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Just last week, 11,102 people got Nomorobo protection!
I think it has helped, but quite a few numbers (including Gallup) get through with a single ring, which is less annoying than talking to them, but very annoying, nonetheless because these callers tend to call every day. I suspect this has something to do with the fact that I use Vonage SimulRing to call my home and cell at the same time, but I'm not sure. I've learned that reporting a problem has no effect (but, heck, you're offering a free service, so ...), which I why I didn't bother.— , Nov 29th, 10:05am
It's great! No more interrupted meals or running to the phone to have no one on the line!— Bonnie S, Nov 29th, 10:06am
Absolutely glorious! My robocalls have dropped from 8-10/day to one or maybe two every few days. And those that slip by Nomorobo I just add to the list never to be bothered by them again.— Rick , Nov 29th, 10:46am
Until we signed up for Nomorobo we were plagued with solicitation calls. Although they still call we no longer have to look at caller ID to determine whether we needed to ignore or answer.— John, Nov 29th, 11:21am
It works!— Gm, Nov 29th, 11:39am
I think its great, we are able to sit down for a meal without the nuisance calls from those telemarketers— Ernie, Nov 29th, 12:57pm
LOVE IT!!!— Sandy, Nov 29th, 1:02pm
We live in a Del Webb senior community. We used to get 10 to 20 calls a day for walk in tubs, solar panels, etc. every day. Nomorobo has been a Godsend. Wait after one ring it stops. With caller ID on our TVscreen, then we can see if it is worth answering by the area code if it keeps ringing. I have recommended it to everyone I know and they thank me.— Bob W, Nov 29th, 2:43pm