There were 3.4 billi automated calls in April this year, and chances are you'll have about half of them your own phe. These calls are no lger just telemarketing. Just like spam, scams invade these already annoying automated calls. e way around this is to unplug your landline, and ignore any phe calls your iPhone (go to
A better way is to troll the robocallers by linking them to a service that answers calls for you, and uses robots to keep telemarketers the line, wasting their time to cost them mey. And for that, you need the Jolly Roger
Jolly Roger Telephe Company to the rescue
The service calls Jolly Roger Telephe Company, and for a subscripti of $ 2 per mth (or $ 6 per year ), it will hit the telemarketers where it hurts – in the wallet. Just like spam, telemarketing gets its mey from the small percentage of idiots who actually react to its predatory offerings. If you can keep telemarketing agents line, play them as a fish a hook, then you cost mey from these scummy businesses. That's the idea, anyway.
I have never used the service. And to be hest, Jolly Roger's website looks pretty dubious, so you can be wary of giving him your phe number, your e-mail address and your payment details. For example, the product page of the subscripti "Deep Six" of a year says that "this …