Nomorobo: Block Robocalls For Good

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Dan Seitz is an obsessive nerd living in New England. He lives in the Boston area with a fiancee, a dog, a cat, and far too many objects with processors.

4 Comments to Nomorobo: Block Robocalls For Good

  1. You might look into Nomorobo again. It seems that they can no longer simu ring the “Cardmember services” scam robocall. I have repeatedly given Nomorobo the same scammer number and caller id, and Nomo seems to either be ignoring it, given up, or just doesn’t care anymore. Sorry Nomorobo, you seem to be failing.

  2. PrivacyFreak

    I looked at this service. Their privacy/ToS says they will treat your info on their website correctly. However, I find it odd that they say nothing about your phone call records. The way this service works, they effectively can log all your incoming phone call details. NoMoRobo has nothing (that I could find) that says if they are abiding by the same personal information privacy rules for your phone records. What will they use that info for? Will they resell your phone call history? What do they do to protect your phone history? etc.

  3. My landline provider doesn’t support simultaneous ringing so this is no help to me. Their site won’t reveal which providers actually do support it, so there’s no way to know which provider to switch to. Has anyone actually found a provider that supports it and if so, which one is it?

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