(215) 323-5830 is a Robocaller
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- Call Activity Last detected 1 year ago
Just last week, 13,530 people got Nomorobo protection!
Like many of the robo calls I thought Nomorobo was similarly suspect. But since we were being inundated with junk phone calls I signed up. I have to say the service works exactly as promised. One ring and those junk calls are shunted to space. You guys are great!— Andrew H, Nov 29th, 9:14am
It's great we have very few calls than get by the system.— Ron, Nov 29th, 9:18am
One ringy-dingy and "Zap!" The robocalls disappear! And this was during election season. Love it!— Steve W, Nov 29th, 10:29am
I have recommended this to numerous friends and family. It is unbelievable the number of calls blocked in just one day. Thank you for bringing some peace to our house.— J.Hiller, Nov 29th, 11:09am
Nomorobo is a sanity-saver! After my accounts were compromised at a couple of the stores where I used to shop, the number of robo calls I received every day was extreme. This despite the fact that I've been on the government Do-Not-Call lists since their inception, and have reported the robo callers that contacted me. Nothing helped until I stumbled over Nomorobo. Now I can relax and know that if it only rings once, there's nothing for me to do. I truly hope that Nomorobo puts a bunch of robocaller businesses out of business!— Dee, Nov 29th, 11:20am
Works as advertised. In conjunction with blocked calling via Time Warner, my junk call load is down 95%. Until our bought and paid for and or/incompetent legislatures do their jobs, I'm sticking with you guys. In other words, for the forseeable future.— Al M, Nov 29th, 12:08pm
Nomorobo is wonderful. We were harassed constantly prior to installing Nomorobo. Immediately after installing, the calls nearly ceased. We get very few robo-calls now, and it's wonderful. Thanks for a great service.— Si, Nov 29th, 12:10pm
Congratulations Nomorobo, you are successfully doing what the Government (FCC) has refused to do! We are paying a small fortune to the telephone carriers to provide a service and they thank us by allowing others to pester us using the same service we pay for. I have had at least 500 calls blocked by Nomorobo at my home during the past year - it is terrifying.— Haig A, Nov 29th, 1:14pm