If you have a phone number, you’re probably bombarded by scammers, spammers, telemarketers, and robocalls on a daily basis. In fact, you’re probably resigned to the fact that they’re an inevitable part of life. But in fact, there’s a way to eliminate them entirely with a one-time payment of as little as $10 per device. It’s called Uncall, and you can get started right now for free.
The first step in securing your phone number with Uncall is to submit your phone number for a free “rough analysis” that will tell you how many online registries have your number. These registries, some of which are located on what’s known as the “dark web,” are how telemarketers and scammers get phone numbers to do their annoying work. This analysis will tell you if you’ll benefit from Uncall’s services before you commit.
After that, if you decide to sign up for Uncall, it will cost you just $15 per number you wish to secure. And if you secure five or more numbers, that price goes down to $10 per device. To be clear, that’s not a monthly or even annual fee, but a one-time payment that will grant the user lifetime protection from unwanted calls, texts, and voicemails.
How does Uncall accomplish this? They do it through a variety of methods, some more complicated than others. The simplest is to contact the legitimate, or “white-hat,” phone number registries, and have your number removed. This can be easier said than done for members of the general public, as anyone who’s ever tried to get their number removed from a list on their own can attest. But Uncall has proven methods for doing so effectively.
But as was mentioned before, there are other, less legitimate registries on the dark web where your phone number can become a target for scam artists. Uncall has contacts associated with these “black-hat” registries that can help mark your number as a “bad conversion” (phone registry lingo for numbers that are a waste of time to call), or remove them from the list entirely. The end result? Spammers and phishers become a thing of the past, at least as far as your phone number is concerned.
So if you’re sick of your phone being a bulls-eye for scammers, spammers, phishers, and anyone else with access to the various phone registries scattered across the Internet, head over to Uncall’s official site right now for a free rough analysis of your phone number. The peace and quiet that follows will be priceless.
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