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Government sues alleged robocallers — here’s how to deal with those annoying calls

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The Federal Trade Commission is now suing some of the biggest, suspected robocall kingpins believed to be responsible for billions of unwanted calls. NBC’s Tom Costello reports on how scammers are trying to trick you and shares tips on what to do if a potential scammer is calling.