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CPR call blocker £19.99 delivered.Item is refurbished @ CPRGLOBAL ebay site

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CPR call blocker for £19.99 refurbished,i always seem to miss out when these are posted and have been looking out for them again.Also I think this is the cheapest ive seen for it.No more dodgy Microso… Read More
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CPR call blocker for £19.99 refurbished,i always seem to miss out when these are posted and have been looking out for them again.Also I think this is the cheapest ive seen for it.No more dodgy Microsoft call ect.
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Darwa
I've been through it all. I've used these, their competitors', got a new ex-directory number, paid Virgin to block certain types of number, registered with the TPS, bought the new BT 8500, and even asked a religious friend to pray for me.

Yes, these will block some numbers from getting through, but there seems to be a new trend where telemarketers are getting through using mobile phone numbers. I've been checking the numbers and they're all coming from the TPO network, presumably due to deals like this one.

Might have to get rid of my landline, though I'm loathe to do so as I'm in a pretty rural location and mobile reception etc is rather patchy.

We only have a landline because of the internet, if we didn't need to have it to have internet we would get rid of it. but I guess that's why we have to have it to waste that £16 a month. totally a waste of money these days.
8 Likes
I find cold callers are like free therapy, its actually enjoyable to string them along and rip them to shreds. Best of all are international callers. An american bunch of w&%$@#$ called amerivacation got my details once. They are so patriotic that you can reduce then to tears or abuse if you pick the right comments. I miss them calling me these days.
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I've been through it all. I've used these, their competitors', got a new ex-directory number, paid Virgin to block certain types of number, registered with the TPS, bought the new BT 8500, and even asked a religious friend to pray for me.

Yes, these will block some numbers from getting through, but there seems to be a new trend where telemarketers are getting through using mobile phone numbers. I've been checking the numbers and they're all coming from the TPO network, presumably due to deals like this one.

Might have to get rid of my landline, though I'm loathe to do so as I'm in a pretty rural location and mobile reception etc is rather patchy.

Edited By: Darwa on Dec 07, 2014 20:44
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shame the telephone companys don't block it first

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5 Likes #1
shame the telephone companys don't block it first
#2
How does this block calls - does it have some updateable database of cold caller numbers?
1 Like #3
it has 200 already in the db but you need to add any new ones. but the ones you add don't get added to everyone else which is a shame.

The CPR Call Blocker is pre-programmed with more that 200 numbers which are 'deemed' as known nuisance callers. Companies which are selling by phone,using overseas call centers and automated sales lists are all pre-programmed which will minimize the sales calls you receive almost immediately.


Edited By: Henlans on Dec 07, 2014 20:43
6 Likes #4
I've been through it all. I've used these, their competitors', got a new ex-directory number, paid Virgin to block certain types of number, registered with the TPS, bought the new BT 8500, and even asked a religious friend to pray for me.

Yes, these will block some numbers from getting through, but there seems to be a new trend where telemarketers are getting through using mobile phone numbers. I've been checking the numbers and they're all coming from the TPO network, presumably due to deals like this one.

Might have to get rid of my landline, though I'm loathe to do so as I'm in a pretty rural location and mobile reception etc is rather patchy.

Edited By: Darwa on Dec 07, 2014 20:44
2 Likes #5
Got one of these a while ago and its been great-almost no nuisance calls now
10 Likes #6
Darwa
I've been through it all. I've used these, their competitors', got a new ex-directory number, paid Virgin to block certain types of number, registered with the TPS, bought the new BT 8500, and even asked a religious friend to pray for me.

Yes, these will block some numbers from getting through, but there seems to be a new trend where telemarketers are getting through using mobile phone numbers. I've been checking the numbers and they're all coming from the TPO network, presumably due to deals like this one.

Might have to get rid of my landline, though I'm loathe to do so as I'm in a pretty rural location and mobile reception etc is rather patchy.

We only have a landline because of the internet, if we didn't need to have it to have internet we would get rid of it. but I guess that's why we have to have it to waste that £16 a month. totally a waste of money these days.
#7
do you need caller id to be shown on your landline to be able to use this device?
#8
These are brilliant, bought one a few weeks ago & got the latest 1.08 model instead of a refurb.
Gone from 6 or 7 nuisance calls a day to 0.
Cannot recommend enough, you do need caller id though
4 Likes #9
Got this exact one a few months ago,stopped the numerous calls and occasional one around 3 am.



For 100% effectiveness with the call blocker, you need to activate
ALL of the programming codes to block ALL anonymous calls...

