Nuisance Phone Calls: How explorers stop them

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Commonwealth Club Longevity Explorers discuss the ubiquitous nature of nuisance calls from phone banks and computers, and how to avoid unscrupulous callers. Several members offer solutions to the problem including joining a dedicated web site or giving up the land line, since cell phones do not receive 'robo calls'.

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from the Commonwealth Club, San Francisco circle discussion January 11th, 2016.

 

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Key words: 
robo calls, phone solicitation, block callers, nuisance calls

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