[TriLUG] whitelist phone?
c.crider at gmail.com
Tue Sep 21 16:41:43 EDT 2010
I know you mentioned not giving Google anything more ... but here goes.
I've found Google Voice to be one of my favorite apps of all time. You can
choose to have any of your phones ring when a certain number
calls, or have it "treat as spam", or "block caller". You can have no phones
ring, force it to go directly to voice mail, and create a custom
voice mail for as many numbers as you like. For those idiots that won't stop
calling, I suggest a whistle or loud air horn as a message.
Or perhaps something from the "Monty Python Sings" CD?
Here's a physical address/map for Greentree:
5505 N. Cumberland Avenue, Suite 307
Chicago, IL 60656
On Tue, Sep 21, 2010 at 2:56 PM, WA Brown <brownwa at ftc-i.net> wrote:
> My son a ex-daughter-in-law got a divorce 10 years ago. Therefore he lost
> the house . Greentree calls me 4 -5 times a day looking for them. They will
> not stop. I have told them and told them not to call. They change numbers
> and "names" so it is a hassle. I wish I have a physical address on them!!
> This is some of the crap. I cannot understand why a device or phone does not
> have this feature? It should be standard on every phone.
> WA Brown
> From: "Steve Pinkham" <steve.pinkham at gmail.com>
> Sent: Tuesday, September 21, 2010 2:45 PM
> To: "Triangle Linux Users Group General Discussion" <trilug at trilug.org>
> Subject: Re: [TriLUG] whitelist phone?
> I've not received any telemarketer calls on my VOIP service, which is
>> too bad as I'd love to sue some...
>> The DNC list is useful as it allows you to easily sue violators in small
>> claims court for fast and easy money.
>> On 09/21/2010 02:19 PM, Alan Porter wrote:
>>> The Do not call this is a waste.
>>> I just act like a prick when they call. After a while, you
>>> make it onto their "don't bother" list. I am convinced that
>>> they DO share this information.
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