Virtually any kind of call or text to your cell phone that's initiated by an automated dialing system, or that uses a pre-recorded message. There is a section of the law that has also been shown to cover automated or pre-recorded messages to your landline. The most frequent kinds of calls that we've seen the kit be effective on are robocalls from people trying to sell things like health insurance, auto warranties, home security systems, student loan forgiveness programs, tax relief businesses, and home services, like roofing, air duct or carpet cleaning. Additionally, calls about buying or selling a property (whether you own it or not), mortgage or mortgage refinacing, and "your business' Google listing" have also been identified and made to pay, using the kit!
There is an ever-growing list of call types that the kit won't work on, simply because they are made by scammers, and not by legitimate businesses. Among the more popular of these calls are:
"Social Security Administration" calls
"Your iCloud has been hacked" calls
"Your Amazon account has been hacked" calls
There's been a mysterious purchase on your amazon account for $XXX" calls
Calls from cable, internet, and utility providers saying that they want to "lower down your monthly bills"... (That's grammatically incorrect, and a dead giveaway that it's a scam!")
Anyone promising to lower your credit card interest rates
Each of these kinds of scammer calls have clever ways to get you to give up personal information (banking info, user id's and passwords, etc.), and some even go as far as attempting to take over your computer to access your information themselves!
Don't fall for it!
How much you ask for, and thus, how much you'll get in settlements is entirely up to you, but federal law says that the calls can be worth as much as $500 to $3,000 each under federal law! The more calls you're getting, means the more opportunity there is for you to get PAID!
That totally depends on you, the calls that you're getting, and from whom those calls are coming. Some callers are easier to find than others, while some can be more challenging to find or to deal with. Many factors, including the amount of time and effort you put into it can impact timelines. Some users have seen checks come within just days, or a week, while others, in cases involving a substantial number of calls or texts, have had it take as much as a few months.
Often times, people are discouraged by the fact that calls appear to be coming from overseas call centers. What they don't realize is that, even though the calls might be originated overseas, those call centers are often hired by U.S. based companies, and those companies can be held accountable for the calls!
The kit is just $47 dollars. Think about this... If you could spend $47 to simply reclaim your phone from the robocallers, it'd probably be worth it. But when you consider that you'll often spend less than an hour from start to finish dealing with each of these calls, and that you can make $500-$3,000 (or more) per call, it’s a pretty outstanding hourly rate!
Our Robocalls Members Forum, which is highly recommended, especially for new users, offers monthly memberships at $29 (no contract, cancel any time), and an even more affordable annual membership for just $199.
The only time this kit has been shown not to work is when it's not used, or not used correctly. Check out THIS PAGE for evidence of how well the kit has worked for others, just like yourself, and be sure to check the dates on the checks and wire transfers you see there. You'll see that we post recent results as proof that the tips, tools, and techniques in the kit can work, if applied, and applied properly. If that's not enough, we offer a 90 DAY MONEY BACK GUARANTEE. Just use the kit for a full 90 days, send out at least three demand letters as instructed, and if you don't get at least one settlement offer using it, we'll refund your money, less the credit card processing fees!
The Telephone Consumer Protection Act was originally thought to only cover calls to cell phones, but there is a section of the statute that recent case law has also been shown to cover calls to your landline, assuming it's been registered with the National Do Not Call Registry for at least 31 days.