Demand phone companies put anti-robocall technology to work
Promising technology to help stop unwanted robocalls is being tested now, but we need the FCC to require phone companies to adopt it – and to make sure companies are implementing it at no cost to you.
Add your name to our petition to FCC Chairman Ajit Pai to take strong action and require all phone carriers adopt free call-verification technology that will help stop ‘spoofed’ robocalls.
Consumers banding together helped pressure the FCC and phone companies to come together and develop anti-number-spoofing technology.
Last month, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai called on the phone companies to adopt this technology and implement it by the end of 2019.
But we know robocallers are stealthy and adaptable. The longer phone companies wait to get on board -- or if they are not forced to act at all -- the more time spammers have to change tactics. That's why it is critical the FCC require the phone companies adopt this technology ASAP, and to police how it is implemented.
Sign on to our petition, and let the FCC know that you want this promising technology ASAP, at no charge, to help stop robocalls.
Sign the petition
And if you have friends and family who are fed-up with robocalls (no doubt!), please let them know how they can help us ramp up the pressure on the FCC as much as possible.
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