(614) 999-1245 is a Computer Scam
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- Transcript No you are getting this call from Windows refund department the company which you made the payment for your computer security is no longer in business and you have a subscription remaining for 2 years we are going to refund your payment please press one to get connected with our representative I repeat press one to get connected with our representative or you can call us back 120-656-5205 extension 62 claim your refund.
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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
Nomorobo is our great stress reducer! We were constantly receiving annoying calls throughout the day. Nowadays, we have a happy phone. Thanks a million!— Jack C, Nov 29th, 10:23am
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.— Betty, Nov 29th, 10:59am
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Wow... no longer have to stand up to answer phone at dinner time! and hike up or down stairs to catch an unwanted call.— Robert J, Nov 29th, 11:37am
This is a great system that catches all the robo calls I receive. Great job, I figure another year and the robo scammers will be off my line. Keep up this great system and stay ahead of the scammers. Many, many many thanks— Al S, Nov 29th, 11:51am
I love when the phone rings once, but no more. Then we know Nomorobo got it. Thanks for that!— Robert, Nov 29th, 12:14pm
A most welcome and effective installation. Nomorobo has cut junk call incidence on my landline by 90% or more. Thanksto all those who made it possible -- and please stay ahead ofthe racketeers who are undoubtedly working to neutralize it (andare starting to make inroads on my cellphone).— Don, Nov 29th, 12:26pm