your system is ready to be shipped press 1 now and hold the line to receive your medical alert system at no cost 1 in 3 Americans over the age of 65 full every year in the US and it could be the last Don't be a statistic press 1 now and hold the line to receive your no cost medical alert system press 1 now. Press mind to opt out.
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We live it.— Harry , Nov 29th, 9:26am
It's the best.....so many calls with only one ring and then GONE!!!— Roberta, Nov 29th, 9:31am
Nomorobo is a terrific product --- says what it does and does what it says. I'm delighted with the results and have recommended it to several friends and family members. The only thing that could possibly make it better would be if that single ring could be eliminated although I realize that might not be technologically possible. Plus then I'd miss out on the immediate satisfaction of knowing that another phone scammer had the electronic door slammed in their face. :-)— Bob, Nov 29th, 9:39am
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It has ended more than half of my robo calls. Hope you are working on the other half.— Fred B, Nov 29th, 10:21am
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