(919) 659-0467 is a Robocaller
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Just last week, 11,364 people got Nomorobo protection!
VERY GOOD!I checked my phone logs and learned that many (most?) are from charitable organizations ( some are dubious)-. Easter Seals robo calls at least two days each week and yesterday showed SIX calls - repeatedly-!!— Paul, Nov 29th, 9:31am
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
Finally a system that works to block unwanted calls.— Bill D, Nov 29th, 10:05am
Don't know how I lived without it.— Jeanne, Nov 29th, 11:11am
I love to hear those one ring calls stop dead in their tracks because you know its not someone you want to even be distracted by waiting for it to go to voice mail.Would be great if you could expand free service to other classes of calls no one wants: unidentified caller out of areaprivate caller blocked call specific number lists— Steve, Nov 29th, 12:03pm
Wonderful technology. I know after one ring whether or not it's a real call or not. I wish it were available for regular phone company landlines.— Charlie S, Nov 29th, 12:27pm
Since we have been using Nomorobo, every day my wife and I yell out "thank you robo" when we hear that one ring and the telemarketer's call is vaporized! Thank you Robo!— Bob F, Nov 29th, 12:59pm
Let's put it this way, when the phone rings my husband and I look at each other. When it only rings once we smile and say "thank you Nomorobo!"— Kay F, Nov 29th, 1:50pm