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Re: Dumb Question About "Do Not Call"

Seth Breidbart (
Fri, 23 Dec 2005 03:56:47 UTC

In article <>, Randall
<> wrote:

> Three times a day, every day, the phone rings and a female robot voice
> says "Hello, this is not a sales call. This is about an important
> business matter. Again, this is /not/ a sales call, this is an
> Important Business Matter!"

> Then the damn thing hangs up.

I suspect it's programmed to speak to answering machines only.

Try saying "beeeeeep" while it's talking at you.

There's a way to report the call to the phone company, which costs a
little money and you only get somewhere if you follow up via the


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