Simon van Zuylen-Wood

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Whatever happened to the “do not call” list? It still exists, but robocallers and scammers can easily get around it.

Why doesn't the 'do not call' list work?

Whatever happened to the “do not call” list? It still exists, but robocallers and scammers can easily get around it.

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