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Just last week, 15,683 people got Nomorobo protection!
Has worked great for me. A few calls slip thru occasionally. And some are with my name, number— Adele C, Nov 29th, 9:12am
Love it! I keep my landline since I have had it 30 Years and those robo calls are so annoying. I put nomorobo on my 83 year old mothers phone and now she no longer gets upset when she answers the phone. We all know that when the phone rings it will only ring once the majority of the time— Lynda, Nov 29th, 9:16am
I love Nomorobo and have told a lot of people about it. It has made my life so much easier. I am a senior citizen. It has stopped many, many, many annoying calls. Thank you so much.— Anonymous, Nov 29th, 9:20am
I am more than likely to recommend Nomorobo to my friends - I have already done it. They like it as much as I do. I have to admit I was skeptical at first especially after the general failure of the Do Not Call list. Nomorobo works great. Since the product works so well I wonder if statistics are kept as to the origins of the calls. If so, can that information be shared with the FCC and other government agencies so maybe some of the offenders can be shut down.— Phil P, Nov 29th, 9:28am
As the na name states no more annoying calls Thank you!— Louise, Nov 29th, 9:58am
I've been signed up with Nomorobo since March of 2013. Without ANY doubt, Nomorobo is the BEST thing to happen to our phone system in a long, long time. It just baffled me for DECADES how unsolicited, scam phone calls were (and still are) allowed by the FCC. The Do Not Call Registry is a joke, nothing more than a political token gesture, in my opinion. I see absolutely ZERO enforcement of that registry. On top of that, the latest scam of caller ID spoofing is another atrocity that I simply cannot believed is possible. How can phone companies, and/or the FCC, allow spoofing? Anyway, I was always looking for a way to stop these annoying calls, and never came up with any working solution until Nomorobo came along. Thank you so VERY, VERY much. The ONLY improvement to Nomorobo that I'll mention, and don't get me wrong, I'll continue to take/love Nomorobo just the way it is since this improvement may not be possible, would be if my phone didn't ring at all from the robocalls. As a side note; I am such a strong supporter of this type of home privacy protection that I would like to VOLUNTEER to help Nomorobo in some way. If there is something I can do to support and/or help Nomorobo, please contact me (I did send an email to this effect earlier this year, but never received any response). KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK, AND THANKS AGAIN.— Steve B, Nov 29th, 10:29am
This is a service of the telephone company, right? They provide the phone service and they are the ones to ensure they are used properly, right?No?The telephone company doesn't care if their service is used by scammers and annoying callers?They provide a Caller ID so we can decide if we want to accept the call? But only if we go to the phone and examine the caller and number? We still gotta go to the phone, right? Why can't somebody just intersept those calls and stop the ringing?Somebody did?! And it wasn't the phone company?An independent service? And it's free?THANKS! Nomorobo! You enhanced our quality of life and for bringing peace to so many >>> you should receive the Nobel Peace Prize.— Michael, Nov 29th, 10:51am
I was one of the first Timewarner Cable voicemail customers to try out Nomorobo on my phone. It has been fantastic and have recommended it to all of my friends. Thanks Nomorobo for taking care of an irritating problem with robotic phone calls.— Fred, Nov 29th, 11:25am