(517) 884-1186 is a Robocaller
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Just last week, 12,258 people got Nomorobo protection!
I frigging love it. Works well- too bad it can't block political telemarketing— Joan G, Nov 29th, 9:14am
I love it!!! The calls it blocks always come at the most inconvenient times.— N. H, Nov 29th, 9:50am
I and my wife just love it. It rings once and bam there gone. Only one minor problem. I'm getting calls from the same caller over and over again. This in minor to me because it still blocks them an only rings once. I can't thank you enough. We installed the app just before election time, and let me tell you it blocked a lot of calls. Great app. We can't wait for this to work on cell phones. I give it a 5 star +. Best regards Bill— William, Nov 29th, 10:51am
Thanks Nomorobo for giving me my sanity back! I was going crazy fielding a plethora of unwanted scammers!— Janice, Nov 29th, 11:19am
You guys are GREAT!!!!!! We are so HAPPY of all the damn, stupid calls we have blocked now, with your service. We will NEVER leave you. Please keep doing more and more, and if you can get cell phones hooked up-GOD BLESS YOU!!! You even block POLITICAL CALLS. When you can start blocking these damn politicians, you are GOD! Thank you, again and again, for your "God sent" service. Lawrence and Patricia Klein, kenosha, Wisconsin.— Lawrence K, Nov 29th, 12:13pm
I LOVE Nomorobo. I get a tremendous amount of satisfaction every time I hear my phone ring ONE time - knowing that another rude, ignorant, scamming person has been foiled in their attempt to get to me! Thank you, thank you, thank you!— Anonymous, Nov 29th, 12:14pm
Outstanding! We had a "project" getting set up with our phone service, but I'm so glad we kept at it. Now I often see the phone light up and promptly turn back off when Nomorobo is getting rid of some nuisance call. What a joy!— Karen M, Nov 29th, 12:42pm
Fantastic service. It's like having a guard dog on my phone line. Now if you could just send a 20,000 volt electric charge to the Robo caller then your service would be perfect.— Luke F, Nov 29th, 12:43pm