The YouMail Robocall Index™ estimates monthly robocall volume in the US, as well as in various regions, and highlights the worst offenders. The index works by extrapolating the data collected from the many tens of millions of calls made each month to YouMail users.

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May 2018 Area Code 678 Robocall Data

56.1 million robocalls were placed to area code 678 in May 2018,equaling roughly 17.9 calls per person affected.

Top 10 Robocallers to Area Code 678 in May 2018 (by volume)


Updated 6/1/2018


Robocaller Caller ID Caller Type
800-955-6600 Capital One Payments/Collections Payments/Debt
762-585-8240 Transworld Systems Incorporated Payments/Debt
877-647-8552 Wells Fargo Payments/Debt
866-718-4777 Securus Inmate Prison Inmate
888-222-4227 Santander Payments/Debt
336-436-9730 Health Insurance Spam Health Insurance Spam Call
678-224-9096 Verizon Wireless Phone Company
478-216-0494 Business Loan Scam Business Loan Scam
800-266-2278 Comcast Customer Service/Bill Collector Cable Company Debt Collection
800-942-3767 Substitute Teacher Notification Job Availability Call

Georgia Cities in Affected Area

Acworth, Adairsville, Alpharetta, Athens, Atlanta, Austell, Avondale Estates, Ball Ground, Barnesville, Bogart, Bowdon, Bremen, Buchanan, Buford, Canton, Carrollton, Cartersville, Cedartown, Clarkston, Clermont, Concord, Conyers, Covington, Cumming, Dallas, Decatur, Dekalb, Douglasville, Duluth, Fayetteville, Flowery Branch, Gainesville, Grantville, Griffin, Hiram, Jackson, Jasper, Jonesboro, Kingston, Lawrenceville, Lilburn, Lithia Springs, Lithonia, Locust Grove, Lula, Luthersville, Marble Hill, Marietta, Mcdonough, Milner, Molena, Monroe, Newnan, Norcross, Peachtree City, Peachtree Corners, Powder Springs, Riverdale, Rockmart, Roopville, Roswell, Scottdale, Senoia, Snellville, Social Circle, Statham, Stockbridge, Stone Mountain, Suwanee, Tallapoosa, Tate, Temple, Tucker, Tyrone, Villa Rica, Williamson, Winder, Woodstock, Zebulon

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