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  • Date Blacklisted September 14, 2018
  • Call Activity High Last Blocked

Just last week, 14,742 people got Nomorobo protection!


Every time the phone rings once and stops, we smile and say, "Nomorobo!"

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.

It's great! Let the phone ring once. If it rings again, it's real. In not, we say, "Gee, Thanks, NOMOMOBO!

I don't get as many calls, but I'm still receiving them. Would like to stop them ALL!

Love You, Nomorobo!

It's the best thing since sliced bread.It's the bee's knees.It's the greatest.Thank you so much

It is wonderful not to get annoying calls anymore. Thanks for the peace and quiet. Love the service.

I love it. Keep up the good work.

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