Are spam calls driving you batty? We are so neutralized to their ever-presence that we call out “spam?” whenever the phone rings. Even though we ask “PLEASE take us off your list!” each time, the calls are never-ending. Many Americans receive pestering, automated robocalls multiple times a week, and it will get even worse when tax filing season begins. Whether it’s a robot claiming to be a representative who can lower taxes owed or someone offering a free cruise, these robocalls are always disruptive and annoying. Some of them can even result in scams, as con artists conduct robocalls year-round to try to trick others out of their hard-earned money. Luckily, Justin Lavelle, Chief Communications Officer of the BeenVerified.com online background check platform, is here with tips to help you prevent robocalls once and for all!
It is not uncommon to receive multiple robocalls a week on both your landline and your cell phone, even though you’ve registered your phone numbers with the Do Not Call Registry. They’re offering everything from lower credit card rates to free vacations and medical alert devices. It’s not only annoying, but many of these calls come with a high probability of scam. Robocalls are scams run by con artists who are trying to trick you out of your money and they simply ignore the law. Below are must-know tips for putting an end to robocalls:
Justin Lavelle is the Chief Communications Officer at BeenVerified.com, a fast, affordable, and easy way to access public records and search for people. Find out ages, marital status, addresses, email addresses, phone numbers, criminal records, and more.
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