(818) 776-1255 is a Robocaller
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- Date Blocked
- Call Activity Last detected 7 months ago
Just last week, 6,256 people got Nomorobo protection!
I love this feature but wish it was able to do away with even the 1 ring. There have been instances where a legitimate company was trying to call but we're blocked as a robo call. I've learned to give them my cell number.— Deborra A, Nov 29th, 9:12am
Greatest thing since sliced bread! Every time we hear 'one ring' we high five each other and break out in a big smile. Thank you.....thank you.— J. O, Nov 29th, 9:17am
Great program! Has cut down Robo Calls at home to practically none. I do wish there was a feature to create an "allowed calls" list as there are some service providers who use Automated calls for appointment reminders, etc. would highly recommend Nomorobo!— David W, Nov 29th, 9:22am
" Rachael from credit card services" was the BAIN of my life for years. I no longer hear from her! After returning from several years in Europe, I found that I received 4-6 of these calls PER DAY!!! They have all but stopped. The few that do get through are reported. I actually changed my service from Comcast to Verizon for this reason!— Diane W, Nov 29th, 9:28am
Love it! One ring and it stops those annoying calls. Especially good at meal times when all you have to do is ...wait for it ...wait for it. ..nope no more rings! Yay!— Jill W, Nov 29th, 10:02am
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
Not thrilled. Phone still rings twice with robocalls so, to me, it's not blocking them 100%. It also doesn't "know" legit calls from robo calls and so people have to redial after hearing so sort of message. I'm still getting calls I shouldn't get...unless the robo cretins have figured out how to get around this system.— J.gitlin, Nov 29th, 10:07am
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