Nomorobo Stop robocalls now!
Phone Scam Alert!

(228) 233-1305 is a Job Scam

Do not answer.

  • Listen
  • Transcript Hi this is Joe and I'm going to implement staffing department in a recorded line you can press want to be removed now I show you in quiet about a job on 1 of our websites how are you doing today.
  • Date Received
  • Last Blocked

Just last week, 11,341 people got Nomorobo protection!


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

" Rachael from credit card services" was the BAIN of my life for years. I no longer hear from her! After returning from several years in Europe, I found that I received 4-6 of these calls PER DAY!!! They have all but stopped. The few that do get through are reported. I actually changed my service from Comcast to Verizon for this reason!

— Diane W, Nov 29th, 9:28am

Not thrilled. Phone still rings twice with robocalls so, to me, it's not blocking them 100%. It also doesn't "know" legit calls from robo calls and so people have to redial after hearing so sort of message. I'm still getting calls I shouldn't get...unless the robo cretins have figured out how to get around this system.

— J.gitlin, Nov 29th, 10:07am

Nomorobo is our great stress reducer! We were constantly receiving annoying calls throughout the day. Nowadays, we have a happy phone. Thanks a million!

— Jack C, Nov 29th, 10:23am

Works great ! Now just find a way to include the political calls before 2016 and I will be in heaven!

— Rich s, Nov 29th, 11:05am

It's the only thing that really works. I belong to the Federal & state so called do not call list. They are both discraces; they do NOTHING. i wish Nomorobo did not even ring once. I do not need to know these idiots have called.

— robert h, Nov 29th, 11:14am

(continued) ... tho a low interest credit card call changed format and got thru- 435-880-9856 at 4:39pm 11/28 with unknown name. First tried with 4358809856 as name over the same number and rejected seconds earlier 4:39pm

— Skip, Nov 29th, 12:53pm

I love it!

— jerry C, Nov 29th, 3:03pm
Is there a hero among us who can rise up and build something to foil the dreaded robocall?
...may have solved one of the perpetual annoyances of living in the telephone age.
It's a problem that gets worse every year...but a new website promises to change all that.
...life without that nuisance we know as robocalls has a nice ring to it.
A groundbreaking solution to the problem...I'm positive it's going to work.
If you have a phone, you probably get robocalls...but relief may soon be available...
...there is little you can do to stop them...but new technology [is] coming soon...
...propose[d] some high-tech strategies to finally stop automated sales calls.
...give more consumers the ability to protect their privacy, [is] a "tremendous, promising development"...
...will provide relief to millions of American consumers harassed by these calls.
Robo-calls, meet the terminator.
...those illegal prerecorded messages hawking everything from timeshares in the Bahamas to free money.