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CPR V5000 Call Blocker for Landline Phones – Stop All Unwanted Calls at a Touch of a Button - Over 1 Million Sold - As Seen On TV
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- Press #2 from Any cordless phone to activate the block Now button
- Block Robocalls, Scam CalIs, Political Calls, International, Private, Unavailable Unknown Callers plus Area Codes
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- Caller ID service is required from your network provider for this product to work
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CPR V5000 Call Blocker - Lifestyle and Setup Video
Elegant Functionable Design With a Modern Finish
About CPR Call Blocker
Founded in 2010 CPR Global Tech has become the go to company for telecommunications products that feature Call Blocking Technology. CPR Global Tech manufacturer and supply CPR Call Blocking technology products in over 30 countries around the globe.
CPR V5000- Stop Robocalls With The Original Landline Call Blocker Brand Today!
Bring Tranquility and Peace of Mind Back To Your Home.
CPR's V5000 Call Blocker Puts You Back in Control Of Your Privacy With The Latest In Landline Call Blocking Technology. Block All Robocalls, Scam Calls, Insurance Calls, Unwanted Political Calls On Your Home Phone At The Touch Of A Button!
- Pre-Programmed 5,000 Number Nuisance Robocall Database (Supplied by the FCC)
- Additional Number blocking capacity: 1500
- No mains power supply required ( uses the power from your phone line which is free )
- Compatible with all US landlines and home phones
Landline Phone Compatible
Connects in Seconds! Quick & simple to Connect No mains power required (uses the power from your existing phone line).
Line Compatibility Compatible will all major US landline providers, including AT&T, Verizon, Ooma, Charter, Comcast, Centurylink, Frontier, Fairpoint, Windstream, Hawaiian Telcom, Cincinnati Bell etc.
Phone Compatibility Compatible will all major landline phone manufacturers including, AT&T, Panasonic, Uniden, Motorola, VTech, Swissvoice, Gigaset, Philips etc.
Note: Caller ID services from your network provider is required for this product to function.
Pre-Programmed Robocall Numbers
CPR Call Blocker V5000 for landline has been pre-loaded with 5,000 of the worst offending nuisance robocall numbers reported to the FCC. This helps provides a dramatic reduction in robocalls, scam calls, political calls, election calls and general nuisance calls as soon as the Call Blocker is connected.
Build Your Own Block List
Block Now - The Big Red Button!
The ‘Block Now’ button is located on the top of the unit. At the touch of a button, the unwanted caller’s number is logged into the unit’s memory, the call will hang up and the number blocked permanently. This feature allows you to block up to 1500 unwanted calls.
Block List: At the click of the BLOCK LIST button you can view your full Block List and if required you can easily removed a number from the block list by pressing the DELETE button.
(#) 2 Blocking Function Block a number by entering # 2 (Pound 2) on any cordless handset connected to the telephone base.
Manual Entry: Manually enter or remove numbers to/from the Block List
Easy To Use
Large Screen: Features a large easy to read 3" caller display screen.
Easy To Use Controls: Large tactile button make it easy to control the Call Blocker
Call List: At the click of the CALL LIST button you can view the last 20 calls and if required you can add numbers to the Block List by pressing the BLOCK NOW button on that specific call record.
Block List: At the click of the BLOCK LIST button you can view your full Block List and if required you can easily removed a number from the block list by pressing the DELETE button.
Compact size: Measuring just 3.93"x 4.52" the V5000 Call Blocker will fit neatly alongside your landline phone.
Additional Blocking Features
Private Blocking Function This will reject all calls shown as PRIVATE.
Unknown Blocking Function This will reject all calls shown as UNKNOWN.
International Blocking Function This will reject all calls shown as INTERNATIONAL.
"0" Type Calls Blocking Function This will reject all calls shown as multiple 0s or variations of fake numbers.
Area Code Blocker This can block a state, area or country code.
The compact V5000 Call Blocker is designed with a minimal footprint to fit neatly beside your home or home office cordless phone. The prominent red block button is easy to see and push. And built to remain stable and durable, even when pressed hard.
