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  • Call Activity Low Last detected 6 months ago

Just last week, 11,617 people got Nomorobo protection!


While a few of these pests still persist, Nomorobo has made a big difference in our household. Thank You So Very Much!

This service has been great. Stops the PIA's (Pain in the ASSES) from getting through. They get smarter and a few are finding how to get around it.

It works and we have a more peaceful life.

Fantastic - in our area we get the telemarketing calls every winter season - Nomorobo stops them cold.

Nomorobo is the best thing - I love it. No more nasty calls all day and into the evening. One ring and they are gone. Thank you!

I love it!

Fantastic! Has made a big difference! Thank you!

A godsend in an election year, but even in normal times I still hear calls roll over to Nomorobo at least once a day. It would be nice if your "dashboard" gave specific statistics about the blocked calls...how many were blocked, who they were, etc. But it's a great free service, regardless. Thanks!

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