Have you ever received a phone call from a number that went ahead to deliver an annoying, monotonous pre-recorded message? If yes, then you have fallen into the large category of Americans who have received robocalls for reasons ranging from politics to marketing.
Almost everyone hates robocalls, and for whatever reason you received one, chances are that you didn’t like it too. So, here are 3 great ways to block robocalls for good:
- Do not engage an anonymous caller: prevention, they say, is the best medicine. The best way to avoid getting entangled in the web of unsolicited robocalls is to not answer calls from strange numbers altogether. However, we know that this may be almost impossible because we all have strange numbers calling us everyday and thus may feel the need to pick up and verify the caller’s identity. That’s alright; read on.
- Put your number on the “Do-not-call” registry: you can put your number on the national DNC registry and have any unwanted calls reported directly to the Federal Trade Commission. You can do this easily by sending a cease and desist teller. If you do not know how to create a cease and desist letter, we will be happy to create one for you; call us on (877) 700-5790, or enter your details into the form and we will contact you within 24 hours.
- Try apps: mobile applications such as true caller, robocall revenge, RoboKiller, and many others offer various methods to block robocalls. Try one today and let us know how it worked for you.