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Are you on the Do Not Call Registry but still get telemarketing calls? Would you like to block those calls and help federal and state authorities enforce your rights? What about other unwanted callers, such as collectors and donation seekers? Do you receive calls from numbers you don’t recognize? If so, then PrivacyStar™ from First Orion is your answer and available now through App World!

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