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 917 Robocall Data

46.2 million robocalls were placed to area code 917 in May 2018,equaling roughly 18.8 calls per person affected.

Top 20 Robocallers to Area Code 917 in May 2018 (by volume)

Updated 6/1/2018

Robocaller Caller ID Caller Type
718-935-6740 NYC Department of Education Education Services
844-206-8573 Spectrum Cable Company
212-244-9392 Chinese Consulate Spammer
888-423-0900 Verizon Information Line Phone Company
210-520-1454 Chase Payments/Debt
585-421-7077 Verizon Collection Call Phone Company
210-520-0146 Chase Payments/Debt
518-952-3397 Business Loan Scam Business Loan Scam
866-532-0423 Citibank Payments/Debt
516-494-3573 Home Solar Solar Energy Spam
585-257-0744 +15852570744 Unknown Robocaller
800-892-2253 Time Warner Cable Cable Company
336-436-9730 Health Insurance Spam Health Insurance Spam Call
877-337-2017 Access A Ride Government Agency
866-652-3145 Encore Receivable Management Debt Collector Credit Card Debt Collection
917-728-1137 Police Charity Call Police Charity
888-222-4227 Santander Payments/Debt
646-650-3954 Unknown Name Unknown Robocaller
800-955-6600 Capital One Payments/Collections Payments/Debt
800-522-2455 ADT Security Systems Home Security

New York Cities in Affected Area

Bayside, Bronx, Brooklyn, Cambria Heights, East Elmhurst, Elmhurst, Flushing, Jackson Heights, Jamaica, Little Neck, New York, Oakland Gardens, Queens Village, Richmond Hill, Saint Albans, South Richmond Hill, Staten Island, Woodside

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{"statusCode":10000,"recordFound":true,"phoneNumber:"9991002000","spamRisk":{"level":1,"reasonLabel":"SPAM_OTHER","reasonCode":5999,"reasonMessage":"This caller has been determined to be a spammer."},"timestamp":"2016-10-05T00:55:50.526Z"}
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