Saturday, April 25, 2009

Ring-a-ding - too bad it's not a diamond.

It happens without fail. You've sat down for dinner and the telephone rings. You don't recognize the caller ID, so you opt not to answer it. But, dinner is already getting COLD and you're a little PISSED.


You've been entering sweepstakes for six months now and today you went out to get your mani/pedi. You come home and find a BUNCH of caller ID's on your phone and there are 3 that you don't recognize. Could it have been a judging agency calling to let you know that you just won?

How DO you find out who it is on the other end of the phone without answering and having to listen to a long winded pitch? You can go to ~ is a free service to help consumers identify unknown callers and stop unwanted telephone calls.

1. Enter the telephone number that came up on your caller ID in the search box.

2. Any information about who is calling and how to get them to stop will be displayed.

3. Leave a detailed comment about who called you.

4. Create a free account and receive updates about callers you've commented on.

April 6th, 2009 - 150,000 FCC Do Not Call Complaints Added. becomes the first website to publish FCC complaints online. Read More.

So, sit back, relax and eat that wonderful soufflé that cook made (yes, she's back from vacation with a gorgeous tan) and stop worrying about who's on the other end of the line.


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Beth said...

This has been bookmarked! It will be interesting to see who is calling me.

Zippy said...

I know, too bad there's no way to trace those "unknown" callers. I get torn between not being wanting to be bothered during dinner and wondering if it's an important call.

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