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4.2 out of 5 stars

Say No More To Robocalls, Political Calls, Scam Calls, Unwanted Calls, Nuisance Calls, Telemarketing Calls: Block All At The Touch Of A Button! Our newest CPR V5000 Call Blocker features a 3 Inch caller display screen, large “Block Now” button, 6500 number capacity and has the ability to block unwanted callers from Cordless DECT extension handsets by pressing #2. V5000 Main Features: Easy To Use Controls: With CPR Call Blocker’s easy to use control buttons you can view the callers number on its large 3 Inch display and view the blocked number list as well as see how many times that Blocked number has tried to recall. If required blocked numbers can be easily removed from the block list using the delete button (See Images above). Built in Number List: The CPR Call Blocker is pre-programmed with more than 5000 numbers which are ‘deemed’ as known nuisance callers. Companies which are selling by phone, using overseas call centres and automated sales lists are all pre-programmed which will minimise the sales calls you receive almost immediately. Block Now Function: The ‘Block Now’ button is located on the top of the unit. At the touch of a button the unwanted caller’s number is logged into the unit’s memory, the call will hang up and the number blocked permanently. This feature allows you to block up to 1500 unwanted callers as they are calling you. #2 Blocking Function: Block a number by entering #2 on any DECT handset connected to the telephone base. Manual Entry: Manually enter or remove numbers to/from the Blocking list Compatibility: Compatible will all major US line providers including AT&T, Comcast, Ooma, Verizon, Century Link, Frontier etc. CALLER ID SERVICES FROM YOUR NETWORK PROVIDER IS REQUIRED FOR THIS PRODUCT TO WORK.

Facts About CPR V5000 Call Blocker for Landline Phones – Stop All Unwanted Calls at a Touch of a Button – Join Over 1 Million Satisfied Customers

How much better does this work then previous model. What is the best dect phone that work with this thanks

This has improvements over the v.202 model by amended power in the unit to work with some VOIP providers that
older call blockers wouldn’t. It has 5000 numbers pre-programmed into the call blocker as opposed to 200 the v.202 had.
It can also block 1500 numbers with the BLOCK NOW button instead of 1000 that previous c… This has improvements over the v.202 model by amended power in the unit to work with some VOIP providers that
older call blockers wouldn’t. It has 5000 numbers pre-programmed into the call blocker as opposed to 200 the v.202 had.
It can also block 1500 numbers with the BLOCK NOW button instead of 1000 that previous call blocker models could do.
So therefore, it has been improved but namely only the amount of pre-programmed numbers is the significant difference.
I hope that helps?…

If my first action is to block all telephone numbers within one exchange of one area code, do I have 1499 remaining numbers that I can block?

Yes, you do. So for instance if you wanted to block ALL Jamaican (876) area codes with preceding
exchanges you would only need to key in 876 as an area code block. but I would advise to input it
with a 1, 01 and 001 before it as sometimes overseas calls are spoofed with Country codes that can… Yes, you do. So for instance if you wanted to block ALL Jamaican (876) area codes with preceding
exchanges you would only need to key in 876 as an area code block. but I would advise to input it
with a 1, 01 and 001 before it as sometimes overseas calls are spoofed with Country codes that can
display differently on caller ID devices. So input them as follows…
* * 7 # (beep) 876 # (beep)
* * 7 # (beep) 1 876 # (beep)
* * 7 # (beep) 01 876 # (beep)
* * 7 # (beep) 001 876 # (beep)

Why can’t 866-828-9088 be blocked? I have the area code and the 10-digit number listed on the blocker and my phone still rings.

When manually blocking calls in the U.S the caller ID protocol is different everytime a number calls you.
The number may come through as 866 828 9088, it may come through as 1 866 828 9088, or even 01
866 828 9088 or finally 001 866 828 9088 so you need to input a 1, 01 and 001 before the number.… When manually blocking calls in the U.S the caller ID protocol is different everytime a number calls you.
The number may come through as 866 828 9088, it may come through as 1 866 828 9088, or even 01
866 828 9088 or finally 001 866 828 9088 so you need to input a 1, 01 and 001 before the number.
It should then successfully block any call from that prefix. I’ve said this time and time before though, that if
you just use the BLOCK NOW button on calls, that you won’t get any problems or issues. It’s perfectly normal
for this number to show as a missed call on your call log, but that doesn’t neccessarily mean it’s rung and got through.
Scroll through the call blocker and check how many times each of these numbers have been blocked for piece of mind.

Is it compatible with att wireless system?

