FCC’s anti-robocall rules now in effect
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Good news if you’re sick of getting so many robocalls.

The FCC’s new anti-robocall rules went into affect last Thursday.

The rules work with the FCC’s STIR/SHAKEN caller ID function, which allows phone companies to confirm if a phone number matches up with a call.

In April, there was a reported 4.4 billion robocalls made in the U.S.

Have you ever answered a spam call? What is your way of dealing with robocalls and spam calls?