(334) 581-2950 is a Security System Scam
Do not answer.
- Transcript Hi How are you today my name is Jessica with Home Security promotions The reason I'm calling you today is we are giving away up to 20 cellular home security systems in your area absolutely free and we're also updating all of the old outdated landline systems to wireless video systems again absolutely free because I don't know if you know but thieves have learned that by cutting the phone lines outside of your home it will disable your outdated alarm system and studies show that one in 17 homes are being broken into every single day so does this sound like something you're interested in Oh my apologies love I didn't hear that last part does this sound like something you're interested in does this sound like something you're interested in thank you for your time and have a nice day.
- Date Blocked
- Call Activity Last detected 4 months ago
Just last week, 11,364 people got Nomorobo protection!
I think this is the greatest, and what is good about it is it can distinguish between annoying calls and when my doctor's office calls on a recording that comes through. This was a genius of an idea.— Pat H, Nov 29th, 9:16am
Thanks! It is a great service for protecting us from unwanted phone calls. Keep up the good works!— Alan L, Nov 29th, 10:35am
LOVE it— Betty F, Nov 29th, 12:10pm
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
I think it is great but wish there was some way to stop repeat calls that are Nomorobo stopped.— Alberta G, Nov 29th, 1:46pm
I think is great I wish it could stop even more calls— Elsa, Nov 29th, 2:00pm
We can now eat dinner without some moronic robo call asking for money, our vote or stating "HELLO SENIORS".— Richard, Nov 29th, 2:29pm
We get 2 rings and then it stops. Why must we even get 2 rings?— Richard C, Nov 29th, 3:13pm