(810) 734-6045 is a Security System Scam
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- Transcript Hello this is Kate with the A.D.T. Honeywell special promotions department your home with selected to receive a free wireless security system that gives you smartphone access and alerts remotely We just ask you to help us advertise by placing a sign in your front yard this system is valued over $1100.00 in equipment and installation cost and just free if you agree to pay a small monthly monitoring fate which covers you $247.00 for police fire carbon monoxide and medical emergencies if you have an existing system you will qualify for a free upgrade and potential rate reduction Press 1 if you are interested in hearing options press 9 to be taken off the list thank you.
- Last Blocked
- Date Blacklisted February 21, 2017
- Call Activity Last detected 4 months ago
Just last week, 14,350 people got Nomorobo protection!
Fantastic tool— Barrhy, Nov 29th, 9:07am
Love it, love it. Have been harassing my cell phone provider to cooperate and let me have it on my mobile.Great job, thank you— Mary A, Nov 29th, 9:27am
Great service! We really appreciate those robocalls and telemarketers being screened out. Now we never answer the phone before the second ring.— Tom D, Nov 29th, 9:58am
Overall good service. Would be better if four-digit Caller ID numbers could be blocked. Would be much better if the phone didn't ring at all on a blocked caller, instead of allowing one ring.— Connie A, Nov 29th, 10:04am
I wish it would not ring once when a robo call comes in. Can't the call be completely blocked instead?— Tina, Nov 29th, 11:01am
It's fantastic! The only thing that could make it better (other than blocking every single robocall) is to not even ring once on my phone.— Mark A, Nov 29th, 11:54am
IT WORKS - WHEN WE ONLY HEAR ONE RING ON OUR PHONE WE KNOW WE GOT ANOTHER ONE! THANK YOU NOMOROBO.— GENE, Nov 29th, 12:02pm
It is terrific. I have recommended it to friends and family; unfortunately, some have Comcast and cannot make use of this wonderful program. The only thing better than the one ring--which is music to my ears--would be no rings. Who knows, maybe someday?— Les, Nov 29th, 1:13pm