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One other website to add to this is http://www.whocallsme.com when you receive a call from someone you don't know and want to check it out. You can go to this website and check the number, and you will see who is calling and are telemarketers. You will also be able to register new numbers that are not on the list. But once you sign up for the do not call registry, you have to follow through with complaints as to the number that keeps calling you. Once Do Not Call Registry receives so many complaints about that certain phone number, they will investgiate the company or telemarketer. For computer users, the website for the registry is http://www.donotcall.gov
I have been registered with Do Not Call for a long time. Once you register, it's for good for that number as long as you own that number. Unless you move or disconnect your phone, then the number goes off the list at Do Not Call. You can also register cell phones too. Up to 3 numbers are allowed.
Yes Pat, not wearing a seat belt was bad, but the use of her cell phone saved lives. Being able to call her mom who in return alerted local authories to block traffic and clear intersections saved lives.
I feel so sorry for this young lady, who ever sold her the car is responsible for the accelerator malfunction.
My prayers to the young lady and her family and the other people involved.
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