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Say No More To Robocalls, Political Calls, Scam Calls, Unwanted Calls, Nuisance Calls, Telemarketing Calls: Block All At The Touch Of A Button! Our newest CPR V5000 Call Blocker features a 3 Inch caller display screen, large "Block Now" button, 6500 number capacity and has the ability to block unwanted callers from Cordless DECT extension handsets by pressing #2. V5000 Main Features: Easy To Use Controls: With CPR Call Blocker's easy to use control buttons you can view the callers number on its large 3 Inch display and view the blocked number list as well as see how many times that Blocked number has tried to recall. If required blocked numbers can be easily removed from the block list using the delete button (See Images above). Built in Number List: The CPR Call Blocker is pre-programmed with more than 5000 numbers which are 'deemed' as known nuisance callers. Companies which are selling by phone, using overseas call centres and automated sales lists are all pre-programmed which will minimise the sales calls you receive almost immediately. Block Now Function: The 'Block Now' button is located on the top of the unit. At the touch of a button the unwanted caller's number is logged into the unit's memory, the call will hang up and the number blocked permanently. This feature allows you to block up to 1500 unwanted callers as they are calling you. #2 Blocking Function: Block a number by entering #2 on any DECT handset connected to the telephone base. Manual Entry: Manually enter or remove numbers to/from the Blocking list Compatibility: Compatible will all major US line providers including AT&T, Comcast, Ooma, Verizon, Century Link, Frontier etc. CALLER ID SERVICES FROM YOUR NETWORK PROVIDER IS REQUIRED FOR THIS PRODUCT TO WORK.
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This device "eats" the caller id number and does not pass it along to your telephone. If you depend on the caller id, this device will "block" it.
Second, after about 5 months of use, this device suddenly blocks ALL CALLS. I am not sure what happened, but it will block all calls. I've tried to factory reset it and it still blocks all calls. I've called their tech support line and we tried all sorts of configurations and a second reset and it still blocks all calls. They promised to send to me another unit but the replacement unit never came. Now, they will not return my calls.
I bought the CPR V5000. In fact, I thought that it wasn't working for the first few days, as I was getting no robocalls. Well, after almost a week, I am
delighted with the Call Blocker.
I have two criticisms. I have the blocker installed in series.If I block a call using the #2 on one of my extension phones, it does ring once. When I block a number using the "block call" button, and the blocked number calls, there are no rings. I would have loved to be given some notice when a call is blocked.
Despite these two issues, I still have to give the blocker 5 stars, as it does exactly what I want to to do.
As you may have noticed, my appraisal of this product has gone from 5 stars to 1 star. I bought this product in August of last year. It worked beautifully until a couple of days ago. I had been expecting a call from my friend. When she did not call, I called her. She said that she had tried to call me numerous times, but the call would not go through.
A little while later, I could not use my phones at all. I would get a busy signal. My husband disconnected the blocker, and the phones worked normally. Today, I tried to reconnect the blocker, and I got the busy signals again. I even tried to use the other lines, and those did not work at all. I think that a piece of equipment that costs $100- should be expected to last more than 11 months.
I continued to use it for all other unsolicited calls.
Around November of 2017 I started having problems with the unit. The most annoying problem was the buttons would only work intermittently.
The unit then started failing to log incoming callers. So even if the buttons worked the caller ID info wasn't there.
Today the unit simply locked up. Nothing works. There is no 'reset' button and unplugging it for different lengths of time, 10 min - 1 hour, didn't help.
For $100 this thing should have lasted more than 16 months.
I am replacing it with a phone that will allow up to 500 blocked callers and tossing this thing in the recycle bin.
Top international reviews
Il faut donc passer en branchement parallèle. Par contre cela implique des défauts: impossible de bloquer durant la conversation, l'écran est presque éteint (manque de courant), impossible de bloquer sur un appareil satellite via la touche #2
autres remarque, boite et notice en anglais uniquement (normalement la loi française oblige à avoir une notice Fr. Sur le site fr de CPR en page du V2000, il n'y a rien qui parle de la doc fr, cela dit cela dit en cherchant cette notice Fr est dispo en PDF. Il aurait été mieux de le noter sur la page principale du V2000.
