(929) 437-6041 is a Robocaller
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Just last week, 6,256 people got Nomorobo protection!
I have already recommended it to anyone who is disturbed by robo calls - all my friends and even people who I do not know just passing in a store if it is mentioned— Annette S, Nov 29th, 9:30am
Every time my phone rings once and then no more rings, it' like heaven! Before Nomorobo I'd listen to it ring over and over and over until they stopped. As soon as I saw this on my local CBS station (KMOV - St. Louis) I immediately signed up and have been singing it's praises to anyone who'd listen. To say that I LOVE this is an understatement -- I ADORE it!!— Regina H, Nov 29th, 9:37am
THE BEST !!!!!! It shut down the regulars immediately. The new ones....one call and down the go. A true knock punch.— PoppaV, Nov 29th, 10:55am
We like it very much. We were getting tons of calls and it was so annoying. I would love to see it for my cell phone also.Thank you— Marvin, Nov 29th, 11:16am
Nomorobo is a sanity-saver! After my accounts were compromised at a couple of the stores where I used to shop, the number of robo calls I received every day was extreme. This despite the fact that I've been on the government Do-Not-Call lists since their inception, and have reported the robo callers that contacted me. Nothing helped until I stumbled over Nomorobo. Now I can relax and know that if it only rings once, there's nothing for me to do. I truly hope that Nomorobo puts a bunch of robocaller businesses out of business!— Dee, Nov 29th, 11:20am
Nomorobo has given me a boost in the quality of my life. I used to be plagued by robo calls. I tell my friends about it. Thank you Nomorobo— Astrid M, Nov 29th, 11:25am
I think it is great but wish there was some way to stop repeat calls that are Nomorobo stopped.— Alberta G, Nov 29th, 1:46pm
A wonderful tool to help stop unwanted calls. Unfortunately my calls for the past year from Jamaica keep switching phone numbers so I have to keep on using NoMoRobo. Hopefully some day they will run out of phone lines.— Morrisville M, Nov 29th, 2:16pm