I’m not sure what you mean by wireless. It doesn’t work on cell phones. I own an AT&T cordless phone. To date the CPR V5000 call blocker has been working flawlessly. On the average, it has blocked about six calls per day. If there is a negative, I would say the only thing I wish it had was the ability to display… I’m not sure what you mean by wireless. It doesn’t work on cell phones. I own an AT&T cordless phone. To date the CPR V5000 call blocker has been working flawlessly. On the average, it has blocked about six calls per day. If there is a negative, I would say the only thing I wish it had was the ability to display blocked numbers as 000-000-0000 instead of 0000000000. I think hyphens would make it easier to see the blocked phone numbers. in addition, having a backlight in its display would make it easier to see it in the dark. All in all, I would Highly recommend this unit, made in the UK and not China, to anyone who gets nuisance phone calls. I rate it 5 out of 5 stars.

How do you program reject numbers if you are not home when the calls come in? Is there a caller id memory in the unit that can be scanned later?

The call blocker doesn’t show missed calls from a number unless you’ve already physically blocked it.
Your phones caller ID will though and it’s this that you need to simply scroll through to see the list of
calls and add them to the CPR Call Blocker as you please. Hope this helps?…

How many area codes can you block..ie 800, 855, etc. ?

You can block up to a 1,000 numbers. Like 800, 855, any area codes

If a number has been blocked, does the phone ring at all?

I have had the Call Blocker for only a week but I have blocked 3 calls from nuisance numbers and those numbers have never ringed again. So far, very pleased with the CPR V5000. Set up was very simple.

Will this block unavailable and out of area calls if both codes are entered or only one or the other

You need to enter different codes to block different types of calls.
I have included ALL of the codes below…
* * 7 # (beep) 7 * # (beep) = BLOCKS ALL WITHHELD/PRIVATE calls… You need to enter different codes to block different types of calls.
I have included ALL of the codes below…
* * 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

If I block one area code, does that count as one number from my bank of 1500 ?

One area code counts a one number.

is there a way to automatically update the built-in data base? A call to some number or replacing a memory card?

Astounding: No way to update the very small database?
Thoughtless designed in obsolescence.
Was looking at purchasing this for an elderly relative, however scam numbers change so frequently that it is difficult to believe that this device has any utility at all beyound blocking calls from Publisher’s Warehouse.… Astounding: No way to update the very small database?
Thoughtless designed in obsolescence.
Was looking at purchasing this for an elderly relative, however scam numbers change so frequently that it is difficult to believe that this device has any utility at all beyound blocking calls from Publisher’s Warehouse.
I have used several call-block apps on my cellphone > such apps have databases of 60,000 numbers at the low end and almost twice that at the high end. They also update the database DAILY.
No Sale.

Is there a way to block all numbers with a prefix that starts with 1 or is 555 no matter what the area code is since they are always fake?

Yes, just program the area codes in with a 1, 01 and 001 as they are usually spoofed from overseas.
So program the codes in as follows…
* * 7 # (beep) 555 # (beep)… Yes, just program the area codes in with a 1, 01 and 001 as they are usually spoofed from overseas.
So program the codes in as follows…
* * 7 # (beep) 555 # (beep)
* * 7 # (beep) 1 555 # (beep)
* * 7 # (beep) 01 555 # (beep)
* * 7 # (beep) 001 555 # (beep)
I hope that helps?…

Is there any future proofing built in? ie. firmware updates? or will I need to purchase an newer device in the next year or two?

The devices cannot be updated at the moment so newer devices would have to be bought when new ones become available.
We are looking at ways of improving the call blockers though and when new features become available, we let customers now
via amazon or through our CPR website. We do take suggestions on board though reg… The devices cannot be updated at the moment so newer devices would have to be bought when new ones become available.
We are looking at ways of improving the call blockers though and when new features become available, we let customers now
via amazon or through our CPR website. We do take suggestions on board though regarding adding new features and things
so you never know, USB ports or the possibility to upgrade the numbers could be added for future models.

If I only want to block a certain prefix + area code , can I do that too. or do I have to block the whole area code?

Yes, you can block a certain area code and prefix. So for example
* * 7 # (beep) 408 872 # (beep) will block ALL calls from 408 872
exchanges.

If my home alarm goes off a service calls to verify. Can I whitelist their # so I don’t inadvertently block it when mass blocking 800/Unknown/OOA/etc?

You can’t WHITELIST calls, you can only BLACKLIST them. You would need to tell your Alarm service that if they call you not to hide/mask their number.
If a number shows on the caller ID display when they phone, then you don’t have to worry. Simply DON’T BLOCK their call or home number.

