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Just last week, 8,161 people got Nomorobo protection!
Love it cuts off so many of those calls. Thank you— Wolf, Nov 29th, 9:33am
Has been working great Wouldn't be without it— Dave, Nov 29th, 9:47am
Great service and it works without a hitch.— Ken S, Nov 29th, 9:57am
Love it. But it also blocks calls that are dialed from a saved phone directory (my elder Dad does not remember my number but has it saved in his phone as a favorite). These calls are also blocked. Would like to be able to provide a list of numbers that are allowed regardless of how they are dialed.— Cindy V, Nov 29th, 10:18am
I've been signed up with Nomorobo since March of 2013. Without ANY doubt, Nomorobo is the BEST thing to happen to our phone system in a long, long time. It just baffled me for DECADES how unsolicited, scam phone calls were (and still are) allowed by the FCC. The Do Not Call Registry is a joke, nothing more than a political token gesture, in my opinion. I see absolutely ZERO enforcement of that registry. On top of that, the latest scam of caller ID spoofing is another atrocity that I simply cannot believed is possible. How can phone companies, and/or the FCC, allow spoofing? Anyway, I was always looking for a way to stop these annoying calls, and never came up with any working solution until Nomorobo came along. Thank you so VERY, VERY much. The ONLY improvement to Nomorobo that I'll mention, and don't get me wrong, I'll continue to take/love Nomorobo just the way it is since this improvement may not be possible, would be if my phone didn't ring at all from the robocalls. As a side note; I am such a strong supporter of this type of home privacy protection that I would like to VOLUNTEER to help Nomorobo in some way. If there is something I can do to support and/or help Nomorobo, please contact me (I did send an email to this effect earlier this year, but never received any response). KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK, AND THANKS AGAIN.— Steve B, Nov 29th, 10:29am
It's Great !I saw it on a news report from a consumer reporter, I caught just the end of the report. The reporter said there was a new thing out called "Nomorobo", that worked better than the "do not call list".I googled "Nomorobo" it's been "Blissful Silence" ever since.— Patrick A, Nov 29th, 10:57am
I could not imagine being without Nomorobo anymore...especially during the never ending political election cycles Nomorobo has cut the number of calls to almost nothing. I have recommended it to family and friends alike— Ed K, Nov 29th, 11:23am
Aaron foss is a genius. His Nomorobo technology continues to function above our expectations monitoring our home land line system, running interference against even the most persistent robo marketing calls! I cannot help but smirk when our phone simply emits the single ring, alerting us that yet another robo call has been blocked; hoorayyy for Mr. Foss. Our life is much less stressful knowing that Mr. Foss's electronic "secretary" is fielding unwanted incoming calls, especially those around dinner time. Thank you Aaron for all of your hard research and work to bring nomorobo to life!— Ken D, Nov 29th, 12:17pm