(458) 221-4226 is a Health Insurance Scam
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- Transcript Hello this is a very important message about your health insurance were you recently notified that your current health insurance plan was no longer being offered or your new rate just became unaffordable we have good news please press 1 now there is an alternative to your Obama Care plan that in most cases saves people 75 to 85 percent and with less out of pocket costs than your current plan please press 1 now to see how this plan can benefit you press 2 to be removed from our list thank you.
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Trying to stop or at least limit Robocalls almost became a part time job for me. I would diligently try to use their "press 5 to be removed from our list" [yeah, THAT works!], & even more diligently report the numbers/caller ID in complaints to the Do Not Call Registry. Pretty much to no avail & a losing battle. Then I read about Nomorobo. Gave it a try & OMG, what a difference! An IMMEDIATE difference! A real Godsend --- The peace is wonderful. One little ring & then nothing. Thank you so much!!— T.P. G, Nov 29th, 9:57am
I think it has helped, but quite a few numbers (including Gallup) get through with a single ring, which is less annoying than talking to them, but very annoying, nonetheless because these callers tend to call every day. I suspect this has something to do with the fact that I use Vonage SimulRing to call my home and cell at the same time, but I'm not sure. I've learned that reporting a problem has no effect (but, heck, you're offering a free service, so ...), which I why I didn't bother.Of course, the 2014 political campaign season was still unbearable, and I don't look forward to 2016, but I think your service is a great help, and I appreciate it.— Carol S, Nov 29th, 10:05am
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I don't get as many calls, but I'm still receiving them. Would like to stop them ALL!— Norma, Nov 29th, 10:26am
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