Take Control of Your Phone

Join a community of millions that will put a stop to scammers, robocallers and telemarketers.

Get Call Control for Free

Call Control blocks the latest IRS Tax Scam calls.

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A Community of Over 12 Million

You’d have to enter thousands of numbers into other call blocker apps to match the power of Call Control! Call Control comes pre-loaded with a Community Blacklist that's generated from Community reports and Do Not Call complaints, blocking thousands of spam and unwanted calls / text messages right out of the box.

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Only Get Important Calls

Keep your phone free for the important moments. Call Control helps reduce unwanted calls and text messages, ensuring that when your phone rings it’ll be someone you’re wanting to hear from.

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Keep Your Family Protected

Call Control not only stops the disruption of unwanted calls but also blocks thousands of common scams, protecting your family from fraud and malicious scammers.

Introducing Call Control for Landlines

Get Call Control on your landline, regardless of your service provider, coming Fall 2016.  A powerful  device that connects to your phone and stops unwanted calls, permanently.

For Homes

Enjoy dinner in peace. Get rid of those pesky telemarketing calls that ring right when you sit down for dinner.

For Businesses

Increase availability for your customers and help avoid costly business targeted scams.

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Integrate Call Control Into Your Network

If you’re a phone carrier in search of tools to help your customers eliminate robocalls and other unwanted spam calls and text message, look no further than Call Control.

Start Developing With Call Control APIs

Yes, we speak REST and JSON. Checkout the Call Control APIs and integrate our powerful technology into your products and services.

Scam Alerts

Free Vacation Scam

One of our team members received a call today from a vacation scammer and spent a solid 15 minutes talking with them. The promise was for a luxury vacation in a warm tropical place, they ask for a credit card number to cover a "small service charge" to accept the vacation. The scam was simple, but the way they went about it showed a higher level of organized sophistication.

Windows Tech Support Scam

We are seeing a higher level of activity this month where the caller identifies themselves as a “Microsoft Employee” and offers to solve computer problems like a virus, often walking victims through the steps to allow full remote access to the computer.

Windows Tech Support Scam

We are seeing a higher level of activity this month where the caller identifies themselves as a “Microsoft Employee” and offers to solve computer problems like a virus, often walking victims through the steps to allow full remote access to the computer.