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by libertytax » Wed Jan 29, 2020 9:25 am
Robot call 415-582-4918. Please block this number. Thanks.
by andrewk365 » Thu Jan 30, 2020 11:09 am
Please block 1-628-270-1887

Calls 2x per day. Silence on the other end!

PS. Can you omit "0"'s and "O"'s from your confirmation code scrambler...very frustrating
by andrewk365 » Mon Feb 03, 2020 11:20 am
Please block 1-628-270-1917.

Thanks!
by andrewk365 » Tue Feb 04, 2020 12:34 pm
Please block: 1-628-270-1857

Thanks!
by Guest » Tue Feb 18, 2020 11:36 am
562-278-1364

"Google business listings"
by andrewk365 » Wed Feb 19, 2020 10:44 am
Please block:
628-270-1862
628-270-1922
628-270-1892

Thank you!
by danzinglist » Tue Feb 25, 2020 5:54 pm
Please block 888-492-5743 and report to NOMOROBO if approriate. It was Chinese spam voicemail, received 25 Feb 2020 around 5:45 pm.
Thank you.
by danzinglist » Tue Feb 25, 2020 6:33 pm
1) In order to post a spam phone number on the forum today, I had to repeat the posting process 5 times, using hard-to-view codes, before I was able to "prove" I was a human. I can see having to try 1 or 2 codes, but 5? (I pity anyone with even mild vision impairment who tries to use the forum.)
- Why is this process even necessary when I've already logged in as a member?
- Perhaps you could allow members who have logged in to skip the Captcha code step, and require it only for guests?
- Perhaps you could make the codes easier to see?
Still, I do appreciate your use of alphanumeric Captchas. At least they are considerably faster to interpret (even if wrongly) than those endless series of images that might contain a bit of a bus, or a tiny sign, or a traffic signal that is indistinguishable from a lamppost.

2) Many times, I've logged in as a member, and then my post is rejected on the forum, because that username is "already in use."
- What is the correct protocol to use to prevent this?

3) Previously, to avoid these complications, I'd tried reporting a spam number by telephone, but was told I had to use the forum instead.
- Is this true, or was the customer service rep just overworked that day?

Please consider how you can make this process more user-friendly. It's bad enough getting spam calls - reporting them should be easier, instead of a further stress for your customers.

Thank you.
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