By now everyone who is trying to stop Robocalls has already registered with the do not call registry. And as completely pointless as that is, you are still getting spam calls and when you do the reports, have you ever gotten a check for $500 per call? Yeah, me either. It’s complete BS. No one has ever got the $500 per call because they can’t track down the “real spammers”. I’m not saying it’s completely pointless to register, I do recommend it. But I don’t put any faith in them actually getting any money from anyone to anyone. The reason is, much like spammers are hiding behind proxies Robocallers are hiding behind fake numbers. They aren’t actually calling from the number you may see on your caller ID.
The easy, quick, free way to stop Robocallers isn’t what you may think. It’s not by ignoring them, or letting them go to voicemail or an answering machine. Or even pressing one to be removed from their call lists. It’s simply picking up the phone, pressing mute and waiting for them to hang up. If they speak or whatever it doesn’t matter, so long as you don’t respond and they hear nothing. You wasted their time, they wasted yours but they are completely clueless as to why your phone is silent. I did this and my Robocalls completely stopped. I was doing the pick up, hang up, but that only triggered them into knowing someone was here, pissed and to keep calling. They called twice as much with me doing that. Try this for a month yourself and see what happens. If it’s a real person they will call back seeing as humans know there should be a “hello” on the other end of the line. Like doctors offices and such.
No special app needed!
If you are an Amazon Underground user, you have to turn on Amazon Data Tracking in order to play the content. Now I’m not real sure why this is the case, but there aren’t clear directions on how to do this. So I decided to write them up as there appears to be some sort of change.
When the alert comes up to turn on the Amazon Data Tracking for some reason it takes you to apps and games section. Now on the Amazon Kindle Fire this is not where the option is.
This is the directions on Amazon’s website which is completely wrong for some reason.
Enable Collection of App Usage Data
- Open the Amazon Underground app for Android or BlackBerry.
- Open the Menu, and expand the Apps & Games section.
- Select Apps & Games Settings.
- Select Collect App Usage Data to check the box to enable data tracking.
The real way to turn on Amazon Data Tracking is, click on Settings.
- Scroll down to Personal.
- Then click on Security & Privacy.
- Click the slider under Collect App Usage Data to turn it on.
I hope this helps you enjoy Amazon Underground Apps & Games.
We were providing (free of charge keep in mind) the ability to join Viewpoint Forum. Which is an excellent product testing website that WAS invite only. They had a glitch in their system which gave the ability to join to other users. So we shared those links. As per usual there ALWAYS has to be a bad apple in the bunch somewhere. One user contacted Viewpoint Forum with the referral link we provided! Needless to say that person screwed everyone! Viewpoint Forum made it so those links no longer worked. Now I’m not sure why someone would do something so selfishly rude but it’s not the first time that this has happened. I’m disappointed in the level of stupidity that occurs and the level to which it screws SO MANY PEOPLE. We strive to help people, but there is simply no way to cure stupid. Though this upsets us greatly we will still strive to help aide those desperately in need of funds to pay medical bills, pay for their monthly meds, people unable to even buy toilet paper! And yes, we have received such emails of thanks. So please pause, breathe, and think before shooting off an email that could ruin so many lives you don’t even know. Thank you.
We made NO MONEY sharing those sign up links with those who asked. We simply try to help.
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I was very pleased I ordered these comforting straps for my CPAP mask. While my sleep therapist made fun of way it looked calling it “underwear” I don’t care. I’m the one that has to sleep in it. And frankly that was extremely rude of him to say that. But he was young and I forgive stupidity.
The material that Cheek Strap Pads Plus are made out of is super soft and while I realize I could have totally made them myself as I have the exact material, I simply don’t have the time nor the hands to do crafts.
It’s nice to know there are comfortable fixes for CPAP masks. There’s nothing like trying to force something to work that just isn’t comfortable. So if you love your mask, but feel there is something wrong that needs fixed, go shopping online. You never know what you may find.
The directs are easy to read and follow as well as not only have text but photos. The directions are fool proof, which these days everyone seems to need to create.