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AT&T Spearheading Robocall 'Strike Force'

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Good, and it's not only AT&T

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Aug 20, 2016, 8:03 AM
As a night worker, I find these robocalls frustrating, spoofed numbers which look similar to local or work numbers, hawking crazy credit card protection schemes. Fine's seizure of assets and prison terms should be in order. The state and local governments should pass stricter laws, and I include other nations. All my numbers are on the do not call list. While I don't really like it, I don't include legitimate companies that I do business with, and usually will respect a do not call list, and will remove you from such calls after politely asking.

Most filters do not catch these calls, many are spoofed local numbers. The trouble is most are off shore, and don't know how well the can be enforced. Outside of penalties if they represent...
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