I am writing you on a way to stop the Robo Calls from reaching all Americans but it starts with All Americans working together. This is for the $50,000 that was promised by ABC News on 10/18/2012 that FTC would pay for a good Idea. First we must call on All Americans (us) to publish every Robo Call we receive by some form of caller ID. Then we send the number to the FTC for confirmation that it is a Robo Call and once confirmed then all the FTC has to do is Google the number on the internet so that all of us can receive all the numbers that have been deemed Robo Calls. Next we have to get with our home or cell phone providers to find a way to block the Robo Calls and then every time a Robo Call comes in the phone won't ring because it has been block. Very Simple. Now this will be a continuing cycle because the Robo Calling industry will change the numbers indefinitely so we will have to ask All Americans to continue to publish new Robo Call numbers to the FTC for confirmation and if true then every new number gets Googled and by working with our phone provider we just make sure that its not a duplicate and keep all the Robo Call Numbers on our home and cell phones for blockage so whenever that number inbound to our it phone, the phone won't ring. This is the best way for reciprocity becuase we know the Robo Call industrys will try to find a way to break this Idea but as long as we all us are publishing new numbers to the FTC and they are confirmed then they get Googled for us to enter on our phones for BLOCKAGE. WE MUST DO THIS TOGETHER IN A CIRCULAR FASHION. I hope I am a HERO and I am Praying that my Lord is confident with this Idea. Also if any number is private and has no ID then it gets Blocked or we will have to find a way to get the number to confirm it is a Robo Call Number. Thanks for the Opportunity. Albert N. Johnson, Jr.
Proposed Consent Agreement In the Matter of Equifax Information Services LLC, FTC File No. 102 3252 #00010
East Side Church of Christ
Proposed Consent Agreement In the Matter of Equifax Information Services LLC, FTC File No. 102 3252