PrivacyStar is a new service that launched today which enables users to take complete control of their phones by reporting potential telemarketing violators to regulatory enforcement authorities, blocking any and all unwanted callers.
“While federal and state Do Not Call programs have been successful, we believe that millions of unwanted calls and telemarketing violations occur each day in the United States,” said Jeff Stalnaker, president of First Orion. “A major contributor to this problem is the inability to identify and quickly shut down violators. PrivacyStar not only empowers callers to immediately decide who can no longer call them, it also provides regulatory agencies with new capabilities to identify and shut down the worst violators. Another very popular feature offered by PrivacyStar is the Caller Look-up feature that allows users to find the name associated with a phone number with a simple keystroke.”
PrivacyStar is full of additional features which make the application the first in the market to offer a solution to actually assist with reporting Do Not Call list violator. As well as being the first to offer users an online portal to manage blocked callers (including unblocking), provide additional details on violations and manage their Privacy Star account. You can grab the application free for 30 days starting today. Following the trial period, PrivacyStar is available for $2.99 per month, OS 4.5+ supported.
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