Plusieurs bugs de l'appareil, c'est dommage, c'est minimaliste mais ca fait son job de filtrage donc ça reste un bon achat pour ceux qui sont harcelé, mais franchement, au prix du boitier on aurait aimé un truc mieux fini au niveau fonctionnalité.
It was a very hard decision when I bought the CPR V5000, I was very sceptical after my previous call blocking experience.
I have now had the V5000 connected a month and cannot express how delighted I am with it.
It delivers big time and does exactly what it claims and I am so pleased I decided to buy it.
I cannot praise and recommend the CPR V5000 highly enough, at last we finally have peace and protection from all the vermin.
The delay in testing it with a suitable review following is entirely due to a complete absence of the above listed callers since the day it arrived. Perhaps the fear of my installing it was sufficient to ward off such callers but I rather doubt it. Anyway, I simply did not install it as there was no longer any apparent need.
However, three months later and a few weeks ago, a call from a P.P.I. adviser prompted me to install it and then wait eagerly for an opportunity to test it. This eventually occurred and the pleasure of simply dialling #2 while it was playing its message and then replacing the receiver in its cradle was extremely gratifying. Since then there have been no further nuisance calls but the one now blocked is listed as confirmed blocked on the readout. (It is also a straightforward procedure to unblock a number if an error has been made).
Installing this blocking device was a matter of just a few minutes. Using it is also very easy by either dialling #2 from a non-main phone or by pressing a large red button on the blocker if it is nearby. This works for all calls with a displayed number. There is a range of options for other calls that do not display their number.
This device is simple to set up and to use and it works - what more can you ask for! Peace reigns supreme again!
Bad news - it does not stop all international scam calls, even though I have switched all the blocking options on (and checked that the 2 options specifically for international calls are in place). You have to block those that do get through individually - not a big deal, but it is not quite as advertised and I am not completely convinced it works.
Niggles - there is no way to specify the one international number I want to get through, likewise you have to get doctors, libraries etc that make internet calls to put a prefix: 1470 before your number.
I followed the instructions and entered each code to block:
International/Out of Area
International with 00 prefix
VOIP/IP Rogue Diallers
For each code entered I heard a beep after the **7# and another after entering the remainder of the code eg *# I also received a "Successful" message on the CPR display.
Here's the latest calls I received and whether they were blocked or not:
Beginning of tel no and call category
from my Dect phone's display:
001 374 835 xxxx xxxx/Unavailable Failed
This should have been blocked as I had blocked International calls with 00 prefix and also Unavailable - so one or the other should have worked?
Entered #2 from 2nd phone during the call to block manually. Interestingly in both CPR's Call and Block lists the number missed off the 001 and showed only as 374 835 etc
01250 xxxxxxx/Unavailable Failed to block
001 238 xxx xxx/Unavailable Blocked
078xx xxxxxx Blocked
00353 8004 961 081/Unavailable Failed
This last one is amazon's call back tel no.
I also tried blocking
003 didn't work but it's not an area code
(was testing above in case could block 001 prefixed tel numbers)
00353 didn't register successfully
353 registered successfully but didn't block the Amazon number
In fairness to CPR all the telephone numbers that failed to be blocked (which were all I had last Friday to this Thursday)
may have been masked ie the real number and category of call deliberately hidden - apparently it's often done to give the impression that a call is from a local number or from the country you live in.
Sadly they are the main scam calls I get.
I wondered if the V5000 was actually blocking lots more calls but I didn't realise. BECAUSE THE V5000 DOESN'T DISPLAY WHAT CALLS IT'S ACTIVELY BLOCKING. It shows you a blocked call list but this is merely a list of all the categories of calls and individual numbers you've programmed in the codes for or pressed the red button for eg if you've blocked International calls with a 00 prefix, you'll see 00 as an entry on the blocked tel nos, what you won't see is that it blocked say 001 374 835 xxx xxx or when.
So I set up a test to see if it's quietly blocking calls in the background.
I blocked my own mobile number then rang my home phone using my mobile.
On the mobile I heard 1.5 rings and then the line was dropped - great.
On the CPR main screen nothing showed but if I went into CPR'S call list, my mobile number was there as the latest call.