Does this product work with landlines connected to charter internet

Hello David
Thank you for your question
Yes, we have serveral customers using the Call Blocker successfully on Charter internet phone service… Hello David
Thank you for your question
Yes, we have serveral customers using the Call Blocker successfully on Charter internet phone service
Feel free to get in touch if you have any further questions
Kind Regards
Daniel Jordan
CPR Call Blocker Support
[email protected]
408 – 872 – 6822
Mon-Fri 4am-5pm EST

Info About CPR V5000 Call Blocker for Landline Phones – Stop All Unwanted Calls at a Touch of a Button – Join Over 1 Million Satisfied Customers (Reviews From Amazon)

Wow… just wow…

This thing is amazing. Seriously. Our phone was ringing at least ten times a day and of those maybe one would be someone I wanted to talk to. 90% of the calls stopped as soon as I plugged it in, and over the past week I have been adding the others. The best thing? With this puppy the phone doesn’t "ring once" like it does with other blockers or the "block" from my phone/cable company (not VOIP – we use Cox). Having a phone ring "half a ring" before it is blocked is annoying. This solves that problem since it sits between the wall and the phone so it analyzes the number before the signal gets to the phone to ring it. Awesome technology. We were to the point we were going to get rid of our home phone due to the blind dial calls ("hello, this is Windows support"), the Out of Area calls and the Political "can I have three minutes of your time" and then you spend 30 minutes listening to someone read asinine questions about a bunch of clowns running for office. All of those are gone now. I seriously wish I could give this 10 stars. My sanity is slowly returning.

REVENGE IS SWEET!!!

As a night time caregiver for my 98 year old mother, my morning sleep is the only thing that keeps me physically able to go on. I thank God that I found the CPR V5000 Call Blocker on Amazon and bought it. The plague of my existence up until now have been the infernal Telemarketers and other incessant ‘nuisance’ calls that has kept my phone ringing the entire time I’m trying to sleep. Sleep deprivation is one of the worst experiences that anyone can have and it leads to all kinds of health issues like depression, anxiety, all the way up to major heart problems. I have experienced some of these issues and I blame these callers directly for these problems. Ever since I bought and set up the call blocker, I have been able to sleep right through the morning hours and get up feeling refreshed and ready to do what I need to do before going over to take care of my mother all night.
The CPR call blocker has taught me how precious the phrase “Silence Is Golden” is in my life right now and I thank those who worked to create a way for people like myself to protect not only their privacy, but their health and sanity as well.
Here in South Texas my service provider is “Grande Communications.” I read reviews on Amazon and watched ever video on ‘U-Tube’ in order to learn how to set up the machine and use it properly. Some reviewers said that you had to set it up the ‘parallel’ way in the USA, but with my Grande service the call blocker worked using the ‘direct’ set up. It was a ‘plug and play’ installation with Grande and once I added the other suggested codes listed in the instruction manual including all 800 numbers to the machine, it has kept me free from unwanted calls. I have only had to use the BIG RED BUTTON a few times to block calls that got through and I couldn’t be happier with how well the machine works. In the South we say, “Revenge is Sweet” and “Pay Back Is Hell” and I actually LOVE pressing the red button when the opportunity arises. This is a great way to teach these invaders in our private lives the meaning of “NO!”
I would HIGHLY recommend this call blocker to anyone that would stand still long enough to listen to me. Get one and get them GONE out of your life!

Well worth the money, best $100.00 I’ve spent

As the owner of a service company a good portion of my work day is spent answering the phone and I am so tired of all the marking calls, even with the Do Not Call Registry there are a ton of calls that still come in. We have about 8 phone lines that are incoming and even if each line gets on call a day that is 8 waste my time calls I have to field through. I resorted to the handy internet and discovered this little gem. Money well spent let me tell you, It came quickly was easy to install, unplug a phone line and plug it into the device and plug the power cord in the the outlet and viola we are on our way to freedom for marketing calls, There are a number of calls that I know the device has stopped with the preset numbers that are installed when it arrives as I have had several calls that I hear a brief ring and that is all, plus I have blocked 27 additional numbers since installing the device, my picture was this morning showing 25 and I have blocked two more today, woohoo, I smile every time I block a number. I really love this device. The other plus is I learned there is an app you can download onto your phone and block calls on it also. If you are on the fence about ordering this item, take the leap and give it a try, I am very happy with my new office assistant the CPR Call blocker

