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CPF, advertising ... how to fight against telephone canvassing

CPF, advertising ... how to fight against telephone canvassing

Eight out of ten French people say they are unusual at least once a week by untimely advertising calls.The seller of French windows who calls five minutes after the one who wants to refurge a death insurance, or the call center at the other end of the world which offers you to change your mobile plan ... and the calls for the CPF, which are aimed atRecover your identifiers to register for false training to take money.There is indeed a service, Bloctel, launched by the government in 2016, which allows you to be registered on a red list for call centers.But it works badly.Increasingly, smartphones do the job, with "smart calls" features that indicate potential unwanted calls.And in addition to that, you can install anti-spam applications, very practical for detecting the seasters or "ping calls" (only one ringing and we remind you of a surcharged number).

We can cite Truecaller, Orange Telephone or should I answer?, Who will automatically filter the numbers from canvassing or scams, since these numbers are always the same, and that they appear on a black list,a gigantic database that the application updates regularly.So when you receive an unwanted call, the smartphone screen lights up red.Some also offer comments from Internet users who have already won the same number.And in the event of a call to a surcharged number, we will notify you that you will have an additional cost with the amount of the costs per minute.You also have an inverted directory that allows you to see which professional called you, and you can report the malicious calls you receive to add them to the blacklist.It works for calls, not yet for pub SMS unfortunately, which are also a wound...

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During the day we are also often harassed on the fixed ... And there, how do we do it?For those who still have a landline phone at home, you can invest in an anti-spam phone, specially designed to filter unwanted advertising calls.It was the Japanese Panasonic who developed it.Often these calls are automatic, generated by robots, software, and it is only when you answer that you hear one person on the other side...To counter that, the principle is ultimately quite simple: if the call comes from a number that is not in your contacts, the phone, before bringing the call and ringing, will ask your interlocutor to"Press the 1 key".It’s very silly, but if it’s a machine, it will obviously not do it, and the call will fail, without annoying you.If it is a human, you can block the number or even lists of numbers by pressing a simple button: the salesperson who offered to redo the insulation of your home which calls you once a day is on black list.The phone blocks 95% of unwanted calls.Not bad to find a little tranquility...

It will become more and more important because these calls will multiply and become more and more formidable...Tomorrow, the seller of French windows who will call you, it will be a machine, even if you will have the impression of chatting with a human being...We have what we call Voicebots, conversational robots, which are software designed to keep a natural conversation with a potential client, ask questions, answer them, make proposals, a little on the model of connected speakers thatYou may have at home.An upcoming revolution in the appeal centers in particular, which will probably disappear...Because we are starting to see software so perfected that we no longer know that we have a machine in front of ourselves so much the imitation of the human voice, the fluidity of the tone, even the little hesitations in the voice, are impressiverealism.And these ultra realistic machines, unlike humans, no need to pay them, and they never rest...