(605) 496-0709 is a Robocaller
Do not answer.
- Transcript Good morning just calm maybe monitored and recorded I'm calling to speak could just see me a Cortez. . Hello. . Hello.
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- Call Activity Last detected 1 month ago
Just last week, 11,675 people got Nomorobo protection!
U love Nomorobo. It has saved me a lot of frustration!!— Tonie, Nov 29th, 9:18am
Nomorobo has definitely reduced the number of robot calls we receive! This service is a blessing that we are very grateful for! It's awesome and we've already recommended it to others. Thank you to all the people at Nomorobo!— Karen A, Nov 29th, 9:55am
How wonderful to be able to eat lunch, dinner, etc. and not have to go answer the phone or to get some scammer invading my privacy.— , Nov 29th, 10:06am
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It has drastically cut down the amount of unwanted soliciting calls. When I hear just that one ring, I know Nomorobo is on the job.— Catherine, Nov 29th, 11:22am
F a n t a s t i c!!!! Every time the phone stops after one ring we say "Thank you, Nomorobo" Can't wait for the cell phones to have it. You are for the consumer when so many others want to rip us off. We really appreciate you, thank you so much!!!!!!!!!— Judy F, Nov 29th, 1:09pm
Gave you a 7 of 10, because the marketers seem to be finding ways around your service. When first installed, it seemed to catch more calls than it does now. I'm still bombarded with BS phone calls regularly most every day. Now I'm getting calls on my cell phone. Tired of this shit is an understatement. I propose an alternate solution. Let's take the prize money awarded by the Feds, and hire someone to hunt these people down and deliver the appropriate personal message. We'd only have to do a few, and the rest would get the message. Hey, desperate times call for desperate measures....— Phil, Nov 29th, 2:03pm
Peace at home at last! Signing up with the national Do Not Call List seemed to work at first, then backslid-ed to no impact. A good example of the FCC working primarily for big business, not for Real People. Thank You Nomorobo!— John H, Nov 29th, 4:00pm