Harry Gross: Nuisance calls feeling rejection

Posted: July 09, 2010

Dear Harry: You recently had a column on nuisance calls at dinnertime. Some companies have that problem solved. I have a phone with a feature called "reject." When I receive a call, I always look at my caller ID. If it's a nuisance call or a solicitation call, I hit my reject button. That not only cancels the call, but prevents future calls from that number from even ringing on my phone permanently. By now, we get almost no such calls. I guess we have rejected almost all those who would bother us.

What Harry says: What a great feature! I tried to find such a phone but couldn't. I tried small-appliance stores, department stores and the Internet to no avail. I'm sure our readers would like to know where it can be obtained and at what price.

Write Harry Gross c/o the Daily News, 400 N. Broad St., Philadelphia, PA 19130. Harry urges all his readers to give blood - contact the American Red Cross at 1-800-Red Cross.

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