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We've been trying to reach you concerning your cars extended warrantee. You should have received something in the mail about your cars extended warranty since we have not gotten a response. We are giving you a final courtesy call before we close out your file. Press two to be removed and put on our do not call list press one to speak with someone about possibly extending or reinstating your cars warranty. Again press one to speak with a warranty specialist.


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Customised messages for certain people that call is Great. It surprises many and can be a lot of fun.
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Best Call Blocking App This app provides a lot of features. It's a great voicemail app, but since I don't use voicemail that's not a big deal to me. But what is a big deal to me is its call blocking features. I don't understand why there's not more emphasis on this when there are a bunch of apps out there that sole function is call blocking. I've tried most call blocking apps and YouMail is way ahead with them. I tried TrueCaller, Hiya, Mr. Number, and a few lesser known ones of the like. These apps don't really auto block calls. They still ring your phone. What these do is provide a caller id of the name of the company calling and leave it up to you to answer. You can block these calls, but you have to manually add it into a blocking list. The only apps that truly block calls, meaning you set it and forget it, and the spam calls never ring your phone are YouMail and RoboKiller. RoboKiller has similar features as YouMail call blocking features. However, it is not very friendly to use. The main thing that irks me is that RoboKiller has a feature where you can annoy the spam caller. YouMail has a similar feature. But with YouMail you can turn it off. There's a setting to turn it off in RoboKiller but it doesn't work. I do not like this feature, because after listening to a voicemail it sounds so rude. RoboKiller is also a subscription based app whereas YouMail is free. Another aspect of YouMail that's awesome is the individual voicemail greeting. So you can set different greetings for different people. Like "Hi, Mom." or something similar. Love this app. It's a bit hard to discover since searching for call blocker on the App Store will direct you to Hiya, TrueCaller, and RoboKiller.

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The application works perfectly for me I'm very pleased with the ability to use it
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