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(916) 432-5242 is a Medic Alert Scam

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  • Transcript Hello there how are you doing today my name is Daisy and I'm calling with health care simplified our records indicate you've been seeking additional information on health care coverage so we're looking to help people get insured as we know how important having coverage is as well as how hard it is to navigate the health care space for most consumers especially with all the recent changes so I have a few quick questions before I can get you in contact with a licensed insurance agent 1st off are you looking for affordable insurance coverage I'm sorry I don't think I understood you correctly are you looking for affordable insurance coverage are you interested in hearing the details on how we can get you or a loved one a free medical alert device today OK Well thank you for your time haven't I think.
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Great service! It reduced the number of robo calls coming into my landline phone by 90%. Looking forward to the same results on my Cellier phone.

What a blessing during the recent political campaign!!! It is also useful for senior related calls such as home security and "I just fell and can't get up" scare tactics. I recommend to everyone who complains about robocalls.

Overtime the phone rings only once, we all smile and go back to our quiet meal

I an on the do not call list, but it hasn't stopped the robos. Why don't you turn these people in to the do not call list and reap the fines for yourself??? If you need my permission, you have it.

I think it has helped, but quite a few numbers (including Gallup) get through with a single ring, which is less annoying than talking to them, but very annoying, nonetheless because these callers tend to call every day. I suspect this has something to do with the fact that I use Vonage SimulRing to call my home and cell at the same time, but I'm not sure. I've learned that reporting a problem has no effect (but, heck, you're offering a free service, so ...), which I why I didn't bother.Of course, the 2014 political campaign season was still unbearable, and I don't look forward to 2016, but I think your service is a great help, and I appreciate it.

This service has been a godsend since I signed up last February. I had been getting up to 8 robocalls a day and it is now obvious that most of them who had been trying to get thru using multiple numbers, different caller ID's, and sequential calls have given up. Aaron has given us all a weapon to help end the war on Tele-scum!

Love it, it stops about 10 calls a day. Saved us from just cancelling our home phone which is still considered.

I love it! Nomorobo stops the annoying call after just one ring!

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