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Monday, October 6, 2008

Who called?

Your cell phone has a caller ID. Your land line may have as well. But that doesn't stop pranksters from bothering you, does it? I should know, some people are crazy enough to leave disturbing messages on my office voicemail. And if I happen to be around during the call, I'd either get pretty pissed or weirdly amused. Pranksters aren't right up there. They get a certain kind of kick when they get people scared or surprised. And the anonymity that the telephone affords boosts their confidence. The best thing to do with these people is to confront them on their own game. Let them know that the veil of anonymity is no longer available for them. LookupByPhone.com can very much help you with that.

LookupByPhone.com offers reverse phone lookup service for numbers from United States and Canada. You can search for the owner's name and addresses and trace those harassing or annoying calls. The service is not only limited to land line numbers but is extended to cell phone numbers as well. Additionally, the lookups are 100% confidential and the owner of the number you've looked up will not even know it.

Of course, with this kind of service available to you, you're not only protected from pranksters, but also from annoying calls and harassing telemarketers.


eugene October 6, 2008 at 1:14 PM  

in malaysia, we dont just get prankster we can receive from con artist as well, scammers of that sort,,,

hey wishing you good week ahead

Suzie October 6, 2008 at 10:45 PM  

For awhile I kept getting these wrong number calls for Cheryl. The phone calls got me upset because Cheryl had such an exciting life and mine was kind of well boring. She was arrested one night and met a man in JAIL? Amazing. I sort of miss those calls now that they've stopped.


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