Quote: Originally Posted by Layback Bear
Quote: Originally Posted by Barman58
Just answer the phone "NSA Security" see how long they stay on line
I do like this method.(NSA Security)
Personally I just unplug the phone from the wall.
Because of the elections go on now this method also stops all those surveys calls.
While it is highly unlikely you would get charged for it, saying your NSA Security is technically illegal (as is claiming to be any police officer or government agent). It's the reason I only named my Wi-Fi networks Surveillance Van 42 and Surveillance Van 42.5 instead of Police Surveillance Van or FBI Surveillance Van (one of my neighbors' network is named "I Love Robbery and Fraud").
For three months before the last Presidential elections and for one month afterward, I had all my phone ringers turned off and let my answering machine fill up. That's when I decided it was time to lose the landline although that didn't happen until several months ago
I now no longer have a land line. If my two cell phone numbers get any political robo-calls, I'm taking that candidate to small claims court for theft of service (they aren't the one paying my phone bill and I didn't give them permission to use my phone number) and invasion of my peace and quiet and my privacy (also, it is illegal to robo-call a cell phone).