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Government Offers $50,000 To Stop Robocalls

Citing thousands of monthly complaints about robocalls, the Federal Trade Commission has offered a $50,000 award to anyone who devises a technology to block illegal automated telemarketing calls while leaving legitimate calls unaffected. What do you think?

  • “I don’t think the FTC has thought this through. Do they even realize how many jobs this would cost the scamming industry?”

    Pam Troop
    Paramedic
  • “I don’t want to brag, but our government must be doing pretty well if it’s suddenly throwing around $50,000.”

    Ky Wood
    Quilt Stuffer
  • “Make that $50,010. I’ll throw in 10 more bucks.”

    Clarence Kressel
    Well Driller