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Just last week, 11,617 people got Nomorobo protection!
Love this service. I tell people about it frequently. Would even pay for it...if it came to that.— Jan H, Nov 29th, 9:11am
I am very appreciative every time the phone rings just once and Nomorobo begins doing its thing. Thank you Nomorobo.👍— Mark S, Nov 29th, 9:24am
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!— Christiane B, Nov 29th, 9:25am
It's 293-7663...AWESOME!!!I feel like we've got our very own security guard on our phone.— Olga, Nov 29th, 9:42am
Nomorobo is a first class service and very easy to use. I recommend it to all my friends.— Charles C, Nov 29th, 9:50am
I love it however, a lot of robo calls still come thru. I am retired so home most of the time and i see on my TV before answering who is calling and i would say about 5 out of 7 get thru each day.I wish i knew how to get rid of the other 5.However, the ones you catch are great.— JoAnn T, Nov 29th, 9:54am
Overall I am very happy with your service. However, I want to point out that it is not 100% effective. Specifically, during the election season from about September through the election in early November, we noticed that robocalls for political surveys frequently got through your technology. Of course, now that the elections are over, we are no longer being bothered. But, is there some reason why those calls could not be stopped?— Jon K, Nov 29th, 9:57am
Excellent! Calls ringing at my home are down almost nothing because the only people calling were telemarketing scammers— Mike M, Nov 29th, 10:31am