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Discussion in 'The Duck Hunters Forum' started by Lip Shooter, Dec 4, 2017.
That is what I am doing, but it I like to answer right away as a way of giving good client service.
If I don't recognize the number, even if it is from my home area code, I don't answer. If the call is legit they will leave a message. I don't know how, but the junk callers can now call from your area code, making it look like someone local. Again, no recognize, no answer. No voicemail, no callback.
depends on your provider, But there are APPs that you can subscribe to and they will effectively block the telemarketer database,and if it is threw a business I think it is even tax deductible, I have one on my business cell.
Just 3 way call them to the jolly Rodger phone company and listen to them talk to a robot. It's hilarious.
It's a generated recording that plays along to them taking. Give it a call yourself. Hilarious
I've somehow called and gotten calls from a certain local number. It's a local businessman. We had a couple friendly visits trying to figure out how it ever started. I think someone used my # while spoofing to call him and he called me to see who he missed a call from.
But, yeh, I've also noticed a decided uptick in sales calls and spoofed numbers.
I get quite a few a day, usually from credit card companies or debt consolidation. I usually go through the motions then when a live person gets on the phone I ask them if I can use their services to pay for hookers and blow. For some strange reason they always hang up on me. Sometimes I’ll ask them to help me bury a body I have wrapped up in a tarp.
I get far more pop up ads from this website though than I do robo calls. I figure I’ve racked up a couple million bucks in wal Mart gift cards so far.
Just won another one! @coachcornbread; iPhone user?
It’s only happening to iPhone users.