Win a Community CallBLOCKER device!
Are you sick and tired of receiving constant nuisance phone calls?
We have teamed up with Community CallBLOCKER in offering 8 Community CallBLOCKER devices (total worth of £240) to our readers.
Community CallBLOCKER is an easy to install device which allows you to block unwanted numbers, and record and share them with the local community to stop nuisance calls once and for all! A recent YouGov report into cold calling issues, commissioned by Community CallBLOCKER reveals the dramatic scale of the UK’s nuisance call problem with 81% of Britons plagued by nuisance calls and a quarter of the population receiving ten or more nuisance calls every week.
Community CallBLOCKER was founded by 23 year old Oxford University graduate Hugo Sykes, after his own grandparents were a victim of a nuisance call scam. The effect this situation had on his family inspired Hugo to design Community CallBLOCKER to stop nuisance calls and help people take back control of their telephones.
The Community CallBLOCKER device is the size of a pack of cards. Installation is simple as it attaches straight to your telephone with no batteries required. Community CallBLOCKER not only filters nuisance calls but actively detects and records possible fraudulent activities. Nuisance call numbers blocked by Community members are collected in a database and then shared with all Community CallBLOCKER members. A unique feature of the device is that it can provide a recording of the nuisance call as evidence for people to prosecute the nuisance callers and actively detect a range of telephone scams. As the Government cracks down on nuisance calls with powers to fine repeat offenders up to £500,000, Community CallBLOCKERS’s new technology promotes ‘people power’ allowing victims to take action and collect evidence against offenders.
PLEASE NOTE *Community CallBLOCKER is compatible with BT, Sky and TalkTalk landlines but IS NOT compatible with Virgin landlines.
Sunday, 2 August 2015 - 11:59pm
To win 1 of 8 Community CallBLOCKERs; simply answer the following question:-
Luisa Lauren, Tony Synclair, Anita Jagdeo, Fozia Akhtar, Paula Mulholland, Joyce Threadgill, Cathryn Crawshaw and Margaret Pryde Welsh