Itís #1 telephone-related consumer complaint. The technology
exists to block robocalls. Itís been used in Canada since 2007 and
they love it there! So why isnít it being used in the U.S.?
A free robocall blocking service should be available this summer.
The Federal Trade Commission awarded $50,000 to the winners of
its 'Robocall Challenge' contest. These folks came up with
ways to filter and block those unwanted and mostly
illegal prerecorded phone messages that are so aggravating.
Will you get a new cellphone when your wireless
contract ends? If not, you might want to reconsider.
It all has to do with the money you pay as part of the
monthly service charge to cover the cost of your phone.
Despite years of prosecution, the Federal Trade Commission says
the problem of illegal robocalls is worse than ever! There are
things you should and should not if you get one of these annoying
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