Telcoline Needs to be reshaped and audited

I’m currently engaged in a significant project, one with the potential to greatly benefit all of us in a positive way. This endeavour is dedicated to our community and, most importantly, to the victims who have suffered due to scams. It’s worth noting that Jim B, a familiar figure from the show “Marketplace,” has a track record of exposing scammers, aligning perfectly with the mission of the show.

In fact, “Marketplace” has a history of delving deep into the world of scams, even going so far as to send reporters to investigate Telcoline. As I compose this letter for assistance, I want to emphasize that we’re also collaborating with other influential media outlets that have a proven track record of making an impact.

For instance, “Marketplace” has previously ventured into illegal call centers and played a crucial role in the apprehension of Canadian mules involved in such operations. This collaboration has the potential to bring about significant change and hold wrongdoers accountable for their actions.


This is my letter to Market Place

Dear Market Place,

Allow me to introduce myself. I am deeply committed to combating
fraud within the telecommunications industry, extending my
expertise not only to U.S. telecoms but also to those in Canada.
Over the past five years, I have dedicated myself to this
important work, and it has become increasingly evident that the
challenges posed by scams require collaborative solutions.

My involvement has led to the creation of My Team, a
recognized entity within the telecommunications sector. My Team
is renowned for its proactive stance against scams,
primarily through diligent reporting efforts. Many phone companies
are already familiar with our initiatives and our ongoing efforts
to combat fraudulent activities.

However, the landscape of telecommunications fraud is constantly
evolving, necessitating increased cooperation and resources to
effectively address these issues. In this context, I believe that
the time has come to seek additional support and partnerships to
bolster our collective efforts in the fight against scams.

Scams have reached epidemic proportions, affecting people from
all walks of life, and causing severe financial and emotional
distress. Our group has been tirelessly working to raise awareness
about these fraudulent activities, educate the public on
recognizing scams, and offer support to victims. However, our
efforts are consistently undermined by the challenges posed by
certain phone companies.

One of the primary issues we face is the difficulty in stopping
scam calls and texts at their source. Many scammers operate with
anonymity, using disposable phone numbers, VoIP services, or even
hijacking legitimate phone numbers to conduct their illicit
activities. This makes it incredibly challenging for us to
identify and report them effectively.

Furthermore, scammers frequently exploit the infrastructure
provided by phone companies to conduct their scams. These
companies, while aware of the problem, have not implemented
sufficient measures to prevent or block these fraudulent calls and
messages. This lack of action only serves to embolden scammers and
exacerbate the issue.

While we acknowledge the inherent challenges and constraints faced
by phone companies, we earnestly request a more proactive approach
to address this pressing issue. Implementing cutting-edge call
filtering and identification technologies, fostering collaboration
with law enforcement agencies, and actively sharing information
regarding known scam phone numbers could prove instrumental in
substantially diminishing the prevalence of scams.

Additionally, we request that phone companies allocate more
resources to support anti-scam initiatives and work closely with
organizations like ours to develop effective strategies for
countering scams. Together, we can create a safer and more secure
telecommunications environment for all.

The consequences of inaction are severe. Scammers continue to
exploit vulnerable individuals, causing not only financial harm
but also eroding trust in telecommunications services. It is our
collective responsibility to protect our communities and restore
that trust.

We would greatly appreciate the opportunity to discuss these
concerns further and explore potential collaborations. By working
together, we can make a meaningful impact in the fight against
scams and provide a safer communication environment for everyone.

Thank you for your attention to this critical matter. We look
forward to your response and hope for a positive and constructive
dialogue. We need to do another show on these bad telecoms
allowing calls to flow into Canada and America.

Blah Blah Blah


Excuse me, but wasn’t Jim Browning featured on that program?