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Baldo by Hector D. Cantú and Carlos Castellanos for February 16, 2019

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    TEMPLO S.U.D.  6 months ago

    Ouch (for the guy — who’s going to need hearing aids — on the other line).

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    SquawkTron  6 months ago

    I usually tend to block spam calls on my phone.

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    whahoppened  6 months ago

    Sorry, Sergio, the system won’t transmit that loud.

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    Anathema Premium Member 6 months ago

    Why be that rude to somebody who is just trying to pay his/her bills. Just say over them, “no thanks” and hang up.

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    TexTech  6 months ago

    Most of those “not a sales call” calls I get are a robot so the air horn won’t do much good. Plus I always get them on my cell phone at work. Not so sure my coworkers would appreciate a random blast from the air horn.

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    Kit'n'Kaboodle  6 months ago

    And this just seems to call me make a bit of a Public Service Announcement….

    I was left a voicemail the other day which was a computer-voice-robo-call. Because it was a computer, it didn’t get to leave the whole message after the voicemail answer and all I got was, "ignoring this message will be considered non-compliance and will result in legal penalties. You must call….. " For the record for anyone who gets a message like this: in NO legal matter whatsoever will the notice be given in a computerized robo-call. A call of this sort is a scam. Do not reply to it. Do not call them back. Do not say anything after they start playing a message like that, as a verbal “yes” could be used by a computer system to gain access to your phone data and/or account. Just hang up. And let your friends and relatives know not be scared of these official-sounding messages, because they do sound official and legal and scary. It’s easy to tricked when they have scared you first. Don’t become a statistic for ID theft. Just hang up.

    Thank you.

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    PoodleGroomer  6 months ago

    The confused message is a recording. Dial one and wait for an eager to be abused operator.

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    PoodleGroomer  6 months ago

    Ask the operator “Did you know that every transaction you complete is a fraud and is really hurting somebody. Please don’t call back.” They curse me, but I am going for days without calls.

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    NeedaChuckle Premium Member 6 months ago

    My CallerID said XM/Sirius, I picked up. It was a Posigen Solar Panel salesman. Hung up. They are posing as other companies to get you to answer. Another, a scammer, shows up as the phone company and cable company.

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    texasbob  6 months ago

    another public service announcement, there are text messages going around fro “bank cards” saying there are issues with your card and a link to click. Delete that text it is a scam. Credit card companies won’t contact you in such a manner

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    Norris66  6 months ago

    I answer my state’s name Attorney General Fraud Division, living people disconnect fast without saying anything :)

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    dakyorlando  6 months ago

    Oh boy. Telemarketers strike again.

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    JudyHendrickson  6 months ago

    hmmmmm!!!!!! have totry that!!! annoying telemarketers!!!

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    Cameron1988 Premium Member 6 months ago

    Nice one, Sergio!

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    micromos  6 months ago

    List your number on the Do not call LIST. . . . BWAHAHAHAHAHA.

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    rk  6 months ago

    Likely as not that was a robocall anyway.

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    Nicole  Premium Member 6 months ago

    Easier and cheaper to either just hang up or not answer unknown calls at all!

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    W6BXQ, John  6 months ago

    If you don’t recognize the number in your caller ID, don’t answer. If the call is important, they will leave voice mail.

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    whenlifewassimpler  6 months ago

    This is why I have an answering machine.

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    Zuria Premium Member 6 months ago

    I got a new one today…. seems my (unidentified) computer company is going out of business and wants to refund the money I spent on the pc.

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    JD'Huntsville'AL  6 months ago

    I believe what Papi did is considered illegal. Don’t try to copy him.

    The way I use to hand these calls? I would say “Excuse me, but can you hang on for just a minute? Thank you.” and then put the phone down and continue with what I was doing until I heard the “off-the-hook beep”. I figured at least I kept them from making a couple of other calls.

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    Sailor46 USN 65-95  6 months ago

    Call block works for repeat calls, I have over a 100 blocked #’s. I have no sympathy for unsolicited anything.

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