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Just last week, 8,257 people got Nomorobo protection!
This has been a huge help to us. I have a question. We get quite a few calls where the phone rings once and no one is there. There is not a record of who called on Called ID. Could these be robo calls that did not get blocked in time? Is it a problem with Comcast?— Shirley G, Nov 29th, 9:29am
What a relief to be deprived of these annoying interruptions! Now if only you could manage to filter out the dialed calls from charities and political candidates!— Jeanne, Nov 29th, 10:00am
Fantastic! Really cut the unwanted calls down to nearly zero. Keep up the great work of giving control of our phones back to us.— Dale, Nov 29th, 10:12am
This service has been great. Stops the PIA's (Pain in the ASSES) from getting through. They get smarter and a few are finding how to get around it.— Ken, Nov 29th, 10:35am
I recommended it to a few relatives over Thanksgiving weekend. I am grateful to have Nomorobo to prevent so many annoying calls from coming thru! It took a while to get it installed on TWC, then another time period till I got any calls to screen. So glad I persevered with the help of Betty Lin-Fisher of Akron Beacon Journal. Some of my calls are stopped after 2 rings, rather than one - but that's great! I seldom get robo calls, but still report when I do. Thank you for coming up with this.— Anne F, Nov 29th, 11:48am
Nomorobo is amazing. Thank you so much!!!!— Arlene S, Nov 29th, 1:35pm
To paraphrase a line from the movie It's a Wonderful Life, "Every time the phone rings once, an angel gets his or her wings." You're heavenly. Thanks Nomorobo! Congratulations on your first anniversary.— Ralph, Nov 29th, 2:31pm
It works! I can't begin to thank you. Now you just need to close the deals with AT&T, Verizon, etc.— Blacky B, Nov 29th, 3:44pm