(928) 272-7053 is a Robocaller
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- Call Activity Last Blocked 1 year ago
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Love it! One ring and it stops those annoying calls. Especially good at meal times when all you have to do is ...wait for it ...wait for it. ..nope no more rings! Yay!— Jill W, Nov 29th, 10:02am
Mr. Foss,Thank you for a GREAT App. It is a stupendous success in my household. I just wish there was some way to track the real source of these calls so we don't have to play Whack-A-Mole every time the scammers just spoof another phone number.— David S, Nov 29th, 10:05am
I love it! I've adapted to ignoring the first ring. Only if it persists do I regard it as an incoming call and check caller ID. Thank you so much.— Bob, Nov 29th, 10:31am
finally a tool that gets rid of those robocallsPeace at last!!! thank you Nomorobo— Marianne, Nov 29th, 11:22am
Excellent.— Anonymous, Nov 29th, 12:25pm
Love love love it— DCL, Nov 29th, 4:33pm
Outstanding, I was was getting 5-10 calls a day it was unbelievable and we felt overwhelmed. Thanks— Madeline, Nov 29th, 7:19pm
When I moved into my new house, AT&T assigned me a phone number that had previously belonged to a serious deadbeat. For several months I would get up to a dozen robocalls per day from collection agencies, telemarketers, prostitutes, drug treatment centers, and even the police. Worse yet, my voicemail was not smart enough to realize that these callers were not real people and would fill up with half-complete robo-voicemails, blocking out the real messages that were important (lasagna night at Mom's house!) When I heard about Nomorobo, I jumped. Nomorobo immediately started blocking 80% of these ridiculous calls and has only gotten better over time. Furthermore the number of robocalls has actually reduced over time as I suspect the robocallers have realized that they will NEVER get through to me. I hope you make it big and get purchased by AT&T or Verizon or Google for some ungodly amount of money and can retire to the Bahamas.— Matt T, Nov 29th, 8:45pm