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  • Transcript Good evening. I'm calling from a national public opinion firm this evening. We're conducting a short scientific survey in Michigan and we'd like to get your opinions. We are not selling anything, and your responses will be completely confidential. First, are you, you or any member of your immediate family, a member of the news media, a public relations company, a city government employee, or an active participant with any political campaign? Press one for yes. Press two for no.
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It's great! Let the phone ring once. If it rings again, it's real. In not, we say, "Gee, Thanks, NOMOMOBO!

Nomorobo has been a blessing in our house where we watch 2 young boys. One ring and gone, no chasing the phone instead of the boys.Only issue is some other Time Warner Customers hear only one ring at their end and assume they lost a connection. The phone in our house keeps on ringing. Regular callers have been informed of this issue and they wait us out.

Great! We love to hear the 'no-mo-robo' sound of one, single ring. It makes us smile all over. If a call is not a nomorobo call, we wait until just after the third ring, picking up the receiver just before the fourth ring. Any unwanted callers usually hang up before the fourth ring. Makes life much better.Love it. Have mentioned it to countless people. Some of them however, can't seem to get it due to their provider (Xfinity I believe.) Hope that changes in the future. Will try the Beta as soon as possible.EDC

It's great. We never answer on the first ring. If it's a robocall, it never rings twice.

I'm still getting tons of robo calls. I wish we didn't have to report them individually.. I get so many it's a full time job. I wish we could log in where you have all of our contact info and just list the robo calls we get. I appreciate your efforts but I still have a problem. Some calls just ring once and then nothing. But one ring is still interrupting whatever I'm doing to run look at the caller ID.

It is the "Best Thing since spilled milk"! Can't thank you enough.

Although a few automated spam calls have slipped through, for the most part this system is great! It differentiates between appropriate ones, like from my doctor or pharmacy, and those that are just totally not wanted.

I love it. We can tell it's a robocall by the fact that it only rings once. Still, it's a bit disturbing that it rings at all but MUCH BETTER than before. I wish it could stop the gosh awful cold calls of businesses wanting to do us a service. I believe I could add them to a list on Nomorobo but I think they would just use another phone line to call. They are the worst, even if you tell them you are not interested, not going to ever use them, and ask them to please not continue to call they call again even more. Just so annoying!

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