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  • Call Activity Low Last Blocked 1 year ago

Just last week, 13,388 people got Nomorobo protection!


We can finally have dinner again as a family without being constantly interrupted by unwanted calls. The frequency of call is drastically reduced, and when the phone rings 9 of 10 it is a call we are happy to take. It has restored faith in the phone as a means of communication, rather than an annoyance.

I can't tell you how much pleasure it is to here the phone ring only once, knowing that Nomorobo has again successfully shut down another annoying robocall. Before Nomorobo, I particularly hated the ones that would call and then, when you answered, you would hear silence and then they would disconnect. Now I just have a "GOTCHA!" moment. If everyone had this service, they would have to go away.

Incredible. We smile, knowingly, when the phone rings ONCE (and one time, only) and the readout displays "Unknown Caller" or 800-***-****. Keep the server room nice and cool, 'cause "revenge is a dish best served cold..." :-)

I love the fact that when my phone rings once I know Nomorobo is on the job and that puts a smile on my face.

Great service. Love to not have continually get up to answer an unwanted call.

Nomorobo is AWESOME!!!Most people go to work outside the home, so they're not aware of how many calls are coming into their home during the day, unless the caller leaves a voicemail or the person proactively reviews their caller ID log. As for me, I work from home, so I hear our phone ring, and always screen the calls by looking at the caller ID. With this last political campaign, we were receiving a MINIMUM of 4 calls a day from various political groups, and that's on top of the usual telemarketing calls that we get. Some days our phone was ringing every hour, and all were junk calls. We were seriously considering cancelling our landline phone service, the same number we've had for 30 years, just to eliminate this insanity.Once I found Nomorobo, and started aggressively logging in the phone numbers, our phone eventually silenced, and was virtually silent through the several remaining weeks of the political campaign, where the calls would have been even worse. Nomorobo has been such a relief!!! Thank you Nomorobo team!

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