Oh! I thought you were asking if the Ooma box generates nuisance calls to other Ooma users to sell their Premier service.cskeptic wrote:Yes, I realize this may seem a bit paranoid, but I'm wondering if Ooma generates nuisance calls to sell their Premier service. Perhaps not, but how would we know?
I thought that this would be amusing to cartoon... No offense. Just having a little fun
I understand your frustration. I for one have had ZERO nuisance calls since I put Ooma into service. I did obtain a new number because I could not port. I did not have any blacklisting or call blocking active for 4 months. However, I did have Premier so I guess if they did have targets to harass, I would have been off of the list anyway. I activated the call blocking and still remain target free. I can at least attest to its effectiveness if you are considering sometime in the future.
As a side comment, in my 6 months experience with Ooma, I have found them to have integrity albeit with some growing pains. I am sure they would not want a reputation for this type of behavior as a younger company though. As you can see from the forum, there are those that would not hold back! Good luck getting rid of the phone riffraff.