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Just last week, 11,475 people got Nomorobo protection!
Fantastic! What a joy to be able to enjoy life without being annoyed by scammers.— Joe, Nov 29th, 9:22am
I am more than likely to recommend Nomorobo to my friends - I have already done it. They like it as much as I do. I have to admit I was skeptical at first especially after the general failure of the Do Not Call list. Nomorobo works great. Since the product works so well I wonder if statistics are kept as to the origins of the calls. If so, can that information be shared with the FCC and other government agencies so maybe some of the offenders can be shut down.— Phil P, Nov 29th, 9:28am
It has stopped a great deal of the robocalls that we get at home. Terrific boon to those of us who really wanted to stop the annoying calls but didn't know how.— , Nov 29th, 9:33am
It's incredible. Absolutely amazing. Thank you for the peace and quiet I now have.— Sheldon, Nov 29th, 10:16am
it helps but the fact that my phone still rings once can be annoying late at night. Also MANY calls are still coming thru> The stupid cable company ( Time Warner) ALLOWS unidentified calls even tho I have blocked them as they consider " name unavailable" to be an identity!!!!!— , Nov 29th, 10:20am
It works at least 90% of the time. We get hammered daily by scammers who lie with their displayed Caller ID so this is heaven sent! It's not perfect, but nearly so and the best thing we've found.— Brian, Nov 29th, 10:30am
One of the great joys of my day is hearing the phone ring once and knowing that Nomorobo has sent the unwanted seller (aren't they ALWAYS selling something?) on its merry way. Three cheers for this great idea.— , Nov 29th, 10:59am
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