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Roger in In Touch Weekly Magazine!

I’m so thrilled and flattered to be featured in this week’s “real life” section of In Touch Weekly Magazine!

This reporter, Jaclyn Roth, was one of the nicest people you can imagine. She asked some great questions and was very patient with me as I talked about telecommunications and my bots. I love telephones and, in case you’re new to my blog, I made these robots out of love for the telecom network. I just want you to love your phone as much as I do, and telemarketers are the biggest reason people hate their phones right now.

Jaclyn wrote this great article and sent it to me. She gave me permission to post it on my blog (as of now, it’s not online at InTouchWeekly.com).

You can click here for the PDF of the story. Or click the image below for high-resolution.

I’m going to post the text of the article here so the search bots will index it.

We’ve all been through the same infuriating experience. The phone rings, so you drop whatever you’re doing to answer it. But the voice that greets you doesn’t belong to a friend or family member. It’s a telemarketer trying to sell you a service you don’t need or — worse — scam you out of your hard-earned money. Cue the steam pouring out of your ears.

But a mild-mannered telecom consultant named Roger Anderson is leading a one-man crusade to rescue us. His method of doling out vigilante justice? He’s designed a team of computerized robots that are programmed to trick telemarketers and phone scammers into believing they have a live human on the other end of the line. The bots waste the telemarketers’ time and, ultimately, scare them off that telephone number for good. “Telemarketers are blanketing the country with fraudulent calls,” says Roger, 47, who lives with his wife and four kids in the LA area. “My goal is to disrupt the industry as much as possible.”

His inspiration came a couple years back, after a telemarketer swore at his then-14-year-old son. “We’d get about five to 10 calls a day,” he says. “I was never worried about getting scammed because I don’t buy anything over the phone, but it felt like such an invasion of privacy.” Having worked in the telephone business for more than 25 years, “I thought to myself, ‘I’m a phone guy, I should be able to fix this,’” Roger recalls. “So I started building this robot.”

At first, it was just a hobby. Roger set up the program to intercept calls to his home. But after posting some of the funnier exchanges on YouTube and receiving positive feedback, he officially started the Jolly Roger Telephone Company. He began creating more bots that could convincingly pass as real people. “My favorite robot personality is ‘Kim the Kraken,’” says Roger, who originally voiced the bots but now gets help from his wife, friends, other family members and volunteers. His character Kim the Kraken is “recovering from pneumonia, so she coughs and says things like, ‘I’m really sorry, my phone slipped and you are going to have to repeat that.’ She can keep telemarketers on the phone for 10 to 20 minutes.” While it may sound like a minor victory to tie up just one agent, telemarketers are usually auto-dialing up to 30 people at once, “so it prevents potentially hundreds of phone calls from being made,” Roger explains.

So far, Jolly Roger’s robot army has fielded around 300,000 unwanted calls. A subscription to the service costs $6 per year (jollyrogertelco.com). When cellphone users get an unwanted call, they can conference in the bots, who then take over. Landline calls can be linked up so Jolly Roger will answer when it recognizes a telemarketer’s number. Once the telemarketers realize they’ve been fooled, “It’s in their best interest to stop calling you,” says Roger. In an ironic twist, many clients have come to welcome the calls they formerly dreaded, relishing the chance to eavesdrop on the exchanges. “When a telemarketer loses their cool talking to a robot, it’s just so satisfying. All of your years of frustration get vented,” says Roger. “Plus, it’s hilarious.”

— Reporting by Jaclyn Roth


Las Vegas vacation scammer wants to kill my puppy!

Do you get the “free vacation” telemarketer calls? These scams come in many flavors. It could be a high-pressure timeshare pitch, or maybe they tell you that they’re giving you a vacation so you’ll tell your friends and family about it and THEY will pay for their own. But I think we can all agree that the “free vacation” is a scam, right?

Anyway, this guy is calling to give us a free vacation in Las Vegas. He drops a couple resort names to keep us interested, but I doubt that he’s actually connected with them (I sure hope not!) so I bleeped them out.

He was talking to a female robot named “Jolly Jenny”. After a few minutes, he just wasn’t getting the expected responses from her, so he says a couple mildly shocking things, and when she doesn’t react to that, he says something even more shocking. And then he gets intimidating. If you love puppies, you’ll hate this guy!

