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Phone Scam Alert!

(804) 479-8747 is a Travel Scam

Do not answer.

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  • Transcript Hi How are you today my name is Sam from travel promotions and we would 1st like to thank you for being a loyal customer and I would also like to congratulate you as you have been pre-selected to receive a vacation with our all inclusive promotion for 5 days and 4 nights also as an added bonus you receive a free 5 day 4 night magical Orlando Getaway which includes your accommodations and does need tickets to any Disney theme park and that's just for taking advantage of 1 of our all inclusive exotic destination promotions Now I just need to ask you a few questions just to see if you qualify is that OK OK great well so our records show that you were at least 28 years old and that you still have a current credit or debit card correct I'm so sorry about that I was having trouble hearing you are you at least 20 years old and have a valid credit or debit card.
  • Date Blacklisted September 13, 2017
  • Call Activity Low Last Blocked

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I don't know how anyone could live without this wonderful programming in the world of today! A million thanks for the caring and determination you put into this for all people, everywhere. While there is still much to be done on the scamming front...calls to my home from Robo sources average about 75 -80% of all my calls. Those folks calling blocks of numbers at one time and single Robo calls have finally met their match and I finally have some long needed peace! I recommend it every chance I get to everyone I know!

I have Time Warner Digital Phone and several friends, also TWC Digital Phone subscribers, had a problem calling me. They said my phone would ring once or twice and then hangup. I had to disable Nomorobo. I was very pleased with Nomorobo and would activate again if you could resolve my TWC issue.

Love the one ring and then they're gone! My husband and I always give a little YAY!

Although at first I was leery of installing Nomorobo, it proved its value immediately. The phone rang - once - then stopped. Just as promised. Caller ID showed an unknown number. Since that first call, I can't tell you how many others it has stopped my phone from ringing off the hook. Continuous unwanted calls are quite stressful. This technology works.

Very Effective.

Fantastic! We were averaging 1 call every 7 minutes between 9AM and 9AM every day!! Changing numbers is not the answer either (the phone co must sell their new connections)

I love to hear those one ring calls stop dead in their tracks because you know its not someone you want to even be distracted by waiting for it to go to voice mail.Would be great if you could expand free service to other classes of calls no one wants: unidentified caller out of areaprivate caller blocked call specific number lists

It has a been a "peace-saving" tool around the house. Can we expect, in the future, not to have the phone ring at all, or the phone number on our TV screen show. That would make things even better. Those robo callers are like the enemy, they keep trying "trick" us into getting up and answering their calls. We must stay one step ahead of them.

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