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How many times have we not picked up a phone call because the number didn’t show up on the display? I decline the call, send it to voicemail and the caller never leaves a message.

Or let’s say you get tons of calls from bill collectors. How do you stop them from calling? How do you stop them from making them call and having “Private Call” show up on your phone?

Now there is a way to find out the real number of the person that called you.  I don’t like getting phone calls from people who hide or mask their real phone identity.

CHECK THIS OUT NOW!!

You can now find out who called you.

You can blacklist or block that person from ever calling you again. (This is awesome if you have bill collectors calling you.)

You can record the caller while you call them out why they are calling you with an unknown  number showing up.

 

 

3 thoughts on “Find Out Private or Masked Phone Numbers

  1. Maesana Josephine says:

    Hi i got a call from private and its scary,so i would like to find who the person is.thank you

  2. stan says:

    CAN YOU FIND OUT A PRIVATE CALL ON A LAND LINE? (GETTNG CALLS IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT)

    1. Private Number Finder says:

      Stan thanks for the question. We started out with landlines and discontinued the service. You can block private or unknown callers on a land line but it’s more difficult to find out the real identity of the caller. Below are some tips to block these calls for land lines. If you have caller id service on your land line, you may already have call rejection service.

      Enable Anonymous Call Rejection. Anonymous Call Rejection will block calls that do not show a number when they call. This service is typically free when you have Caller ID enabled on your line. Anonymous callers will be instructed to call back with an unmasked number when calling.

      If you have Anonymous Call Rejection for your line, you can enable it by dialing *77. It can be disabled by dialing *87.[3]
      If you cannot enable Anonymous Call Rejection, contact your service provider. You may need to pay a fee to add Caller ID to your service.

      Check this out for more information http://www.wikihow.com/Block-Unknown-Callers

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