(777) 777-7777

(777) 777-7777

As soon as the unwanted (Robo)-call received, at any time during the call, hang up, then dial (777) 777-7777 immediately. Telephone service provider could then automatically capture the previous (within 77 seconds only) caller; and charge that number very high charges for that unwanted (Robo)-call (e.g.: $ 77 or more: to be determined by FTC). These charges would then be divided: 50% credited to Telephone user (receiver of unwanted call) ; 50% for Telephone Service Provider. FTC may decide after how many unwanted calls from different phone numbers, these charges will take effect (to avoid accidental false reporting); before such charges to unwanted caller will take effect. The only way such unwanted calls will stop is to hit them straight in their Pocketbook & make it very very expensive to make such calls. By providing 50% of such expensive charges to Telephone Service Provider would give them the incentive to make the Technical changes (in their computer) to make (777) 777-7777 calls possible, capturing the number (even unlisted ones); and charge them accordingly. Relatively easy to install; easy for every body, and very effective. This call should be make possible by either calling 777-777-7777 or 1-777-777-7777. This (777) 777-7777 is currently not a valid number (so it could easily be assigned); and many will remember this number very easily.

4 comments

over 1 year ago

What's to stop scammers from gaming the system to collect user credits.

over 1 year ago

If only it were that easy---
Unfortunately the reason the primary reason the robocallers have not been caught is because they use spoofed caller IDs. Because of this, the telcos have not been able to identify the call originator. There are lots of easy solutions available once the telcos modify their systems to eliminate spoofed caller IDs. If the caller ID system is fixed, the culprits can be identified and fined $10,000 for each illegal call per existing federal law.

over 1 year ago

Dear Steven,

Thanks for your comment; The 50% Telephone Service Provider received is enough incentives for developing needed Technology (if not already available) to capture the original calling telephone; bypassing spoofed caller id's (like capturing IP Addresses in wifi).

Gwan L.

over 1 year ago

Dear Arthur G,

Thanks for your comment. Since the offender already called the victims phone number; and credit is only given to that phone number's account (which is under full control of telephone provider); they could not get any more info than what they already have (phone#). They only risk being charged if somebody call that (777) 777-7777; and being hit hard in their pocket book, sooner or later; they will STOP such unwanted robocalls.

Gwan L

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