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I have started to receive empty voicemails from telemarketers whose numbers I have placed in the incoming call block list. These telemarketers are invisible to both my home phone's caller list, as well as being absent from the Verizon Fios call log. The only way to view the number is by opening the voicemail on my phone.
How can Verizon be tricked into ignoring an incoming call on their network and therefore failing to log it?
The answer is too easily. VOIP is particularly vulnerble to fraud. The whole CALLERID system needs to be replaced by something more secure.
I was sick and tired of all the robo calls either at noon or around dinner time...have reported many to the FTC, but then I found NoMoRobo.com. Seems to work well and they did receive the FTC Challenge award, so check them out.
Verizon offers either to block calls or to notify you of attempted calls. Why is it they can't manage to block calls from specific numbers yet continue to send emails of calls? If they would do both, it would make it easy to copy the phone number into the blocked call list.
set up DO NOT DISTRUB LIST, no more headche. Telephone is use for receive calls and make the calls, If you dont want it, CUT OFF., do not complain.