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Cell phone spam blocker apps

Jenny

Angel Diva
#1
Anyone have a good app (iPhone) they use for automatically blocking suspected spam numbers? I am getting absolutely SLAMMED lately.
 

WaterGirl

Ski Diva Extraordinaire
#2
@Jenny are you sure you don't have friends in Belarus, Minsk, Siaullai, or the British Virgin Islands, that are trying to reach you?
 

Jenny

Angel Diva
#3
LOL, positive! So far these calls aren’t from THAT far away, but caller ID does say helpful things like from The United States.
 

heatherrrrz

Certified Ski Diva
#7
I have that on VOIP Comcast land line and I'd say it works just OK on the volume I get on the land line I did not know there was an app version.
I have to say the landline version probably works best, but as long as you refresh the app on your phone at least once a day the calls shouldn't come through
 

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