(831) 244-9931 is a Robocaller
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- Call Activity Last detected 6 days ago
Just last week, 16,251 people got Nomorobo protection!
Thanks for making Nomorobo an important and useful option. It is a shame that Verizon (Mid Atlantic Maryland) no longer provides a similar service as they once did.It seems the phone company has a preference in favor of commerical interests over residential customers regarding robocall blocking. I have benefited by the 'one ring cut-off' of robocallers but wish it was a "no-ring". You provide a customer service that easily surpasses the phone company or government protection against such increasing intrusions on privacy.— Jeff W, Nov 29th, 9:46am
It works— Elliot, Nov 29th, 9:57am
First off, I just want to say Thank You! While not perfect, Nomorobo is still by far the best thing I have found to help deal with the endless BS calls from the wide assortment of scumbags and scammers who chose to torment us with their useless and unwanted calls at all hours of the day and night. Yes, some calls get through, until those numbers end up getting caught by Nomorobo, but this is a small price to pay for the peace of mind and lack of aggravation that is gained by the majority of calls being intercepted. As an individual with mobility issues, I can't express how much better it is with Nomorobo, to not have to jump up every time the phone rings, thinking it may be a call from family or friends, only to find out it was some d*ckhead from 1000 miles away, trying to con me into buying an extended automobile warranty or some other crap-tastic scam. I can now calmly wait to see if the call gets rejected after the first ring, before having to struggle to reach the phone, knowing that in most instances that call will be a legitimate call. The Nomorobo service has been extremely effective for us, and I tell others about it all the time. I hope that this service remains free of charge, as I feel that it is an added insult to have to pay for a service to keep from being harassed, scammed, and otherwise being victimized by the low life's of the world who chose the telephone as their weapon of choice to assault their victims. To be charged for the Nomorobo service, well, I liken that to having to pay for the police to show up at your house when a similar attempt at scamming you has been made in person. Please, continue to keep this service free for the benefit of all, I'm sure there is a way for you to monetize Nomorobo, without placing that burden on it's users. Again, thank you for the Nomorobo service, I can't express how much it has helped to keep the tele-scum at bay in our household!— John, Nov 29th, 10:04am
It has ended more than half of my robo calls. Hope you are working on the other half.— Fred B, Nov 29th, 10:21am
You have saved me from receiving 5 or 6 robocalls a day! It gives me great pleasure to fend off so many intruders to my privacy! Thanks! Keep it up!— Roberto, Nov 29th, 10:41am
Incredible service you have provided to the public. Look forward to the cell phone expansion and the ability to block all political party calls!😄— Chris W, Nov 29th, 11:22am
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
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.— Don, Nov 29th, 12:08pm