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  • Transcript Hi How are you today this is a listen Beth with the resort report 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 a 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.
  • Last Blocked
  • Date Blacklisted December 16, 2016
  • Call Activity Low Last detected 1 year ago

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It's been great! Very few have gotten through. Fell off a stool to answer the phone before I signed up. It was a nuisance call of course. Luckily, I only sprained my thumb. Thank you!

I am selecting 10 because I am assuming it is working as advertised. One of the problems with something like Nomorobo is that there really isn't a control to tell how well it is working. I am pretty sure I am still getting robocalls, certainly around the elections and at other times. What I don't know is how many less I am getting because of Nomorobo. I think ti is a great idea and I hope it is working as advertised. The only way I could no for sure is if I did not get any of these calls and I do not think that is the case.

Best thing since sliced bread!! Thank you, thank you.

You have saved me from receiving 5 or 6 robocalls a day! It gives me great pleasure to fend off so many intruders to my privacy! Thanks! Keep it up!

Finally a tool that that is more persistent than telemarketers! Thank you Nomorobo! The only thing that could improve it would be if it hung up on the calls before the phone even rang!

I think Nomorobo is the best for blocking unwanted calls. I had this service for a couple of years, but we moved to an area not supported by Verizon FIOS and are now unable to subscribe to Nomorobo.

I could not imagine being without Nomorobo anymore...especially during the never ending political election cycles Nomorobo has cut the number of calls to almost nothing. I have recommended it to family and friends alike

I recommended it to a few relatives over Thanksgiving weekend. I am grateful to have Nomorobo to prevent so many annoying calls from coming thru! It took a while to get it installed on TWC, then another time period till I got any calls to screen. So glad I persevered with the help of Betty Lin-Fisher of Akron Beacon Journal. Some of my calls are stopped after 2 rings, rather than one - but that's great! I seldom get robo calls, but still report when I do. Thank you for coming up with this.

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