(816) 535-2237 is a Robocaller
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Just last week, 16,639 people got Nomorobo protection!
My husband and I considered cutting service to our landline before NOMOROBO. Thank you for giving us some peace in our own home.— Cathy, Nov 29th, 9:11am
It really works! I have a handicap husband so I still need a landline as a backup for my cell. Nomorobo stops over 75% of calls on our landline with that "one ring", Thanks.— Judy, Nov 29th, 9:24am
IT SUCKS !!!! I signed up for it and found that the phone ringing one time was more annoying than allowing it to ring until I answer it. Once I answer the phone, I have the opportunity to waste their time by playing along with them for up to 20 minutes before they catch on. I tried to cancel NOMOROBO on my phone a few months ago and I still have to put up with the "ONE RING" CRAP. Can you PLEASE take me off of your list??????? My number is 228 3927513— Richard B, Nov 29th, 9:25am
Nomorobo is great! I never realized how many of these robocalls I got until I was home all day for a couple of days, Within those two days I received 6 calls. Four of those calls were in one day. It was then that I decided to get Nomorobo. The system picks up the call and your phone only rings once. The call is then cut off. It's a great technology. If you are annoyed by robocalls this free service is the way to go.— Allan L, Nov 29th, 11:30am
LOVE it— Betty F, Nov 29th, 12:10pm
What a great invention. No more running to the phone to answer and be annoyed by some anonymous salesperson trying to sell something I have no need for, or asking for a donation for some cause I've never heard of before.— Don J, Nov 29th, 12:44pm
Nomorobocall is a welcome resident in our home. I can't count the number of people I've turned on to the service and no one has expressed anything but satisfaction. Our satisfaction involves hearing and knowing the call has been intercepted and being able to look at each other with a self satisfied grin when we don't have to bolt from the chair to the phone. Score one for the good guys!— Dr. B, Nov 29th, 1:29pm
Terrific idea and very good execution. Slight improvements may be desirable, like increasing the speed of detection of calls to block. This may prevent the telephone ringing once before the call is blocked. Anyhow I am grateful for this service.— Dr. T, Nov 29th, 1:34pm