These guys are invulnerable, invincible, and untraceable. They are clearly not “monitored or recorded for quality purposes” and they know they can say whatever they want. And there’s nothing you can do about it. Until now. Please do your part – subscribe to the Jolly Roger Telephone service so you can send your telemarketers to robots. This will delay the call to the next person on their list, and maybe it will prevent one scam for the day. It’s your civic duty to waste their time, but your time is too valuable. Let a Jolly Roger bot handle it.

Thanks for listening!

Roger


Roger is speaking at the ASCII IT Success Summit today (March 29th, 2017)

I am so flattered to have been invited to speak at the ASCII Success Summit in Anaheim, CA today! This is a thrill because this Jolly Roger Telephone service is SO GOOFY that it’s great to see it starting to become a mainstream and completely valid solution to telecommunications fraud.

Speaking of goofy, I also learned that I would get a table all day! So my wife, partner, and I put this together:

So there are a couple rotary phones, and the treasure chest contains a Raspberry Pi and analog adapter. When you lift the handset of the rotary phone, you hear a random Jolly Roger recording. I even have some rotary-to-dtmf converters in the phones so when you dial the keypad, it starts a new recording.

Those are chocolate coins. And that’s a little “bilge box” for trash.

I asked my wife to help me make a little one-pager to encourage people to lift the handset to listen to recordings, and also to attend my speech today. So she did. And then she

  • Crumpled it
  • Coffee-stained it
  • Baked it
  • Burned it

And now it looks like this:

She even made a little “Ship’s Manifest” for the sign-up sheet in case anyone wanted to be added to my mailing list.

I am not typically this creative. My wife is amazing. I often joke with her that “Courier New is good enough” when we need to make a brochure. She will usually take it from there, and she sure did this time.

My speech is the last one today, which is kind of cool. Unfortunately, it will not be recorded. But it’s very similar to my TEDx talk in Naperville last November.

Thanks as always, everyone! I owe all of you for the popularity of this service. Please help me spread the word so we can keep sucking up telemarketer time!

Roger

 


Back to Basics – Vacation scammer speaks with the original Jolly Roger bot

The core of the Jolly Roger Telephone service is wasting telemarketer time. I’ve had a lot of interesting calls, but this one demonstrates that the original bot is still going strong. For anyone new to Jolly Roger, I built this bot for my own line at home, and it took a couple years of tweaking to get it right (I could only test it on REAL telemarketers). When I posted the telephone number so everyone could use it, I got thousands of calls to it – I still haven’t listened to all of those calls from February 2016!

As a result, it’s the least interesting bot for me. I have some “new” bots that are more fun for me to review. But I wanted to play this call because I don’t want you to forget “there’s a bee on me”. This call demonstrates that it’s still funny.

In this call, we have a “free cruise” offer and he lists all kinds of great things. This agent probably believes he is giving away this vacation package, but a simple Google search is all it takes to see how popular this scam is. Fortunately, the subscribers to the Jolly Roger service are engaging bots to suck up some scammer time. This guy spent almost 8 minutes talking to a bot, and hopefully he didn’t have time to call you that day. Or your family.

Anyway, thanks for listening everyone! I’m looking forward to posting more fun, entertaining calls. They don’t all have to be educational or shocking. This one is just ear candy to any of you who get these calls every day.

Roger


Podcast episode 15 is online

Hi All,

Here is Episode 15 of the Jolly Roger Telephone podcast. I have SO MUCH to tell you! In this episode, I discuss the Windows Support scam, what I am trying to do about it, and some of the interesting legal and regulatory issues I’ll be dealing with. I play a couple clips from a Windows Support call. It’s good info, but not nearly as fun as some of my other podcasts. This is NOT the place to start if you’ve never heard one of my podcasts. You can just search your podcast app for “Jolly Roger Telephone” or click here for the SoundCloud link to all my podcasts.

Here is Episode 15:


Jolly Roger bot calls “Windows Support” scammer to waste her time

Here is the maiden voyage of this “Windows User in Distress” bot. I have discovered it is more entertaining to “trickle” the calls into the fake Windows support centers so the agents engage for a long time with the bots. The plan is for me to hit these call centers HARD with thousands of calls. They will have no choice but to shut down the number. The telecommunications industry has a term for this – TDOS or “telephony denial of service”. It’s usually used by bad guys. Naturally it sounds illegal. But is it? Stay tuned.

Anyway, this is a great call from my bot (she needs a name) to “Windows Support”. You learn a little about this particular scammer’s call center. The agent is pretty good. She sounds very professional and convincing. You can understand how the elderly and new users might be convinced as well.

