New rules on robocalls in the United States kick in Tuesday, Sept. 28, but that doesn’t necessarily mean the calls will stop entirely.
Starting today, all U.S. phone providers will be required to block calls from companies that have not reported their status on using robocall-blocking technology.
Even with that rule, however, a consumer foundation says crooks will continue to find new ways around the rules and robocalls will likely not stop.
“Unfortunately, all robocalls are not going to go away,” said Nicole Walter, an advocate with WashPIRG Foundation.
Even if they slow down, Walter says scam calls may be harder
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