(301) 453-7670 is a Life Insurance Scam
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- Transcript Hi there this is Julia with an important message regarding the state approved special life insurance program recently mailed here is that code for people between the ages of forty five to eighty five where you cannot be turned down for any reason regardless of medical conditions be guaranteed the best rate and plan through fifteen insurance companies and no medical exam as required with plan starting as well as twenty to fifty per month to speak with a licensed field underwriter and get your free quote right now press one to be removed from the list press two.
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I do love Nomorobo--especially since you expanded to include political calls this past election season. I got exactly ONE call of a political nature; whereas in the past I'm sure I would have gotten many. Of course I immediately reported the number to your reporting feature!— AmyG, Nov 29th, 1:28pm
Unimpressed...It simply didn't work, and at one point it seemed we were receiving even more robocalls.!! I signed up when it became available on my phone service, I tracked and reported robocalls I was receiving, but after a couple of months of no positive results, I stopped using your service and returned to using the accepted callers filter offered by my phone service. It does limit me to 9 accepted phone numbers, but it works perfectly. John Rollison— John R, Nov 29th, 1:56pm