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Here tells you what to do with the Robocalls phone call

Robocalls are at an epidemic level. There is hardly anything more annoying than answering a call. If you answer the phone and hear the recorded information instead of the field staff, it is a robocall. If the recording is a sales message and you have not received written permission to answer the company's phone number at the other end, the call is illegal. Scammers have become more embarrassing, but fraud is the same. They pretend to be global technology companies, big banks or the US Internal Revenue Service. They are all after your money, all of which is a huge waste of your time. Unfortunately, blocking personal calls afterwards is usually futile because robocallers are constantly changing their numbers.

So what do you do when you get an illegal robocall. hang up the phone. Do not talk to a field operator by one person. And don't cancel the list by any other number. If you respond by any number, it may only lead to more robocalls.

Some of the strategies listed below are just stop loss. Others are more effective. My advice is to experiment repeatedly until you find the one that works best for you. Please note that this is not an exhaustive list of all call blocking policies.

You can call the 1-888-382-1222 (voice) or 1-866-290-4236 (TTY) for free to register the number in the phone list. You must make a call using the phone number you want to register. You can also reject the call list donotcall.gov in your personal wireless register by adding a phone number to the country.

On the iPhone: Select "Phone", then click the info icon (rounded letter "i") and select "Block this caller."

On Android: Tap the caller's name, then tap the number and tap Block/Report Spam (please note that this may vary slightly from Android device).

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