How to Remove Scam Likely: A Step-by-Step Guide

Are you tired of receiving calls from Scam Likely? Wondering why you’re getting these calls and how to block them? Look no further, as we bring you a step-by-step guide to removing Scam Likely for good.

So first of all, let’s talk about Scam Likely. Your iPhone displays this message when your wireless carrier has set up a new feature known as scam ID or scam lock that automatically flags nefarious callers. This software was created by privacy star and is being used by T-Mobile, Sprint, AT&T, and most recently MetroPCS.

In a perfect situation, we’d love to show you what Scam Likely looks like. Well, would you look at that? We just received a call from Scam Likely. When you get calls from Scam Likely and you miss them, they’ll still show up in your recents tab and the phone app as Scam Likely. Don’t be surprised if you see that there.

If you want to block calls from Scam Likely for good, it’s pretty easy. However, you can only do it if T-Mobile is your wireless carrier. Open the phone app and then open up the keypad. Dial #662# and then dial that number. You’ll get an audio prompt. Fill that out, and then Scam Likely calls will be blocked for good.

That’s it! Thank you for reading. We hope you found this guide helpful. Scam Likely can be a nuisance, but now you know how to block it if T-Mobile is your wireless carrier.