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You'll never get rid of these calls unless you develop a broken-record ability to say, "Put me on your do-not-call list." Only
then will the pitch stop and they'll quit calling back.


My sister has a very interesting device attached to her phone. Whenever you get a telemarketing call, you press a button and hang up the phone. The device holds the line just long enough to play back a message which states in a professional sounding male voice, "The number you have reached does not accept this type of call. Please consider this as notification to remove this number from your calling list. Thank you. Goodbye."

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