Fraudulent Robocalls More Than a Nuisance By Rep. Mike Sanders

I’ve heard from many constituents about the prevalence of spam robocalls, which are not only an awful nuisance but really border on criminal harassment. I have gotten a number of these calls myself. Some are more of just an annoyance – ones claiming my car warranty is expiring and if I would just hit a number or call back, I could extend said warranty, for instance. Others are more serious – claiming social security numbers have been stolen or that the person being called owes the IRS money and if they don’t pay in cash or gift cards right away…

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