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Reader asks how telemarketers are faking with local numbers

And biggest question of all: How to make it stop?

Diane Benningfield writes:
I am wondering how I can get several phone calls a day from local phone numbers, then when you answer it is a telemarketer of some sort, or Rachel from the credit card company telling me this is my final phone call. Which it isn't, because she calls back every day. I would love to know how to make it stop. Is this happening to anyone else? --Diane Benningfield
Thanks, Diane Benningfield. Hope someone can offer us the answer. It's infuriating. Hope someone has a simple answer. - EW

This story was posted on 2017-10-26 19:34:24
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