Robo Shield FAQ

Spam calls are annoying, like telemarketing calls that ask you to answer questions, donate money, or buy something. Scam calls are fraudulent calls that try to steal your money or identity by tricking you into believing you won a prize, or are under criminal investigation.

Robo Shield Premium comes with eight different categories of scam and spam calls that you can custom block however you want. Simply check or uncheck the box next to each category in “Settings.”

Here’s a list of all the types of calls you can block:

  • Scam
  • Nuisance
  • Telemarketing
  • Charity
  • Jail/Prison
  • Political
  • Survey
  • Account Services

We receive annoying spam calls and dangerous scam calls every day, and the frequency of these calls only seems to increase with time. In a world where privacy issues are an every day concern, privacy that extends to your phone calls is another smart way to protect yourself.

Better yet, Robo Shield spam call blocker is included FREE with any Hotspot Shield Premium subscription. Start blocking time-wasting spam calls and money-grabbing scam calls now.

Yep, you get two apps for the price of one. Having a Hotspot Shield Premium membership automatically gets you access to Robo Shield Premium at no additional cost.

If you’re already a Hotspot Shield Premium member, Robo Shield will recognize your membership after you install it.

With Robo Shield Premium, not only can you block scam calls, but also, you can block spam calls and customize what calls you want to receive.

Once you activate Robo Shield, it will block the latest spam and scam calls as they develop, by checking your incoming calls against the largest spam number database, which is automatically updated every six minutes to ensure the most up-to-date protection from robocalls.

If you ever identify a robocall as a scam or spam call, block it and report it to the FTC. This way, no one else in the Robo Shield community will receive the call.