Another example of why we need NOMOROBO
I had a curious thing happen yesterday and today. I got a call from 623-594-56XX, once yesterday morning and twice this morning, neither showed up on call history, but it seems to be a hit-and-miss historically. However when I tried to use the *60 to block it, I could not. So I called the number and a nice lady answered, and after we got done asking each other "who are you?", I explained that her number had called me a couple of times. She said they never use that number, so I explained to her that evidently she is a victim of the robocall "pendejos" and might want to complain to Cox, since I suspect hers is a Cox number. Then looking at my call history my call to her showed up with username and number. Definitely robocall scammers manipulating the information elements of their calls.
I blocked the number on my home phone, so if they call again it will show on the phone, but I suspect not on call history. Cox, you guys need to step up to the plate and address these robocall issues, quit the excuses. You obviously have the capability, since you offer it to your business customers.
WHEN WILL COX IMPLEMENT ACCESS TO NOMOROBO?????