(202) 770-2467 is a Robocaller
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Just last week, 11,656 people got Nomorobo protection!
I absolutely love it. It's still annoying to get one ring, but it's so much better than having to get up to answer it. I didn't have any trouble setting it up, but some might be intimidated by the multiple steps.— Art R, Nov 29th, 9:14am
It has saved me from getting up from lunch or dinner many times in the last year. A suggestion would be to work on blocking political calls before the 2016 election.— Dale K, Nov 29th, 9:37am
I think it is great! Love that it only rings once and then I know it was picked up by Nomorobo and that I can relax and not even look at the caller ID.— Susan, Nov 29th, 9:50am
While not all calls can be stopped, we've noticed a huge reduction in the amount of unwanted telemarketing calls. Great service!— Judy M, Nov 29th, 10:00am
Great for those calls that it actually stops coming through; but, more and more have obviously figured out how to avoid "nomorobo".— Alex M, Nov 29th, 10:22am
With Nomorobo we hear our telephone ring once and then no more, and we know that one more robocall has been condemned to the robocall trash heap! Such a joy!— Bill K, Nov 29th, 10:34am
This is a service of the telephone company, right? They provide the phone service and they are the ones to ensure they are used properly, right?No?The telephone company doesn't care if their service is used by scammers and annoying callers?They provide a Caller ID so we can decide if we want to accept the call? But only if we go to the phone and examine the caller and number? We still gotta go to the phone, right? Why can't somebody just intersept those calls and stop the ringing?Somebody did?! And it wasn't the phone company?An independent service? And it's free?THANKS! Nomorobo! You enhanced our quality of life and for bringing peace to so many >>> you should receive the Nobel Peace Prize.— Michael, Nov 29th, 10:51am
It's Great !I saw it on a news report from a consumer reporter, I caught just the end of the report. The reporter said there was a new thing out called "Nomorobo", that worked better than the "do not call list".I googled "Nomorobo" it's been "Blissful Silence" ever since.— Patrick A, Nov 29th, 10:57am