(951) 228-0484 is a Robocaller
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- Transcript Rebellious. Oh oh.
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- Call Activity Last detected 8 hours ago
Just last week, 12,017 people got Nomorobo protection!
I have already recommended it to anyone who is disturbed by robo calls - all my friends and even people who I do not know just passing in a store if it is mentioned— Annette S, Nov 29th, 9:30am
You have no idea the amount of calls we used to get. The "do not call" list was a waste of time. Then I heard about Nomorobo. It has been outstanding. I counted 17 calls in a 5 day period. We get one ring, then nothing! Keep up the good work. ( it's a shame you can't get rid of the political calls) never met anyone who changed their vote after an annoying phone call.— Judy S, Nov 29th, 10:15am
It gets almost every call. Terrific, and well worth triple the cost.— Ralph, Nov 29th, 10:51am
I think it's the best thing since 'sliced bread'. My spouse and I look at each other and laugh when we hear that one ring. Another marketer left high and dry! A great help in this age of intrusion.— Carol S, Nov 29th, 11:06am
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
Love it!— B J, Nov 29th, 12:39pm
Nomorobo is fantastic. Gives us more control over annoying, interruptions.— Pam, Nov 29th, 1:06pm
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.— Sarah D, Nov 29th, 1:46pm