I have had these type of nuisance callers often and they are always reported online in sites that come up with yahoo search,but never stopped through the software. My blockage level is high. And set to play number disconnected. And all entries are these type of calls.
I do not understand how this number is getting past nomorobo as did the others.
I have no manually blocked it. But wonder is no nomorobo really doing its job?
SO . . . the other day, I turned the blocking all off. And now no more barrage. I have left the other line on and they are getting calls. I have to go turn it all off on that line and see what happens.
Oh! and what about the Enhanced Caller ID?! The only enhancements I'm seeing is that perfectly fine numbers are being rewritten to spoofs.
Nomorobo's call blocking behavior is different for mobile phones vs. landlines. Nomorobo does let callers enter a code to push the call through, but only for landlines, and only for ten minutes; it also changes the Caller ID number for such calls.
Ooma's call blocking behavior is different from Nomorobo's. Ooma may make use of Nomorobo's database, but it still does its own call blocking. That gives its users the option to decide how to handle blocked calls.
Enhanced Caller ID only provides a name to go with a given number. It does not rewrite the number.
As far as any of the CID actions, nothing there. I read what and how it's suppose to work, but it doesn't. And it's now a 50/50 proposition as to what you'll get. Even ones that have been correct may not be at a later date.
That's not very descriptive.FarmerBob wrote:That's how it all is suppose to work. It doesn't.