It was easy to install before the telephone base station with the …

CPR V5000 telephone call blocker.
I obtained this blocker 11-06-17 and installed it. It was easy to install before the telephone base station with the included instructions. The first 3 or 4 days after installation, the number of incoming calls were reduced approximately 90%. However, the incoming call list did not seem to register calls, and there were no listings on the blocked list. The caller ID continued to work as designed on the phone display and remote hand sets. I did have the opportunity to use the large red “Block button” on a couple of occasions, but still no calls were shown on blocked list or on the blocked indicator. Then on the fifth or sixth day I was rereading reviews and and the blocker’s instructions and realized that I had not installed the DSL filter on the incoming line. I then installed the filter and voila all features (blocked call list, call list, etc.) worked as designed. As a sidelight this also cured a problem with being knocked offline on the computer when the phone was answered. In the time I’ve used this blocker I have had the opportunity to use the #2 feature and found that it works as indicated. I have also recalled numbers from the call history (from missed calls) and pushing the button on the V5000 blocker. The blocker display showed the word “Successful” and the blocked number count went up 1 each time. I can only think of one annoyance item that I have experienced with the blocker (which did not affect the blocker’s primary functions). When a call comes in, the caller ID information is inserted twice into the telephone’s caller ID memory. However, this is minor and I can live with it for the difference that the blocker has made. As luck would have it, I was writing this review when the phone rang and the ID displayed a number I did not recognize. I used the #2 function and continued. I checked the blocker and all was good, I then researched the number and found it to be a bogus number. I feel the CPR V5000 blocker was a good investment. I now only get one or two bogus calls every few days, but this number is expected to go down as the number of repeats gets entered into the blocked list and by selecting particular area codes to block.

Wow. This is GREAT.

Best call blocker EVER! I purchased this one to replace the one I already had (different brand). It quickly filled up with blocked numbers and I couldn’t add anymore. It was ineffective at blocking ‘out of area,’ private, and ‘unavailable’ calls. Also, the phone would have to ring once before the call was blocked. It was time to buy a new one. After reading the reviews of CPR V5000 Call Blocker, I said, ‘Why not?’ and bought one.

This call blocker is the best at call blocking, simply the best. You probably can’t get any better than this. It’s huge. After connecting it and ‘activating’ the preset block lists, I received ZERO unwanted phone calls during the first 24 hours of use. Typically, I would receive about a dozen per day. So far, I’ve only had to manually block four phone calls, just four. Another big plus is that blocked calls do not ring at all, which is great. If you are tired of receiving robo-calls, scam calls from people claiming to be with the IRS, political calls, calls from telemarketers, out of area calls, etc., this is the gadget for you. Blocking calls is as simple as pushing a button.

My initial set up included manually entering the six or so codes recommended by manufacturer

This CPR V5000 call blocker has worked for me as advertised by the manufacturer since I bought it and installed it 4 weeks ago. For the record, I get my phone service via Mediacom cable company VOIP internet phone service. My digital phone is AT&T Model TL92271 DECT 6.0. I installed the call blocker in series ahead of my AT&T phone per manufacturer instructions. My answering feature on my phone works as before; caller ID info (when provided by incoming caller) is displayed on the phone display; caller ID info (when provided by incoming caller) is also verbally announced by the phone as before … so all phone features continue without any issues.

My initial set up included manually entering the six or so codes recommended by manufacturer: withheld/private numbers, unknown callers, international/out of area callers, etc … these can be found on the manufacturer’s web site and are also listed on the call blocker user guide. Then I manually blocked out general toll free area codes: 800, 844, 855, 866, 877, 888. Then I blocked Washington DC area code 202 then manually blocked most of Chicago’s area codes because these historically have been the source of abusive robo callers … and we have no colleagues in either city that we want to get calls from. After that, I blocked out individual robo calls that were made from other locals. To date, I have 34 blocked area codes and/or individual phone numbers. After four weeks of use and tailoring of blocked numbers we are very pleased that our daily robo calls are gone save for an occasional ‘new one’ that arrives … but manually blocking such a robo call now is painless by stepping through incoming calls then pressing the ‘delete’ button — bingo, it’s gone.

The political season is now upon us as we march toward November elections. I expect new robo calls will be coming and I’ll block them after their first attempts … won’t have to deal with repeated home interruptions.

This call blocker has been a good investment for our home and it has worked with our phone / phone service without issue.

BEST THING SINCE SLICED BREAD – AND THEN SOME!

WOW! What a wonderful boon to human kind. I was getting 3-5 telemarketing calls per day, many of them robocalls. In the 2 weeks since I installed the Call Blocker, I’ve had to block a grand total of only 13 calls – less than one per day. The 5000 blocked numbers it has built in clearly do most of the trick. When a telemarketer does get past that list, it’s a very simple matter to hit the red button and kill the call – permanently. Not near the red button and using a cordless phone? Just hit #2 and the call is immediately and permanently blocked. Get calls at the crack of dawn? Block a given number once and it will never awaken you again.

