Would you pay to get revenge on spam callers?

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – If you're done with spam calls or robocalls wasting your time, there are two ways you can block those calls and get revenge. 

One website, isaiddontcall.me, says it will record the fake phone numbers and call them back -- up to 26 times per second or 2 million times per day -- free of charge.

In the event someone actually answers, that person will get a strong "Do not call back" message.

All you have to do is enter your phone number, as well as your email address, and agree to the terms and conditions.

If the number checks out to be a scam, you'll click "Request for Scam Number!," fill out one more page and start the scamming the scammers.

There's also a mobile app called Robo Killer, which allows you to do the same.

It offers a free seven-day trial. After that, it's $2.99 per month.

Here's how it works: If you receive a robocall, the app will actually answer for you and play a long pre-recorded message to keep the caller from bothering you.

The Robo Killer app will block more than 107,000 fake numbers, and is adding thousands more daily.

Robo Killer says app users have reported seeing a 90 percent reduction in the number of spam calls they receive.