We've all gotten them: NJ ranked 5th state most bothered by robocallsPosted: Updated:
A new report shows New Jersey was ranked the fifth state in the U.S. most bothered by robocalls in 2019.
According to the report by Let's Talk, people in the Garden State were robocalled last year more than 1.5 billion times.
The report also shows residents made more than 194,000 complaints to the FTC throughout the year. The average New Jersey resident received 14.1 calls per month.
Maryland ranked first on the list, followed by Nevada and Colorado. Alaska was ranked last.
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