Our users have now searched for telemarketers more than 10 million times using the Phone Spam Filter system. Judging from the number of comments submitted, our users have found this site to be a valuable resource. And, with each new comment, it becomes still more useful. So, keep submitting those comments!
Phone Spam Filter now has a database of more than 1 million phone numbers provided by users! Every day our users make the list even more useful. Also, check out our international sites using the links near the top of the page.
More than 100,000 people just like you have now submitted telemarketing phone numbers to our database, ensuring that everyone has the best possible information about who is trying to scam them.
Robocall claiming to be from Dept of Home Affairs, claiming a case is being prepared as my identity is being used for illegal activities and an arrest warrant issued.
Missed call, no message left.
Just received a missed call from this number. No voice message left. Unsure who. From Melbourne.
rang up, didn’t say anything, hung up after a minute
Received an automated call, claiming to be from the ATO, regarding non-payment and possible criminal charges.
Market Research company. I declined the first call at 5.34pm. They decided to call back at 5.56pm. And then they called me again at 6.24pm all on the same evening. Get the hint people!
Phone Spam Filter is a free service designed to assist the general public in determining which callers are annoying telemarketers. Our goal is to develop a complete database of all the phone solicitors out there, so you can stop receiving calls trying to sell you products and services.
Phone Spam Filter is 100% user supported. That means that by submitting phone numbers and descriptions of your experiences to the site, you are assisting everyone else in determining which calls to block and ignore. In this sense, Phone Spam Filter operates like the most sophisticiated collaborative SPAM filtering technologies.
Phone Spam Filter is the only service explicitly designed to provide users with scoring algorithms so they can automatically block phone solicitor calls.