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(407) 792-1175 is a Travel Scam

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  • Transcript Hi How are you today this is a list of best with the resort reward center and I'm calling because you stayed with us or at our partner resorts in the past and earned enough points to get you an amazing vacation at our employer rate that sounds great right well you have been selected for a week's vacation to Orlando Florida right next to Disney and you will also get a 3 day 2 night stay on a beach in the Bahamas where we will also provide you with the cruise to get you to the island and back now this promotion will be given to you at a resort employee rate which has never been done before and you and your family will get an entire vacation for 75 percent off the retail rate and you can choose your travel dates anytime within the next 18 months and if that wasn't great enough qualified travelers will receive a complimentary bonus give does well so I just need to ask a few questions to see if you qualify OK.
  • Date Blacklisted
  • Call Activity Low Last Blocked 1 year ago

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IT SUCKS !!!! I signed up for it and found that the phone ringing one time was more annoying than allowing it to ring until I answer it. Once I answer the phone, I have the opportunity to waste their time by playing along with them for up to 20 minutes before they catch on. I tried to cancel NOMOROBO on my phone a few months ago and I still have to put up with the "ONE RING" CRAP. Can you PLEASE take me off of your list??????? My number is 228 3927513

I was a happy subscriber, but was very annoyed when I started missing calls from friends - they called, I heard 1 ring, and they got disconnected as I picked up. I did not realize that this was happening because of NOMOROBO, the the ISP techs (Time Warner RR) were here twice and it took them a few weeks to realize that it was the doing of NOMOROBO, I lost many calls, including bi\usiness calls during those at least 4 weeks, until I disconnected from your service. You should explain that this can happen, or better - fix this VERY annoying and serious problem with your otherwise welcome service.I might join and recommend you if you do that.

Overall good service. Would be better if four-digit Caller ID numbers could be blocked. Would be much better if the phone didn't ring at all on a blocked caller, instead of allowing one ring.

I an on the do not call list, but it hasn't stopped the robos. Why don't you turn these people in to the do not call list and reap the fines for yourself??? If you need my permission, you have it.

Love it. But it also blocks calls that are dialed from a saved phone directory (my elder Dad does not remember my number but has it saved in his phone as a favorite). These calls are also blocked. Would like to be able to provide a list of numbers that are allowed regardless of how they are dialed.

When I signed up for Nomorobo I have to admit that I was a little skeptical about its functionality. Now, after a few months of use, I recommend your services to all my friends. Signing up for Nomorobo was one of the best decision I ever made. Thank you for saving us from insanity.

This is great.

Every address and phone should use this program and report back scammers.

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