(305) 754-5722 is a Robocaller
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- Transcript A liar you are a liar.
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- Call Activity Last detected 4 months ago
Just last week, 12,621 people got Nomorobo protection!
Best thing since sliced bread!! Thank you, thank you.— Anonymous, Nov 29th, 9:23am
Have referred everyone I know and they rave.— Hume L, Nov 29th, 9:52am
Love, love, LOVE it! Just one ring and the robot is gone -- gives me a big smile and a lovely feeling of peace and safety every time. Can't say thank you enough!— Jane K, Nov 29th, 9:59am
We love it! The first few days after we activated it my husband and I were amazed and now most of the calls have stopped. Thank you— Jody A, Nov 29th, 10:33am
I work from home and my clients are all across the country. I used to be in fear of picking up a call only to have it be a robocall! Since robocall has been on my phone these call rarely get through now and I can be assured that my clients will get excellent service. I would have to say about 90% of the calls I get in a day are robocalls. I have and continue to recommend to everyone who has stopped answering their phones because of these nuisance call to add nomorobo!— Sandy, Nov 29th, 10:53am
There should be a number 12 The peace is so wonderful. No more getting up to answer useless calls. Thank You!— Peggy, Nov 29th, 11:04am
Aaron foss is a genius. His Nomorobo technology continues to function above our expectations monitoring our home land line system, running interference against even the most persistent robo marketing calls! I cannot help but smirk when our phone simply emits the single ring, alerting us that yet another robo call has been blocked; hoorayyy for Mr. Foss. Our life is much less stressful knowing that Mr. Foss's electronic "secretary" is fielding unwanted incoming calls, especially those around dinner time. Thank you Aaron for all of your hard research and work to bring nomorobo to life!— Ken D, Nov 29th, 12:17pm
What a great invention. No more running to the phone to answer and be annoyed by some anonymous salesperson trying to sell something I have no need for, or asking for a donation for some cause I've never heard of before.— Don J, Nov 29th, 12:44pm