AntiCall is a user created reverse phone directory where you can:
- Lookup reverse phone numbers to find out who is calling you.
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Guy with Indian accent, offering Dish Service for 4 televisions and 2 dvrs, for $44.00 a month forever. I listened to the pitch and he has called back at least 10 times, he's calling me now, 11, times. Offer seems to good to be true. Other numbers showing up:6465069407,9194250334
this is only the second time he called me but...he chose to call my cell at 2 in the morning... sadly i had it on loud...and it woke up my whole house...o...and i think it is funny that this website exists :)
the last few days i've started getting calls from this number and they never leave a message and i've ignored the call once already...this is a fairly new cell number for me so i'm not sure how where or why they keep calling me.
Got a call yesterday, didn't answer and they didn't leave a message on my cell
I always get some Indian guy. I told him I'd punch him in his skull if he calls again. I will definitely hear from him tomorrow.
I received a call from you this offering me medical insurance. I told them to remove my number from their call list. Hopefully they will.
My call came at 4:45 a.m. on my cell.  By the time it woke me up, it went to voice mail, with no message.
I keep getting calls from 6100000000.  Is there a way to stop this?
probably the "Who owns this Number" service...autodialing weird numbers multiple times to get people upset enough to pay for their service
I just rec'd two calls from this number on my cell. The first one I answered, no one was there. The second one I clicked ignore.
I didn't answer it
Someone from this number called after 10 pm the other night.  I did not answer, noting the strange number - have no idea who it is, but figured it was a telemarketer...
In our area it seems that Alltel is routing their cell numbers through all sorts of things that show up on the caller ID: 210, TSI, NEW YORK, CALIFORNIA, ETC.  Often times it is people you know, but it shows up wierd.
I got a call on 610-000-0000  and it was a friend.  He said he was in Las Vegas but the number 610 is in PA.  Could it have been a cell phone or something?
I talked to the telemarketer from 610-000-0000.  It was the peace officer scam. Send us money so we can help the families of officers killed in the line of duty. Guy sounded like he was 25 to 35 years old...kind of old for a male telemarketer!
My ex girlfriend sometimes calls me using a voip service or AOL IM or something similar.  It shows up with this number.  I think that Skype for example shows up as 123-456-7890 or something similar no matter who is calling.  So I don't think it's the same person calling but someone using some VOIP service.
I've tried answering when the number shows up on caller ID, but I get no response and eventually the caller (auto-dialer, I presume) hangs up. I still get two calls a day from this number, but since I'm not home it doesn't bother me. However, I am curious about the laws about sending a fake caller ID. I think it's illegal and I'm going to pursue the matter to find out and let the feds handle whoever this is.
This number calls 2-3 times a day.  I does not go to the answering machine.  VERY ANNOYING!!  How can we stop these unwanted calls?  I AM registered with the No Call registry.
This number has called 3 times today.  They don't leave a message and I have yet to answer the phone when this number comes up.  We are also registered with the No Call registry, but I'm thinking that the registry is a load of bull.
This number has called me 3 times today and 4 times yesterday..who is it??

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