I just got hit by a computer voice automated system on this network. Asking to lower credit card interest rates
In another Language so quickly hung up my Verizon phone and would put a caller alert about this scam. Thought of
informing all of you nice folks here. Goltar
Thank you for remaining vigilant with your cellular service. We appreciate you bringing this to the attention of the forum. We know it's very important to take scam calls very seriously. We're here to help. Your best bet will always be to simply not answer calls from unknown numbers, unless you are expecting a call at that time. People calling with legitimate purpose will always leave a voicemail that you can screen. If the unwanted calls become more frequent, you may wish to consider adding your phone number to the national Do Not Call, which you can do here: donotcall.gov Your phone will also likely be able to block the calls easily at not cost to you. We do also offer a wide variety of network controlled call blocking options, ranging from free solutions to paid solutions. You can learn more about those here: https://vz.to/2Ktnhpx
In the event you ever receive scam messages or e-mails, you can also refer to this information to help you know your options. Fraud FAQs | Verizon Wireless
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Why is Verizon allowing this to happen? From my understanding att blocks all spam calls. It’s probably time to leave Verizon because they really don’t care about their customers. I’m sick and tired of paying $80+ a month and having to deal with this nonsense.
I'm sorry to hear you're dealing with spam calls Grandegeek. I can understand the frustration of those annoying calls and we don't want to lose you over this issue. Have you looked into our awesome Call Filter app?
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