Anyway, it is very satisfying to hear the bot keep her busy. I’m working on more of these and I’ll tune the algorithm as necessary. But this was a great shakedown voyage.

Please enjoy!

Roger


FTC “Shuts Down” Caribbean Cruise Scam

The FTC has cracked down on one company behind the “free cruise!” scam. I get a ton of these calls into my bots. What I find interesting here is the defendants made 12 to 15 MILLION illegal robocalls PER DAY between October 2011 and July 2012, and yet they were only fined $2500. Apparently they are broke. If they misrepresented their financial situation, then they’ll have to pay $1.35 million. 

Actually, this is one of many settlements, but the “big one” to Caribbean Cruise Lines was about $500,000. Supposedly this scam generated millions to CCL, so I guess it was worth it.

And, by the way, have you gotten any “free cruise” calls since 2012? Yeah, me too.

This crackdown was probably a lot of work for the FTC and the various states involved. Jolly Roger Telephone works on the consumer’s behalf and will STOP this entire business model. My bots sound like a human to their robocallers and it’s not long before their human agents are engaged with my bots. If I can just get more people using the Jolly Roger Telephone service, then I can put a stop to this entire practice since it will take several minutes for the agents to figure out they’re talking to a robot.

Here is the announcement from the FTC. Thanks for helping me spread the word everyone. I can stop this! The FTC, FCC, carriers, and state regulators cannot. But I need your help to spread the word.

https://www.ftc.gov/news-events/press-releases/2017/02/ftc-states-put-remaining-defendants-massive-caribbean-cruise?utm_source=govdelivery

 

 


Roger’s repeat appearance on The New Screen Savers on TWiT.tv

Thank you to Leo Laporte and the crew at TWiT.tv for inviting me to The New Screen Savers for a second time! Here is my most recent appearance (on February 18th, 2017) where I discuss how I am attacking the Windows Support scammers by having robots call them hundreds (and sometimes thousands) of times.

https://twit.tv/shows/new-screen-savers/episodes/92?autostart=false

I appeared one year ago (February 20th, 2016) on The New Screen Savers when this whole Jolly Roger Telephone thing took off the first time. Here is that show.

https://twit.tv/shows/new-screen-savers/episodes/41?autostart=false

What an incredible thrill! The whole family came up this time. My son, Nate, opened the show.

And thank you all of you for your kind words and support during this crazy, crazy year. I am honored and humbled.

Roger

 


Nice article about Jolly Roger Telephone from a photographer in Houston

A photographer in Houston posted a nice blog entry about how Jolly Roger Telephone has changed his attitude about telemarketers. Like many of you (and me), he relies on his phone for new business. If you don’t have the luxury of ignoring unrecognized callers, then you need a Jolly Roger bot to take your unsolicited telemarketers. And of course, the longer you are in business, the more likely you are to get these “Google rankings” or “small business loan” calls.

Here’s the article. Thanks David!

https://fluffyshotme.com/helpful-tips/2017/02/jolly-roger/


Listen live as the bots call “Microsoft Technical Support”

Windows support scammers are back online. Sending a small number of calls as we all get back to our day jobs.

Here is a small “Broadside” campaign to knock out a number that was reported to me this morning. Some of these calls are really long. Obviously at some point they know it’s a bot, but rather than hang up, they stay on the line. I wonder if they’re not allowed to hang up?

This will be even funnier when we have bots designed for this scam. For now, the regular bots are having fun. You can listen along here.

Started at 2017-02-19 17:09:14 and ended at 2017-02-19 17:10:32 Pacific Time Thomas Black called 18444542966 and spoke for 78 seconds
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Started at 2017-02-19 17:02:51 and ended at 2017-02-19 17:04:10 Pacific Time Debbie Doldrums called 18444542966 and spoke for 79 seconds
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Started at 2017-02-17 11:35:27 and ended at 2017-02-17 11:36:10 Pacific Time Jolly Roger Classic called 18885854041 and spoke for 43 seconds
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Started at 2017-02-17 11:33:29 and ended at 2017-02-17 11:34:35 Pacific Time Kim the Kraken called 18885854041 and spoke for 66 seconds
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Started at 2017-02-17 10:57:48 and ended at 2017-02-17 10:59:02 Pacific Time Whiskey Jack called 18885854041 and spoke for 74 seconds
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Started at 2017-02-17 10:46:06 and ended at 2017-02-17 10:50:33 Pacific Time Kim the Kraken called 18885854041 and spoke for 267 seconds
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