Tips on how to avoid a different kind of spam calls


We all know that feeling when you see an unrecognized call on your phone screen and freeze with one mind in your head - whose number is this. The worst part is, about 30 % of those calls are scammer or telemarketer calls. If your ears are ringing from pesky automated calls, here are a few tips on how to get some peace and quiet from different kinds of calls.

How to stop No Caller ID calls?

No Caller ID calls are no doubt the worst.

With a regular phone number, you can use some free phone number lookup programs to find out who’s calling you and block these numbers on your phone.

This trick doesn’t work with no ID calls. A No Caller ID call is a regular phone call that has purposefully stripped information from it. They are also called blocked, hidden, masked, or unknown calls.

If you get this call, it’s not necessary means you get a fraud call. Telemarketers use No Caller ID when they do not want to get reported for their illegal marketing actions. Each call is a frustrating experience of wondering who’s calling me and if they’re calling to harass me. If you’ve ever felt that frustration, you’re not alone and we are here to help you.

How to stop robocalls?

A lot of the unsolicited robocalls are complete scams. Nowadays fraudsters have tricky ways to get you to pick up the phone: they can fake their caller IDs, so the caller ID may look like a local cell-phone number. Robocalls from sales companies are illegal but they still find a way to do this. Here are some tips to make it harder for them.

How to stop telemarketer’s calls?

Companies are legally allowed to call you with calls that are strictly informational. In most cases, telemarketers are not allowed to call or text your cell phone without your permission, unless you have given it. What you can do if you received a telemarketer call:

All of these tips should help to ease the avalanche you’re probably experiencing right now. Hopefully, we could help you to be able to start trusting your callers again and answer unrecognized calls more often.