* * 7 # (beep) 7 * # (beep) = BLOCKS ALL WITHHELD/PRIVATE calls
* * 7 # (beep) * # (beep) = BLOCKS ALL INTERNATIONAL/OUT OF AREA calls
* * 7 # (beep) 6 * # (beep) = BLOCKS ALL VOIP/IP ROGUE DIALLER calls
* * 7 # (beep) # (beep) = BLOCKS ALL UNAVAILABLE/UNKNOWN calls
* * 7 # (beep) 0 # (beep) = BLOCKS ALL '0' DIGIT SPOOF calls
* * 7 # (beep) 0 0 # (beep) = BLOCKS ALL INTERNATIONAL NUMBERS WITH CALLER ID calls

...normal visible callers are then blocked via the BLOCK NOW button.
If it's used this way, the call blocker should be 100% effective.
3 Likes #10
I hate the automated nuisance calls... I don't mind the "real person" ones as I get to wind them up to the point where they usually call me a c**t and then hang-up themselves. Heat added though for those that don't want to do this.
#11
I have a landline. But no handset. Problem solved.
#12
I have one of these! Hardly get any unwanted calls now and if I do they're gone at the press of a button. Highly recommended!
8 Likes #13
I find cold callers are like free therapy, its actually enjoyable to string them along and rip them to shreds. Best of all are international callers. An american bunch of w&%$@#$ called amerivacation got my details once. They are so patriotic that you can reduce then to tears or abuse if you pick the right comments. I miss them calling me these days.
#14
Thanks OP.
Ordered
1 Like #15
cynikill
I find cold callers are like free therapy, its actually enjoyable to string them along and rip them to shreds. Best of all are international callers. An american bunch of w&%$@#$ called amerivacation got my details once. They are so patriotic that you can reduce then to tears or abuse if you pick the right comments. I miss them calling me these days.

C'mon - share!

Anyone else too with effective gotcha's and tear jerking putdowns!
#16
I have one of these and they're brilliant.
1 Like #17
If no1 has your number, then don't answer it
Or just because u need a line to use adsl, u don't have to plug in a phone!
Simple really,
2 Likes #18
is it worth wasting £20 on this when I enjoy giving them very abusive chatter?
3 Likes #19
Henlans
is it worth wasting £20 on this when I enjoy giving them very abusive chatter?

You are sad.
1 Like #20
Henlans
Darwa
I've been through it all. I've used these, their competitors', got a new ex-directory number, paid Virgin to block certain types of number, registered with the TPS, bought the new BT 8500, and even asked a religious friend to pray for me.

Yes, these will block some numbers from getting through, but there seems to be a new trend where telemarketers are getting through using mobile phone numbers. I've been checking the numbers and they're all coming from the TPO network, presumably due to deals like this one.

Might have to get rid of my landline, though I'm loathe to do so as I'm in a pretty rural location and mobile reception etc is rather patchy.

We only have a landline because of the internet, if we didn't need to have it to have internet we would get rid of it. but I guess that's why we have to have it to waste that £16 a month. totally a waste of money these days.
If you only need landline for internet, then just unplug all your phones
#21
I have this unit, without checking I'm pretty sure it's v1.08, however I can't get it to block Out of Area calls even with activating both methods in the manual. It has massively cut down the answer machine calls "and solar panels...". If I want doors, windows, solar panels I will go out and bloody look for them. Waste the time of these people if you can so they get it in to their thick skulls you don't want unsolicited calls.

The rules are DO NOT give information or use of your computer to some one that has just called you. I can't believe how many people believe the scammers that say We're from Microsoft you have a virus let me on your computer, it'll cost you £300 and they let them on their PC and pay them!? I've actually said to people who've done this, imagine I come to your house late in the evening, and say I'm from Microsoft I need to get viruses off your computer, you'd tell me to do one. It's not different just because they've phoned you.

If Ebay, Paypal, your bank call you or email you or anyone for that matter, don't click and go to a website and enter your details, don't give your details out to anyone calling you, never do it!
1 Like #22
Why should an extra box be required to block callers. Surely BT or whoever should give you an option to block them from their side...
#23
Taz1529
Why should an extra box be required to block callers. Surely BT or whoever should give you an option to block them from their side...


They do, but they charge you extra for it...
1 Like #24
Thanks anyway OP. Finally ordered for my grandad. Says he gets atleast one call a day. They called when i was round once, but he put the phone down straight away. It is harassment when at 94 he really won't be interested in buying anything
#25
Infrasonic
Taz1529
Why should an extra box be required to block callers. Surely BT or whoever should give you an option to block them from their side...

They do, but they charge you extra for it...

Lol. Typical
#26
I only use my landline for the internet and don't have a phone connected. I have done this for about 3 years and still manage to run a business with my mobile. If I don't know the number I don't pick it up.
#27
Excellent, thanks for posting! Very hot!
2 Likes #28
Henlans
Darwa
I've been through it all. I've used these, their competitors', got a new ex-directory number, paid Virgin to block certain types of number, registered with the TPS, bought the new BT 8500, and even asked a religious friend to pray for me.

Yes, these will block some numbers from getting through, but there seems to be a new trend where telemarketers are getting through using mobile phone numbers. I've been checking the numbers and they're all coming from the TPO network, presumably due to deals like this one.

Might have to get rid of my landline, though I'm loathe to do so as I'm in a pretty rural location and mobile reception etc is rather patchy.

