(626) 373-8475 is a Medicare Scam
Do not answer.
- Transcript Hello you'll be eligible for Medicare soon and you're probably confused about how it works there's parts a b. c. and d. they include deductibles co-payments and co-insurance the prescription drug plan has a donut hole coverage gap and catastrophic levels confused you're entitled to a free booklet called the A.B.C.'s of Medicare that will simplify Medicare and show you how to get more benefits than Medicare offers including plans with 0 premiums and 0 co-payments to get your copy of the free brochure press one now and leave your name and address again to get free information that will simplify Medicare press one and leave your name and address.
- Date Blocked
- Call Activity Last detected 10 hours ago
Just last week, 7,494 people got Nomorobo protection!
Thank you for this service. I get a lot less annoying calls.— Ted, Nov 29th, 9:15am
It's the best.....so many calls with only one ring and then GONE!!!— Roberta, Nov 29th, 9:31am
Great, great, great.— Rich, Nov 29th, 9:32am
I am delighted with Nomorobo service, the peace and quiet in my home since I signed up is truly surprising.— Ellen, Nov 29th, 9:38am
It's 293-7663...AWESOME!!!I feel like we've got our very own security guard on our phone.— Olga, Nov 29th, 9:42am
Thanks for making Nomorobo an important and useful option. It is a shame that Verizon (Mid Atlantic Maryland) no longer provides a similar service as they once did.It seems the phone company has a preference in favor of commerical interests over residential customers regarding robocall blocking. I have benefited by the 'one ring cut-off' of robocallers but wish it was a "no-ring". You provide a customer service that easily surpasses the phone company or government protection against such increasing intrusions on privacy.— Jeff W, Nov 29th, 9:46am
It's great, however, we still get one ring before robocall rejects the unwanted call. It cuts down on the annoyance but I sure wish it would eliminate that one ring.— Walter W, Nov 29th, 10:03am
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.— Francis H, Nov 29th, 10:32am