Apps Helping To Thwart Illegal, Annoying RobocallsThe government is looking at ways to stop robocalls but there are apps you can use to help cut out and disconnect the annoying calls.
Analysis: Robocalls Reach Record Level, Up By 76 PercentA new report finds they're happening at an alarming rate, even though millions of numbers are on the "Do Not Call" list.
FCC: Americans Get 2.5 Billion Robocalls A MonthThe FCC is now cracking down on the robocall blitz, instituting new rules for phone companies to use in dealing with the rise of scam calls.
FCC Vows To Stop Billions Of Robocalls From TelemarketersThe FCC has vowed to end robocalls from telemarketers, but how can they do it?
Robocalls On The Rise: More Than 45.9 Million Calls Made In MayRobocalls used to be a hassle on your landlines. Now, many of us have received robocalls on our cell phones.
Robocalls Driving You Nuts? Here's How To Hang Up On ThemRobocallers and telemarketers combine to claim a dubious honor: the top complaint made by Americans to the Federal Communications Commission.
Debt Collectors Can Make Robocalls Those Who Owe Student LoansIt's Washington, DC's version of 'the fine print': A provision tucked into the bipartisan budget bill signed yesterday by President Obama gives new power to debt collectors.
3 On Your Side: Stopping TelemarketersEven though millions of people are on the National Do Not Call Registry they still get unwanted phone calls from telemarketers and computerized robocalls. But 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan finds there are a few different ways to stop them.
3 On Your Side: Stopping RobocallsAs 3 On Your Side consumer reporter Jim Donovan finds, inventors have come up with a way to cut off the calls before you even pick up.
Blog: Contest Winners Offer Way To End Robocalls
What 'Do Not Call' Really MeansIf you signed up for the National Do Not Call Registry, you might have believed - reasonably - that you wouldn’t get unsolicited calls, but there are many exceptions.
Cell Phones Covered Under Do-Not-Call RegistryWith the migration of people from land line phones to cell phones, advertisers have tried to go there too, and in many cases they're not supposed to.