(301) 307-2028 is a Robocaller
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- Last Blocked
- Date Blacklisted June 27, 2017
- Call Activity Last detected 6 months ago
Just last week, 14,113 people got Nomorobo protection!
It's great! Let the phone ring once. If it rings again, it's real. In not, we say, "Gee, Thanks, NOMOMOBO!— Robert D, Nov 29th, 9:52am
Excellent Idea and it works!— Anonymous, Nov 29th, 10:59am
Love it. Wonderful not to be disturbed by unwanted calls— Maria D, Nov 29th, 11:16am
Particularly during the period just prior to the election, Nomorobo was an unbelievable time saver. I was able to concentrate on what I was doing without constantly being interrupted by unwanted calls.— Lee D, Nov 29th, 11:21am
I still laugh out loud when the robocalls get blocked after one ring. What a great way to block the shameless scammers who were driving me nuts.— Ray H, Nov 29th, 11:31am
Aaron foss is a genius. His Nomorobo technology continues to function above our expectations monitoring our home land line system, running interference against even the most persistent robo marketing calls! I cannot help but smirk when our phone simply emits the single ring, alerting us that yet another robo call has been blocked; hoorayyy for Mr. Foss. Our life is much less stressful knowing that Mr. Foss's electronic "secretary" is fielding unwanted incoming calls, especially those around dinner time. Thank you Aaron for all of your hard research and work to bring nomorobo to life!— Ken D, Nov 29th, 12:17pm
Terrific idea and very good execution. Slight improvements may be desirable, like increasing the speed of detection of calls to block. This may prevent the telephone ringing once before the call is blocked. Anyhow I am grateful for this service.— Dr. T, Nov 29th, 1:34pm
I could not be more pleased. I was getting up to 8 robocalls a day until I discovered Nomorobo. Now I get none. Nothing is more annoying than a telephone call that I don't want. I still can't believe it works so well.— John, Nov 29th, 2:53pm