(504) 290-3909 is a Robocaller
Do not answer.
- Transcript Hello hello Bill.
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Just last week, 11,341 people got Nomorobo protection!
Best thing that ever happened since the call center came into being. We see at least 5 or 6 calls a day, sometimes more, that are blocked by Nomorobo. THANKS!!!— Ben, Nov 29th, 9:12am
Even when an occasional robo call gets through, I really get satisfaction in reporting that number. Most times, however, after 1 ring these calls go away! I'm loving this...couldn't be more pleased!— Edward G, Nov 29th, 9:33am
This is the best thing to happen to phone communications. One ring and they're gone. Some still get through but only abut 10%. I'd say that is good work. You guys are the greatest. We can now eat dinner without trying to tolerate telemarketers - even non-profits.— , Nov 29th, 10:20am
Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. You made me a hero in my wife's eyes when I stumbled upon your service. When the phone rings just once, I can only smile, because I know another robocall has been blocked. In fact a robocall was just blocked as I write this! Keep up the good work. Can't wait for your service being available for smart phones.— Ron B, Nov 29th, 10:58am
One of the great joys of my day is hearing the phone ring once and knowing that Nomorobo has sent the unwanted seller (aren't they ALWAYS selling something?) on its merry way. Three cheers for this great idea.— , Nov 29th, 10:59am
I love the fact that when my phone rings once I know Nomorobo is on the job and that puts a smile on my face.— Philip P, Nov 29th, 11:00am
Works great ! Now just find a way to include the political calls before 2016 and I will be in heaven!— Rich s, Nov 29th, 11:05am
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