Re: Yet another security alert
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I have that same phone however when I first got it I did not have collar ID so it didn't work. Now caller ID is included in my service so it has helped.
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From: "Betsy via Groups.Io" <betsypep2000@...>
Date: 1/6/19 4:53 PM (GMT-05:00)
Subject: Re: [onlinesewing-janome] Yet another security alert
I bought a new Panasonic phone that has a call block button right on the front and it has cut my calls from 15 plus a day to 0 to 3
It blocks that number and I was surprised to find that they really don’t change their numbers that oftern.
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Yes the caller Id does change on those "Robo" calls. I have reported many of those calls and it has been getting better. Our Cable company has introduced for free a program that if we register with them and again it is fee they are going to monitor our calls and the instructions are to let the phone ring 2 times and if you have blocked it in the past it will be blocked automatically. It has been in effect about 2 weeks now and it has helped tremendously. I realize though that some will slip by it will just take some time for it to work perfectly. and then maybe it won't but at least they are trying. It is called "ROBO CALL". You may want to inquire about itl
I just got a phone call that was a recording stating that Apple security had been breached and my iCloud account was hacked. The Caller ID on my phone said "Apple Inc". Fortunately I already knew it was a scam from this post: Apple Phone Phishing Scams Getting Better