What are you using to call scammers?

Choose a good one with a good reputation, read the privacy policy carefully and you are safe.

Any serious online company will not allow to disclose your personal information unless a court orders it. But to get there you must have done something serious, because it’s a very time consuming, complex and resource intensive procedure. There is also no international collaboration between most of these countries so if there is a legal injunction it goes straight through a black hole.

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Just to mention it in case some folks are not aware, some VOIP providers allow you to login to your VOIP account and click to hide your Caller ID on outgoing calls. Of course you can click when you stop scambaiting/scamharassing to show again your phone number.

I have Google Fiber as my VOIP phone and Internet provider. I did not realize this was possible until I logged into my VOIP Google Fiber Phone account online and saw that I could do it. When I cllick to hide my Caller ID on outgoing calls, my phone number does not show on the receiver’s Caller ID but instead “Unknown Number” shows on the Caller ID of the scammer.

So if any of you have a VOIP phone number, you might login to your VOIP account online and see if your provider offers you this option.

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Doesn’t affect me. Have one of the most advanced setups.

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What’s your set up?

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Thank you!

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This is what I use to call scammers…

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Running your own system really is 2nd to none. The more one learns about how things actually work, the more they know where to poke at the scammers network :slight_smile:

I use Google Voice and I unlinked my real phone number from my Google Voice number as soon as I signed up. Also, my Google Voice account is under [email protected] which is my fake email address. I also have a Google Doc that I made where I have all of Lizzie’s information written down. I would copy this and write down some fake facts for an online persona. Because remember to never give out any personal information Oh, and when you add the address make sure that the house number you add for the street is not on that street so nobody has to deal with a scammer. For example, on Irving Road all the house numbers have three digits, so I would make this one up: 3802 Irving Road

Personal Info
Name: Lizzie Wells
Email: [email protected]
Phone Number: (xxx) xxx - xxxx
Birthday: Month, DD, YYYY
Age: make sure the age matches the bday
Race: White/Black/Hispanic/etc.
Address: [house number] [street name] [city], [country] [zip]

Family
Household Size: 1, 2, 3, etc.
list any family members here

Finance
Household Income: XX,000
Student Debt: XX,000
Job:
Education: Highschool Diploma, Associate’s Degree, Bachelor’s Degree, etc.
and make sure that the job matches the education background to make it sound legit

Other Odd Facts
Religion: Christian/Islam/Athiest/etc.
Cars: one truck, one car/one car/no cars/etc.
Hobbies: writing, go-carting/etc.

and all of the above is fake REMEMBER
no personal information

And if you want you can write down some ready-made fake ID numbers for remote access:
Team Viewer: 682014327
Anydesk: 456310588
Ultra Viewer: 289375012
nine digits long remember

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Thank you!

I use my dialer
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Ooh nice Microsip. I also use that for when I am not using TextNow or can’t.

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A network, as I’m partners with that supports all my phone lines.

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Looks good