And in early summer, the Federal Communications Commission announced the arrest of a Miami scammer who was making more than a million neighbor-spoofed calls per day.
But the problem persists: According to the Robocall Index maintained by app maker You Mail, 2.6 billion robocalls were placed in July 2017, and the FTC reports that robocalls are the top complaint received by the agency.
Scammers get their contacts from all sorts of sources, and it’s best to try to stay off as many lists as possible.
And, if you haven’t already, sign up for the FTC’s Do Not Call registry — it may not keep away the scam artists, but it should cut down on calls from telemarketers.
But once you pick up, it’s the same old robocall scam.
It will become obvious if his lifestyle is different from the one you believe is right.
While these things can be hidden in the early parts of most relationships, these things cannot be easily concealed from a neighbor like they would be if you were seeing someone in a long distance relationship.
That’s because once you pick up and engage with the call, you’re telling the software that yours is a real number, and you may then receive even more calls.
In addition, it’s a good idea not to use your phone number to sign up for services— online or in-person— if it’s not required.
It’s effortless, and it can be a simple, understated way to share the things that you love.