(850) 220-1799 is a Robocaller
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Just last week, 12,274 people got Nomorobo protection!
excellent tool— Bickram S, Nov 29th, 9:38am
Best thing since sliced bread or E-Z Pass. I used to be afraid to answer the phones because of telemarketers, etc......now I can answer the phone peacefully. Thanks so much Nomorobo!!!— Norman G, Nov 29th, 10:17am
Fabulous - Such a great feeling when the phone rings only one ring.— John A, Nov 29th, 10:21am
What can I say? This is the best deal in a long time. It really works and am so grateful that I hear one ring, and no more. If anyone doubts this program, please get your friends, neighbors to sign up. Thank you so much for this program. I have gotten my friends to sign up. They love it— Barbara, Nov 29th, 10:39am
I love it! I smile when the phone rings once and not again. I know Nomorobo is at work! Some companies use robots to call to confirm appts, etc. I thought this might be a problem, but it is not. I actually get a phone call from a real human confirming appointments .— Kathy, Nov 29th, 10:43am
We signed up for Nomorobo on our 2 landlines as soon as it became available to us, which was a little over a year ago. We cannot thank you enough for making our home robocall-free. We absolutely love the service. Every once in a while, a robocall gets through, but that is rare. On 2 phone lines for more than a year I think maybe a few calls got through. We are totally satisfied with Nomorobo and I have recommended it to others. I am looking forward to the day when this service is available on cell phones. Thank you so much for being innovative enough to have developed this service.— Patricia, Nov 29th, 11:21am
As a person over 65, I am conditioned to react to a phone ring. Now if there is no 2nd ring, I nomomove! Thanks.— Anonymous, Nov 29th, 12:45pm
norobo is a great system. The only thing is that the calls cannot be blocked until the phone rings once. Maybe that can be corrected in the future.— Mike M, Nov 29th, 12:46pm