(818) 665-7232 is a Grants Scam
Do not answer.
- Transcript This message is from Federal Government grants department that your name and number has been selected to receive a grants reward of 7800 dollars in order to claim your money please call back at 818-665-7232.
- Date Blocked
- Call Activity Last detected 1 year ago
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Very seldom receive Robo call since signing up for this service. I report every Robo call I receive,that gets through, that ends that caller getting hold of me.— Charles S, Nov 29th, 9:34am
It is AMAZING how many "one ringers" we get! So glad we have Nomorobo and have installed it on our parents' phones and recommended it to many others! Thanks!!!!— Patty, Nov 29th, 9:35am
Thanks so much for your great service. Perhaps as much as half of my incoming calls are now stopped by Nomorobo. Some still get through, however; please publicize how I can report those numbers to you to stop them also. It's amazing to me how some of the same robo calls recur again and again; those computers are tireless and don't seem to care that their prior calls have been unsuccessful in getting me to buy anything or that I have asked them to stop calling me.— Peter K, Nov 29th, 9:57am
I've been signed up with Nomorobo since March of 2013. Without ANY doubt, Nomorobo is the BEST thing to happen to our phone system in a long, long time. It just baffled me for DECADES how unsolicited, scam phone calls were (and still are) allowed by the FCC. The Do Not Call Registry is a joke, nothing more than a political token gesture, in my opinion. I see absolutely ZERO enforcement of that registry. On top of that, the latest scam of caller ID spoofing is another atrocity that I simply cannot believed is possible. How can phone companies, and/or the FCC, allow spoofing? Anyway, I was always looking for a way to stop these annoying calls, and never came up with any working solution until Nomorobo came along. Thank you so VERY, VERY much. The ONLY improvement to Nomorobo that I'll mention, and don't get me wrong, I'll continue to take/love Nomorobo just the way it is since this improvement may not be possible, would be if my phone didn't ring at all from the robocalls. As a side note; I am such a strong supporter of this type of home privacy protection that I would like to VOLUNTEER to help Nomorobo in some way. If there is something I can do to support and/or help Nomorobo, please contact me (I did send an email to this effect earlier this year, but never received any response). KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK, AND THANKS AGAIN.— Steve B, Nov 29th, 10:29am
When we receive "one ringy dingy", we say "NoMorobo"!— Billy I, Nov 29th, 12:14pm
I have been using NOMOROBO from day one. When the phone rings and it stops after one ring, I just say to myself NOMOROBO got another one.I love it and I'm going to download the beta cell phone app and will report how it worksThanks— Gary K, Nov 29th, 12:20pm
This is a truly great service. I'm proud to think I've helped limit the robocall scourge by reporting quite a few scammers and other low lifes to nomorobo. I recommend this to everyone that will listen. Just thought I'd mention that when I hear that single ring I'm both happy that I don't have to answer and still annoyed that there are people out there with the morals of a leech.— Dan E, Nov 29th, 12:39pm
We love it.We would love it even more if the phone does not ring at all. Currently we get a ring so we do have to get to the phone before it stops.— Dilip V, Nov 29th, 1:04pm