Screen Unwanted Calls Without One-at-a-time Blocking

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cnetlogoSometimes it seems I should be answering my phone by asking, “What are you selling?” Even though our home and mobile numbers were added to the Federal Trade Commission’s Do Not Call Registry as soon as we received them, the unsolicited nuisance calls persist.

That’s because the government’s registry blocks only telemarketers — and not all of them. While most honest telemarketing firms honor people’s wishes not to receive such calls, many ignore the requirement not to contact numbers on the list, as David Lazarus of the Los Angeles Times reported last July.

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