Community against telemarketers and unwanted calls.

Reverse phone lookup:

Search our database which contains over 3 billion phone numbers within NANP and find out who called you. Leave a comment to help identify unwanted or unsolicitied callers.

Example: (555)555-4444

Latest comments:

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Anonymus:

A suit has been filed against you and you must contact county to file appropriate paperwork. Gives Pennsylvania number (unsafe caller) to call back

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Frank:

Called dozens of times. I hate those bastards.

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Chalice:

Mentally ill woman who stalks and harasses people online and in person.

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Judith:

This woman is an aggressive internet stalker with mental illness.

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Anonymus:

Craigslist scammer. Emailed and texted and claimed to be out of town and wanted to pay with "payers check."

How to stop unwanted calls:

Sumbit your phone number to Do Not Call Registry

This registry contains telephone numbers and the owners of those numbers that refuse to receive unsolicited calls from telemarketers. You can register your telephone number online at: www.donotcall.gov for United States and at: www.lnnte-dncl.gc.ca for Canada.

Request from specific company to be put on its Do Not Call list

If you are routinely receiving calls from the same company, you can request from telemarketer to remove your name and number from their calling list. Once the request is made the Federal Communications Commission requires that your number should be removed from the requested company's calling list for the period of 5 years.

Get a call blocking application for your mobile phone

You can block unknown calls using one of many call blocking apps on Android or IOS. These applications can block all incoming calls from hidden numbers and also you can put any phone number on the black list and the call from such number will never go trough. Some example call blocking apps you can find here.

Get a call trapping service

Call trapping services are usually paid services that force the caller to show the number from which they are calling. The most popular call trapping service in the United States is a TrapCall.