Now, you will be able to cancel robocallers and sue them as well – with the help of its new service “Robo Revenge“.
Of course, Robocallers is a real issue, even FCC wanted to fine a man $13 million for making illegal robocalls.
The Vice reported that Robocallers are the number one consumer complaint to the FCC – which is not surprising.
So, taking everything into account, DoNotPay’s effort to tackle numerous problems is impressive and should be appreciated. With the new service by DoNotPay, you can sue Robocallers for up to $3000.
You just need to share your virtual credit card number using DoNotPay and after you do – it will help you collect all the information for the robocall. After you identify the robocall, you can proceed to sue them.
Once they start losing money, the robocalls will call it a day and stop annoying users. At the time of writing this, we could not find the live link of its newly launched service, as reported by Vice.
You can check back DoNotPay’s official site to see if they have included the page for Robo Revenge. As you can see in the image above, that gives us an idea of what it would end up offering when the page goes live.
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