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Just last week, 11,097 people got Nomorobo protection!
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.— , Nov 29th, 9:54am
This system works, and quickly. Thanks for the relief.— , Nov 29th, 10:00am
Finally a tool that that is more persistent than telemarketers! Thank you Nomorobo! The only thing that could improve it would be if it hung up on the calls before the phone even rang!— Beth C, Nov 29th, 11:05am
It is great! Thank you soooo much. Some days 5 or 6 calls are blocked. And blocking the one digit number was amazing! Thank you for peace and quiet.— Ellen P, Nov 29th, 11:10am
Before Nomorobo we received 20+ calls daily wanting us to buy, try, or use junk.— , Nov 29th, 12:14pm
I like that it blocks so many calls but I still get calls coming through that are robo and unwanted. Why is that? (I don't answer unless a person I know or a call I am excepting starts to leave a message.) You make life so much easier without having most of those unwanted calls interrupting my day.— Mary C, Nov 29th, 2:12pm
I am so grateful for the people responsible for Nomorobo! It has made a tremendous difference in the peace in our home. My husband has reached the "age of confusion" and he wasn't discerning between scammers and people we actually do business with. On one day we received 16 calls in ONE HOUR. We were starting to battle each other over who to give info to and who not to trust, this service has stopped all that nonsense. I have recommended Nomorobo to many family and friends and continue to tell as many people as possible. A sincere Thank You!!— Darlene H, Nov 29th, 2:18pm
I worked in communications for 35 years, and this is one of the greatest technology programs ever invented to specifically help the consumer. Keep up the good work. Maybe some day the call will not have to even ring the consumer's phone even once.— Ronald P, Nov 29th, 2:33pm