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How can I disable getting notifications for blocked callers?
stimpy77
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I made a mistake of buying 50% off hotel fees for a company that turned out to be a timeshare. They call me literally every day, presumably to try to get me to schedule my required meeting. I added them as a contact so I could mark it for "Block contact". They do get blocked, but as soon as they do, I get this STUPID notification in my system notifications list: "Call from [timeshare company] s.. Tap to stop forwarding". I don't know why it is "forwarding", and if I tap, the "Block contact" gets disabled. I don't want anything to do with this company. How do I disable this notification?

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Re: How can I disable getting notifications for blocked callers?
vzw_customer_support
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We want to make sure that you can block anyone who you do not want contacting you. The best route for blocking a contact number would be through your My Verizon. Here's information on how you can block a number: http://vz.to/1siP4if.


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Re: How can I disable getting notifications for blocked callers?
vzw_customer_support
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We want to make sure that you can block anyone who you do not want contacting you. The best route for blocking a contact number would be through your My Verizon. Here's information on how you can block a number: http://vz.to/1siP4if.


HarleyE_VZW
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If my response answered your question please click the "Correct Answer" button under my response. This ensures others can benefit from our conversation. Thanks in advance for your help with this!

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