NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) - Tennessee received a staggering 1.4 billion robocalls in 2020, making our state the 10th worst for robocalls nationwide last year.
New data suggests most of those calls were scams, but others alerts, reminders and telemarketers.
People should be cautious if they receive a call that they have pre-qualified for a student loan forgiveness plan. That’s what the Better Business Bureau of Middle Tennessee is warning students and parents to know about this scheme and how it can impact your wallet.
If you feel like you're getting more robocalls than normal, there are a few steps you can take.
For starters, you can add your phone number to the FTC's "do not call list."
Some cell phone providers also offer spam blockers, which you can call your provider about and ask to set up.
NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) - If you're sick of those annoying robo-calls, don't worry, a federal agency is stepping in. The Federal Communication Co…
Experts also say to set up your voicemail and send numbers you don't recognize directly to your inbox.
Suppose there's a call that's aggravating. It's the non-stop robocalls. Recently, the robocall so many are talking about is the one asking about your ride.
Finally, you can always hang up and block the unknown number.