romney
contribution
political
mitt
The Do Not Call List does not exempt you from political or charitable organizations that may call asking for donations. I believe this is a serious flaw in the FCC's regulations, but that's the way things are. The loopholes are many and stink like last week's garbage. Call blocking works well unless you have an organization that "morphs" their numbers and keeps getting through and they fill up your blocked number quota.
JL
 Sep 15th, 2012
An unwanted political robocall from Mitt Romney. This one lowers my estimation of Romney further in that another voice comes on to accuse the Obama administration of giving $1.5 billion to the groups attacking the American embassies.
Glenn
 Sep 14th, 2012
with all the money Mitt Romney has in his ban account why would anyone want to make a contribution and how do you no it's legit? Suggest if you want to make a contribution to go to his or the republican website. Then make sure the url has https: in the header to insure it is a secure connection.
no name
 Sep 14th, 2012
Should pick up so I would know who called. I'm on No-Call list. If I find out which party keeps calling, I WILL NOT vote for that party. PERIOD IT IS AN ABUSE OF POWER. They know they can get away with anything, just because they are a candidate, running for office.
Kip
 Sep 14th, 2012
Romney Campaign again. After pushing 1 enough times to get connected to "sign the petition" and make an "emergency contribution",
this time she waited about 4 minutes before hanging up while I "go get my credit card".
Martin _G
 Sep 14th, 2012

5 Comments