But wait! Suppose you accidentally block a number you later realize you shouldn’t have blocked – like your wife’s cell phone! No problem. It’s very simple to remove that number from the blocked call list (if you really want to!).

To give you a better idea of my experience before getting the Call Blocker, I actually did have a phone set with a button on each cordless that will block the call permanently. It held 250 blocked numbers. In a matter of months I had maxed out the 250. The Call Blocker is far better and holds 1500 blocked calls.

Buy one of these. You will be ecstatic that you did!

UPDATE:
The Blocker is still working great. By the way, this thing doesn’t just block robocalls; it blocks any call you want to block.

My sanity is restored!!!!

The year is 2022, my parents have a landline because my father won’t get a cell phone, and somehow it’s cheaper to have the cable, internet, and phone bundled together than if we dropped the landline. My parents get +20 robo calls a day. Somehow Congress or the phone companies won’t do anything to help.

Well now you can empower yourself because this device is amazing 😍.

The device set up is super easy with the instructions they include, plus there’s like a minute long video of someone installing it on YouTube. It’s powered through the phone so you don’t have to worry about more clutter or outlet space.

I was skeptical, I thought these scammers would have more numbers to use but after having for more than a week the only call we’ve had was from me to make sure the phone still works.

My phone company doesn’t offer anything. The Do Not Call List is useless. This gives landlines much needed filtering. If you hate robo calls, definitely buy this, you won’t be disappointed. You are in control. Your time won’t be wasted. Your space will be respected.

it works as advertised

After buying baseball tickets on mlb.com, both my phone and email blew up with unsolicited attention. I bought a refurbished call blocker v5000 for the landline and so far so good. I blocked several area codes once figuring out the format (plain 3-digit area code with no 1, 01, or country code before it). I am blocking 10-digit numbers just now. When enough numbers are blocked, I can determine common area codes, then block the area codes, and delete those 10-digit numbers to free up space. Fifteen hundred numbers seems plenty. Blocked numbers are stored numerically, which is helpful.
Only problem is my Ooma Telo system. I had to change the Ooma answering function to 5 rings. My dect 6 cordless phone answering function is still on 4 rings, therefore messages go to that machine. The call blocker v5000 recognition seems to be immediate to 3 rings, which I can live with.

GO AHEAD, MAKE MY DAY

This product will deserve my attention with a couple future updates. I’ve had this device plugged in for 6 days now and HALLELUJAH it’s doing what it says it would! The first day I connected the Call Blocker it immediately stopped 3 calls. My phone never rang through for 2 of those 3 calls so they must’ve been among those pre programmed into the device. As of today, 9/26, this device has blocked the following types of calls on its own with zero assistance from me: 3 withheld phone numbers, 1 VOIP and 1 unavailable. Additionally, there were 2 calls (when I wasn’t home) which weren’t on the pre programmed list..not a problem because I easily blocked those after I got home. Before I connected the CPR V5000 I was getting, on average, 3 scam/robo calls a day. I say average because some days it was more (several in a row, 10-30 mins apart), some days it was 1 or none. I haven’t received a scam/robo call in 3 days! Initially, I was fully prepared to manually enter the 101 numbers of scam/robo callers I received before I got my Call Blocker. Instead, I decided I would get a more accurate idea of the blocker’s performance if I waited at least a couple days to see how well the Call Blocker blocked all on its own. I’m SO glad I waited, it would’ve been a huge waste of my time to enter 101 scammer phone numbers. If this little thing continues to work like it has so far, I know exactly who I’ll buy another one for as a Christmas gift. Because I’m currently so impressed with this Call Blocker, I’ll update my review a couple more times on it’s performance…the upcoming Christmas season should be a good test. So far my only disappointment is the Call Blocker appears to WORK SO WELL that I haven’t yet been able to push the "Block Now" button as my phone is ringing. I thought by now my need for robocall revenge would’ve been satisfied by pushing "BLOCK NOW" as my phone is ringing. No calls in 3 days, my suspense builds, I’m ready.
My connection details: Frontier analog landline, subscribed to name & number caller ID with Frontier, subscribed to voice mail with Frontier, home phone is an older Panasonic KX-TG6644 Dect 6.0 Digital Cordless Answering System which still works flawlessly. My connection is: phone line from the wall connects to LINE on back of Call Blocker and the supplied black cable goes from TEL on Call Blocker to LINE on back of my Panasonic’s base unit.

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