(210) 880-1882 is a Robocaller
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- Transcript Hi this is the nest so with the help center and I'm doing a courtesy follow up because our records indicate that you or a loved 1 May be suffering with chronic pain and we provide people with free information on various ways to deal with and treat recurring pains and ailments now millions of Americans are suffering every day and they are unaware of the solutions that are available to them so would you be interested in receiving free information about the programs that are available Oh I am so sorry I just didn't hear that last part I just wanted to know if you were interested in receiving any information about programs that are available to you or a loved one that is suffering with chronic pain would you be interested in receiving free information about the programs that are available thank you for your time.
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- Call Activity Last detected 6 months ago
Just last week, 10,186 people got Nomorobo protection!
Fantastic tool— Barrhy, Nov 29th, 9:07am
Excellent service. Thanks a lot.— Steven R, Nov 29th, 9:19am
I am selecting 10 because I am assuming it is working as advertised. One of the problems with something like Nomorobo is that there really isn't a control to tell how well it is working. I am pretty sure I am still getting robocalls, certainly around the elections and at other times. What I don't know is how many less I am getting because of Nomorobo. I think ti is a great idea and I hope it is working as advertised. The only way I could no for sure is if I did not get any of these calls and I do not think that is the case.— Art G, Nov 29th, 9:21am
Great service, and I'm enjoying a good chunk of those 70,000 calls you block every day. The only improvement I can recommend is some way to mute the single ring that you're unable to stop. Guests sometimes ask why our phone rings only once, which does give us the opportunity to explain your service. Keep up the good work.— Dave P, Nov 29th, 9:28am
Lifesaver!And this despite the fact that it only traps 50%-75% of the robocalls. Still way better than nothing.— Frank J, Nov 29th, 9:39am
Who would have ever thought? Thank you!— Anonymous, Nov 29th, 9:45am
We laugh every time the phone rings and the number on the CID is one we don't know and there isn't a second ring. Can't wait for the cell application come out.— Carol G, Nov 29th, 9:57am
Wonderfull!! Please get rid of political calls too, okay? :)We would pay for that service!— Chris H, Nov 29th, 9:57am