Welcome back @V. T. Eric Layton!I hope your situation is somewhat better. You have been missed.
Aside from the part where landline phones...I can't let my landline die. I don't really care for cell phones. They're convenient when needed, but a hassle the rest of the time. I don't like being tied to them.
QOTD – Do you get many Robocall/scam calls.The bane of my existence! I've been on the no call list for ages but that doesn't seem to make a difference. I've got a variety - the in language - because of my last name some think I speak certain Chinese dialects,... Then the solicitation ones, then the threatening ones - e.g.the fake CRA, RCMP or other scary government ones! Since I have a job I can now ignore #s I don't know but while I was hoping to hear from those I applied to, I picked up the calls then blocked them as soon as I knew they were robo/scam calls. What's worst that robo/scam calls? Robo/scam texts!
Bob Lai - about 13 hours agoHahahahaha !... Excellent. ^^
If the number is unknown, I often answer, “Caller number three, you’re on the air! What’s the answer to the trivia question?”
QOTD – Do you get many Robocall/scam calls.Well, with my home phone being shut down for a while (along with my Internet), it was pleasingly quiet around here for the past 2+ months. However, that being said, I do get Scam and Robocalls, but I also have the ability to block each of their numbers individually, so I only get one of those type calls from that particular number.
a lot of them use randomly falsified caller ID anyway.Yes, that is absolutely how the spoofing is done, @Phil Landmeier (ᚠ). Hard to avoid. Frontier has recently ('bout damned time, too) started labeling "Potential Spam" calls on the caller ID screen. That helps a bit.
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