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#662# Scam Block for RoboCalls

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#662# Scam Block for RoboCalls

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T-Mobile customers have choices when it comes to dealing with Robo-spam. Every postpaid T-Mobile customer and Metro by T-Mobile customers get free Scam ID included, so they get warned of a "scam likely" call and can decide when to pick up or get the satisfaction of hitting "decline" on scammers. But by simply dialing #662# to activate free Scam Block, these customers will never see another "scam likely" call again.

Robocalls are on the rise, and T-Mobile continues to lead the war against robo-spam – all those unwanted robocalls and scam calls. Today, the Un-carrier announced it has now blocked 3.5 billion scam calls and warned T-Mobile and Metro by T-Mobile customers about 15 billion ‘Scam Likely’ calls since launching its free network-based Scam ID and Scam Block solutions in March 2017. The Un-carrier is now warning customers about one billion ‘Scam Likely’ calls a month – or 23,000 every minute!

But the problem is only getting worse. U.S. mobile customers received nearly 48 billion robocalls last year – more than 150 calls for every adult. And half of calls this year are projected to be robo-spam, and in the last twelve months, Americans have been scammed out of over $10 billion. Fraudsters are finding more sophisticated ways to trick consumers, spoofing familiar business numbers and using personal information to lure people in to a false sense of security.

Note: Some of the names, addresses, email addresses, telephone numbers or other information in samples on this website may have been impersonated or spoofed.

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#662# Scam Block for RoboCalls