Political calls, fake IRS scams, advertisements just seem to continue flooding our phones. So much so that the FCC lists these as the number one consumer complaint. But you can fight back! A recent New York Times article Robocalls Flooding Your Cellphone? Here’s How to Stop Them has lots of great advice for avoiding annoying, unwanted and even possibly fraudulent calls. Did you know that RoboKiller does most of these for you today? Check it out!

The NY Times’ number one suggestion is to simply not answer numbers you don’t know. That’s good advice, but what if it’s the woman you handed your business card to earlier in the day? With RoboKiller's Super Caller ID, her picture, name and address comes to life when your phone rings, even if she is not in your address book.

Another good suggestion is to turn to technology, and you’ve come to the right place. As noted in the article, using RoboKiller is a great way to block those calls. If the word of the NY Times isn’t enough for you, RoboKiller was also the winner of the FTC’s anti-robocall contest! Telemarketers and robocallers are using technology to find newer and more effective ways to annoy you - but with RoboKiller you can use the same technology to stop them from ever reaching your phone or voicemail.

And of course, one of the most fun ways to fight back is by turning the tables on the callers. RoboKiller’s Answer Bots respond to the telemarketers with pre-recorded messages that are not only fun to listen to but, more importantly, waste the telemarketers’ time, stopping them in their tracks. You might even get to listen to an angry meltdown!

Check out the article here: Robocalls Flooding Your Cellphone? Here’s How to Stop Them