On my Dect phone: it didn't ring (great) but bleeped and started flashing a red light to show I'd missed a call.
So the only way to detect if the V5000 is blocking calls silently in the background is either by regularly checking the call list and seeing if it has any new numbers despite the phone not ringing.
Or if your phone has the ability to highlight missed calls, preferably showing when and how many calls were made using that number, then you can determine if the kit has been silently protecting you - otherwise you have no idea. (Unless you had lots of calls before and the volume of calls drop significantly since installing the CPR).
I rang CPR customer services yesterday to see if could resolve problem of the unblocked calls and if there was a clever way to show which calls (and preferably when/how many) calls were being blocked.
I was first given a new code to try ie
**7#(beep) 009# (beep beep)
I heard the beeps as shown above.
Normally only hear one beep after **7# and one other beep after eg 009# not two.
Also the "Successfull" message didn't appear on the CPR screen.
So I phoned back.
This time I was given
**7# *# - this was the International code I'd already entered last Friday but I did it again
**7# 91# this blocks India (no offence to India but that's apparently where many of the calls come from)
The CPR representative did in fairness point out that the first code should encompass all international calls but add the 91 just in case. (I guess there must be different types as the booklet gives 2 different codes for international - one of which has the 00 prefix)
I entered the 2 codes the CPR person gave me and then tested using the Amazon call back number again.
In fairness to CPR if Amazon is masking their number or innocently using what looks like a southern Irish number despite the staff not sounding remotely Irish), this wouldn't have fully tested the block codes. It should test international or unavailable but may depend on how CPR reads and responds to masked numbers.
So I asked the CPR lady and she advised that it blocks based on what the Caller ID appears as - as that's what am seeing on my Dect phone I thought it should have blocked on basis of one of those two categories (international or unavailable). Suspect masking has complexities I'm unaware of.
So in summary, the V5000 is not blocking all the "alleged" international or unavailable calls I'm receiving - in fact it's blocking so few it's not worth keeping.
If however you have specific numbers or area codes you want to block, that aren't being masked then it's great.
But if like me, the scammers keep using different numbers or area codes so you need to block whole categories of numbers eg international or unavailable, then the blocking ability of the CPR kit is seriously undermined by scammers using masked calls (often appearing as the very calls you're trying to block, ie international or unavailable).
Also the CPR lady said she would feedback my comments re the inability to readily see if it's actually blocking anything. That was on the first call after I'd been spoken to as if I didn't understand what the blocked list contained.... on the second call she cut me off - so CPR customer services can live block a call! 😊
To anyone with the same experience, this is a no brainer purchase. Even better the device will also help us to defeat those other unwanted sales calls e.g. home insulation bandits and claims lawyers etc. A Brilliant product and worth every penny.
Since the above five star review things have changed.
We changed our broadband provider last week and Openreach carried out a line test on behalf of our new provider. They found that the line voltage was low due to a device connected to the phone line in our house. When I disconnected this device, the line voltage returned to normal and our broadband speed went up from 50 to 61.
This device does block nuisance calls, but it appears to draw an excessive amount of power from the phone landline. Our broadband is fibre cable to the cabinet and copper wire to our house. If you have the same broadband supply system as we have, it would be unwise to install this device.
This device is very easy to install and it is perfect.
I'm unsure as to whether the numbers are stored if there's a problem with the phone (power for the device is supplied by the phone line - it doesn't require any external power source), but have written them all down so can reprogram in any case.
If you're being plagued with sales/nuisance calls this is well worth purchasing.
I didn't know these devices existed until recently, I found them when I was looking to replace my quad handset DECT telephones with a nuisance-call blocking version, but it quickly became apparent I didn't need to go to such wasteful expense, as the CPR V202 will do exactly what I want.
Setup was straightforward - just followed the guide to get plugged in, and used my mobile to test incoming calls and that caller display was working correctly. Then I went through each of the five sequences to block the various withheld, unavailable, international, rogue dialler calls, so now it's just a matter of waiting for any other non-withheld nuisance calls to come through and be blocked.
One really useful feature is the ability to block using #2 from any handset, which is equivalent to pressing the satisfyingly big red BLOCK NOW button on the device.