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It is wonderful. I love not being bothered.

I luv it. We have a small business in our home and it stops about 2/3 of unwanted calls. I have recommended to friends.

Love, love, LOVE it! Just one ring and the robot is gone -- gives me a big smile and a lovely feeling of peace and safety every time. Can't say thank you enough!

Love it. It has stopped all those annoying calls.

Nomorobo detects more than 99% of the robo calls to our home. We get on the average 6-8 robo calls every day. Phone rings once and it cuts the call right out. We love it!

It's not perfect, but it does a great job most of the time. I only wish it would work against political calls during the last election.

Can you put an 11 on your scale? 10 just isn't high enough!!!

Nomorobo is the best!! I don't bother to even look up until after the phone rings twice. Thank you for eliminating tons of bothersome calls.

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