(405) 972-9301 is a Business Scam
Do not answer.
- Transcript Important message do not hang up the phone your Google business listing is at risk of displaying incorrectly We've tried numerous times to contact you by telephone so we can check the status of your listing this will only take a few minutes of your time press 1 so we can quickly check the status of your Google listing to ensure it's active if your Google listing is suspended or deleted your business will not be shown causing customers to think you're no longer open for business press 1 now to check the status of your Google listing if you're the business owner press 1 now Press 2 to be removed from this list.
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Just last week, 11,656 people got Nomorobo protection!
Doesn't stop all calls but does a good job on a lot of them.— Daniel h, Nov 29th, 10:08am
Absolutely the best thing to happen to the telephone since its invention. Serenity Now!— James N, Nov 29th, 10:52am
Love it. Wonderful not to be disturbed by unwanted calls— Maria D, Nov 29th, 11:15am
This works great, 1 ring & gone,TOO bad it can't stop the Political & Charities, I give to whom I want to, not to callers.— JOSEPH L, Nov 29th, 11:25am
and that's on top of the usual telemarketing calls that we get. Some days our phone was ringing every hour— And All Were Junk Calls. We Were Seriously Considering Cancelling Our Landline Phone Service, Jan 1st, 12:00am
I loved "robo" while it worked but, a few months ago, we had no incoming calls. I contacted our phone co. (Optimum) and they discovered ALL our calls were being sent to "robo". They advised switching call forwarding to "off". They reset the modem and the problem was solved. After a few weeks, I reestablished "robo"--it worked for about a month when the same problem occurred. After Optimum again corrected the problem, I never switched back to "robo". I would appreciate your comments— George M, Nov 29th, 11:58am
Every address and phone should use this program and report back scammers.— , Nov 29th, 12:15pm
Wonderful technology. I know after one ring whether or not it's a real call or not. I wish it were available for regular phone company landlines.— Charlie S, Nov 29th, 12:27pm