CHICAGO — A federal judge has issued two temporary restraining orders designed to stop what officials describe as a wave of deceptive automated phone calls, sometimes referred to as "robo-calls," warning people their auto warranties are expiring and offering to sell them new service plans.
Judge blocks automatic calls suspected of car warranty sales pitches
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