We only have a landline because of the internet, if we didn't need to have it to have internet we would get rid of it. but I guess that's why we have to have it to waste that £16 a month. totally a waste of money these days.
virgin media 25 quid a month fiber optic broadband, you don't need a phone line ;)
#29
Save your money & sign up at tpsonline.org (Telephone Preference Service). Free. No more cold calls. If any get do through report them. Simples. The only cold call I ever got after signing up was from MORI (the poll people) who said they weren't selling so they didn't have to abide by the register, obviously I told them to go away (I might have said it differently) and they have never called back. Result. The above box just seems like an unnecessary gimmick and obviously anything extra in your phone line is a bad thing!
#30
Henlans
Darwa
I've been through it all. I've used these, their competitors', got a new ex-directory number, paid Virgin to block certain types of number, registered with the TPS, bought the new BT 8500, and even asked a religious friend to pray for me.

Yes, these will block some numbers from getting through, but there seems to be a new trend where telemarketers are getting through using mobile phone numbers. I've been checking the numbers and they're all coming from the TPO network, presumably due to deals like this one.

Might have to get rid of my landline, though I'm loathe to do so as I'm in a pretty rural location and mobile reception etc is rather patchy.

We only have a landline because of the internet, if we didn't need to have it to have internet we would get rid of it. but I guess that's why we have to have it to waste that £16 a month. totally a waste of money these days.

You don't need one with Virgin.
#31
Henlans
shame the telephone companys don't block it first

Last caller barring (just dial 14258 when you hang up) and with held number block is free with TalkTalk landlines
2 Likes #32
lee337
Save your money & sign up at tpsonline.org (Telephone Preference Service). Free. No more cold calls. If any get do through report them. Simples. The only cold call I ever got after signing up was from MORI (the poll people) who said they weren't selling so they didn't have to abide by the register, obviously I told them to go away (I might have said it differently) and they have never called back. Result. The above box just seems like an unnecessary gimmick and obviously anything extra in your phone line is a bad thing!
Signed up to the tps service along while ago,the calls never stopped but increased most coming from abroad to by pass the tps service,your lucky if you get no calls...

They have sold around 2500 boxes previously on ebay with great feed back,so certainly not a gimmick.
#33
My dad gets about 10 nuisance calls a day as he's a business. They divert to his mobile automatically so he gets huge phone bills because of it. He doesn't pay for caller ID though, does that mean this will be no use for him?
#34
morcef
do you need caller id to be shown on your landline to be able to use this device?
You need caller ID. Since I installed this I had only a couple get through since ive had it rather than several a week & those that get through As there talking I just press a button on this blocker & job done. I tested it when first got it by ringing my home number with my Mobile, What a Div.. & blocked my mobile, so I know it works
#35
Great find, been after this for my parents.. though In the process of ordering one I decided to go for the later version with the large caller display screen and larger block button.
It's also sold by CPR directly, it's £10 cheaper than other shops like Amazon. Plus they're New not Refurbished.
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/161200354218 Still £50 whereas these are £20, but I know they'd struggle with the small button of this, and would appreciate the big display.
2 Likes #36
pinkchick1987
My dad gets about 10 nuisance calls a day as he's a business. They divert to his mobile automatically so he gets huge phone bills because of it. He doesn't pay for caller ID though, does that mean this will be no use for him?
He may well get Caller ID for free. I do with TalkTalk
#37
Forgot to say that it is not mains powered the phone line power's it
#38
Don't plug in your home phone,

just use your mobile

JOB DONE FOR FREE
#39
Had one of these worked well,but mine seemed to interfere with my broadband ,So i Purchased the new BT BT8500 works great you can block 100% and also direct calls to answer phone if your not sure about the number incoming.
Seen some BT 8500 on Ebay for a single with answer phone for just over £34

, Cost around £54.00 for a twin set at curry's : http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/phones-broadband-gps/home-phones/digital-cordless-phones/bt-8500-advanced-call-blocker-cordless-phone-with-answering-machine-twin-handsets-10027617-pdt.html

You will need to subscribe to caller ID

BT BT8500
http://www.expertreviews.co.uk/mobile-phones/1401522/bt-bt8500-review-the-best-call-blocker-phone-yet

Click link below for manual :

http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=3&ved=0CCgQFjAC&url=http%3A%2F%2Freviews.telephonesonline.co.uk%2Fbt-8500-telephone-overview%2FBT8500-Quick-Start-Manual-Guide.pdf&ei=-_GEVN-KDsX6UsHMgMgP&usg=AFQjCNEcxehfMdB199T4jXs7HVnyR1uFrw&bvm=bv.80642063,d.d24





Edited By: dparr59 on Dec 08, 2014 00:37: more Info
1 Like #40
I bought a refurb v 1.06/1,07 from this seller a few weeks back after being hammered with 6+ calls a day. The final straw being some guy calling at 8.30 in the morning offering me solar panels !!! Anyway this has been a superb buy and I would recommend it to anybody who is getting pestered with nuisance calls. Very easy to setup and you are up and running within minutes.

PS the condition of my refurb was mint it looked like new.

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