(818) 309-1729 is a Robocaller
Do not answer.
- Transcript Oh yes Or it's true Foster cough the firefighter support alive are you alone.
- Date Blocked
- Call Activity Last detected 1 month ago
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i LOVE it! it has made a huge difference in the amount of calls that are unwanted. thank you aaron!— Nancy M, Nov 29th, 12:06pm
No more tension when the land line rings. Can't believe how quickly it worked unlike going on the do not call registry.— Elizabeth J, Nov 29th, 1:53pm
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Nomorobo does an excellent job for identified numbers, and I've already recommended it to many friends. However, callers are increasingly using phone number spoofing (e.g. three calls I've received: 2-773-465-4943; a completely blank caller ID; and ID apparently from my own phone number). Would it be feasible to block "impossible" numbers, calls from the user's own phone number (if that doesn't block self-test) and completely blank ID numbers? THANK YOU for this service!— B B, Nov 29th, 6:04pm