Friday 20 Sep 2019

AG Joins Fight Against Robocalls

(NORTH CAROLINA NEWS NETWORK) — North Carolina’s Attorney General says the telecommunications industry needs to help in the fight against robocalls.

Attorney General Josh Stein says this is a major consumer complaint.

Stein is leading a group of Attorneys General around the country which has filed a formal comment with the FCC, seeking new rules that would allow phone service providers to use new technologies to block illegal and unwanted robocalls, which are often made by scammers trying to trick people out of money.

One Comment

  1. Willow says:

    It’s freaky is when I look at the caller ID & see that (due to someone “spoofing” my phone number), it appears that I am calling myself. I sometimes get these calls 7-8 times a day for a couple of days in a row.


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