Nomorobo Stop robocalls now!
Phone Scam Alert!

(832) 240-3126 is a Business Scam

Do not answer.

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  • Transcript This is an important message please do not hang up your Google business listing may be at risk of not being seen we tried numerous times to reach you by telephone so that we can check the status of your listing this will only take a few minutes of your time press want to check the status of your listing to ensure that it is active if your listing has not been verified your listing may not be shown if you are the business owner press 1 now Press 2 if you would like to be taken off of our list.
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Just last week, 11,656 people got Nomorobo protection!


I absolutely love it. It's still annoying to get one ring, but it's so much better than having to get up to answer it. I didn't have any trouble setting it up, but some might be intimidated by the multiple steps.

— Art R, Nov 29th, 9:14am

Every time my phone rings once and then no more rings, it' like heaven! Before Nomorobo I'd listen to it ring over and over and over until they stopped. As soon as I saw this on my local CBS station (KMOV - St. Louis) I immediately signed up and have been singing it's praises to anyone who'd listen. To say that I LOVE this is an understatement -- I ADORE it!!

— Regina H, Nov 29th, 9:37am

Trying to stop or at least limit Robocalls almost became a part time job for me. I would diligently try to use their "press 5 to be removed from our list" [yeah, THAT works!], & even more diligently report the numbers/caller ID in complaints to the Do Not Call Registry. Pretty much to no avail & a losing battle. Then I read about Nomorobo. Gave it a try & OMG, what a difference! An IMMEDIATE difference! A real Godsend --- The peace is wonderful. One little ring & then nothing. Thank you so much!!

— T.P. G, Nov 29th, 9:57am

Can not tell you enough how pleased I am....this is one of the best things that has happened....can you fix Washington? I knew there were intelligent people in this world that were not corrupt. Thank you thank you

— marion b, Nov 29th, 10:23am

The system is blocking 90% of the unwanted calls.

— Gene S, Nov 29th, 10:34am

There should be a number 12 The peace is so wonderful. No more getting up to answer useless calls. Thank You!

— Peggy, Nov 29th, 11:04am

it's great!!! my phone rings once and then nothing. that's how i know it's a robocall.

— mona h, Nov 29th, 12:56pm

This is the best way to stop robo calls. I now have a list of 285 calls over the past months. Now starting on my cell phone also. AT&T needs to sign up with nomorobo for cell phones. Thank you so much for this service.

— Charlsie, Nov 29th, 1:15pm
Is there a hero among us who can rise up and build something to foil the dreaded robocall?
...may have solved one of the perpetual annoyances of living in the telephone age.
It's a problem that gets worse every year...but a new website promises to change all that.
...life without that nuisance we know as robocalls has a nice ring to it.
A groundbreaking solution to the problem...I'm positive it's going to work.
If you have a phone, you probably get robocalls...but relief may soon be available...
...there is little you can do to stop them...but new technology [is] coming soon...
...propose[d] some high-tech strategies to finally stop automated sales calls.
...give more consumers the ability to protect their privacy, [is] a "tremendous, promising development"...
...will provide relief to millions of American consumers harassed by these calls.
Robo-calls, meet the terminator.
...those illegal prerecorded messages hawking everything from timeshares in the Bahamas to free money.