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  • Call Activity Low Last Blocked 1 year ago

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System is great. It would be even better if you could block political and charities. It is great to be able to eat a meal without a phone interuption.

What a relief to be deprived of these annoying interruptions! Now if only you could manage to filter out the dialed calls from charities and political candidates!

Best thing since sliced bread or E-Z Pass. I used to be afraid to answer the phones because of telemarketers, etc......now I can answer the phone peacefully. Thanks so much Nomorobo!!!

This recent election period was proof positive Nomorobo works! While I follow politics avidly, I do NOT enjoy all of the robocalls. I don't answer my phone if I don't recognize the number, but discounting that, I did not receive ANY of the normal annoying political calls this year! I LOVE Nomorobo!

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Great Product! I wish it were easier to put non 800 numbers on the list. There is a lot of navigation through ATT to even find where to put numbers to be blocked.

I have been recommending this to everyone I know who has a land line. I just love Nomorobo. We used to get about 3 calls a night and a couple more during the day. No more calls. When a new one slips through I just log on and add to the phone list.

I love the concept but it does not work 100% - one initially the program was designed to block the calls from even ringing. Now when I get the calls - my phone rings one time. That one time is annoying and I never know when the phone rings is it a blocked call or a real call starting to come in. I have to pause to see which one. I still get the scammers come in, since they have also outsmarted the system by changing their numbers to local or hijacked phone numbers and ids. Overall I am glad to have such a system but it needs work.

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