19 Jul 2018
How to identify & block spam calls on your Android Device
Newer phones often have the ability to display when a known or suspected spam call is coming through to your phone. These calls are often from an international number and they can be from people pretending to represent reputable companies. But in reality, they're trying to scam you in some form or another, usually out of money. Learn how to add these nuisance callers to your blocked number list and avoid being bothered by them again.
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