In all three categories, robocalls make up more than 70% of the complaints.
Alex Quilici CEO of YouMail, a robocall blocking app, said users in the Dayton area get somewhere between 13 and 15 robocalls a month.
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While annoying, compared to people in the Washington D.C. area, who get around 60 a month, Quilici said Dayton isn’t doing too bad.
But a new law regulating robocalls could help protect people even more, according to its supporters.
News Center 7's I-Team took a closer look at the legislation and investigated what regulating robocalls means for the Miami Valley. Tune in Thursday, Jan. 30, at 5:30 p.m. for more details.