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Phone Scam Alert!

(415) 503-9750 is a Phone Scam

Do not answer.

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  • Transcript Hello This call is from the Department of U.S. Treasury this message is intended to contact you regarding an enforcement action executed by the U.S. Treasury ignoring this message would be an intentional 2nd attempt to avoid an initial appearance before the magistrate judge or a grand jury for a federal criminal offense the number to reach us 415-503-9750 I repeat 415-503-9750 we'd like you to cooperate with us and help us to help you thank you.
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Just last week, 11,341 people got Nomorobo protection!


I am so, so grateful to Nomorobo. You have restored peace and tranquility to my household. My wife and I have different phone lines, and she works from home. My phone used to ring all day long with unwanted calls and it was annoying to her. When I came home in the evening our dinners would invariably be interrupted by unwanted calls. Now I hear a short burst of a ring, and I smile and think, another frustrated spam call. Thank you, thank you, thank you. Where can I donate to your costs?

— Peter B, Nov 29th, 11:13am

It's been great. I went from being driven crazy to peace and quiet. Most of them have given up even attempting to call.

— Marty C, Nov 29th, 11:30am

I probably will not recommend this nomorobo. The service seems to also blcok calls from other numbers that may have been okay to accept.

— Verne G, Nov 29th, 11:37am

Love you!!! Love how my phone rings twice and away those calls go! Have a second line with windstream and wish you could work with them.

— Robin S, Nov 29th, 12:14pm

This is a truly great service. I'm proud to think I've helped limit the robocall scourge by reporting quite a few scammers and other low lifes to nomorobo. I recommend this to everyone that will listen. Just thought I'd mention that when I hear that single ring I'm both happy that I don't have to answer and still annoyed that there are people out there with the morals of a leech.

— Dan E, Nov 29th, 12:39pm

I love it. Wish you could get rid of that first ring. When will you start to charge. It will be worth it.

— Forrest, Nov 29th, 12:58pm

It's evening, at last. Day's work done, dinner finished, kitchen clean. I finally can sit down, put my feet up, relax. Then the phone rings. Once. Just once. Then silence. I smile. Nomorobo is on guard, rescuing my peace. I love you guys.

— Suzan B, Nov 29th, 1:48pm

it's been so great. It's really taken care of the millions of "unavailable" calls we get.

— yvette g, Nov 29th, 2:02pm
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