by SAVION BEBO and STEPHEN SCHMIDT
Picture this: you’re in class your phone rings. You look at the call but you don’t recognize the number. Later that day you call the number just to find out it is a spam call. Not only is it a waste of time, but they also waste minutes on people’s phones that still have a plan with minutes.
The calls overall are just a way to get money out of the hard earning Americans. Not only does that annoy people, but knowing that someone has your personal number in the first place, whether it be sold to them from another source or found, gives a feeling of unease. Not only are phone scams morally wrong, they are also a waste of everyone’s time.