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I've had NOMOROBO for a few weeks now and it hasn't blocked a single call. I report the numbers to NOMOROBO; some of them are repeat offenders, but it doesn't seem to help. I'm grateful that Cox provides this service but so far it hasn't done anything to block robocallers. Just venting.
I agree. Many repeat calls that have been reported. Have no idea if or when Nomorobo actually reads or takes action.
Hi OldMainFrameGuy, we regret learning of such an unfortunate experience, and we'd like to have this investigated further. When you log in to http://nomorobo.com, and click on "Your Phones," does your home phone number show up and state "Protected?" The Nomorobo service has successfully blocked over 900,000,000 calls. If your phone number reads "Not Protected," this indicates the service is not active currently. -Kevin M. Cox Support Forum Moderator
Kevin: Yes, it shows up as protected and I've run the test a few times with positive results. If I understand how this is supposed to work, when Nomorobo is blocking a call, my phone will ring exactly two times. That never happens. Sometimes it rings 4 times and the caller hangs up; other times, it rings enough times for the caller to leave a robocall message on my answering device. The four-ring scenario has been going on for months; presumably robocallers who figure I'm not going to answer the phone.
Same problem here. I even checked the NOMOROBO data base and found numbers on their hit list that were still coming thru weeks after they had been marked. and I have twice verified with NOMOROBO that the service is active on my Cox landline
ps- have yet to hear the phone ring only once