TrapCall Reveals Who's Behind Blocked Calls

Free service TrapCall reveals caller ID information from blocked calls, unmasking numbers of blocked calls from telemarketers and prank callers with virtually no extra effort on your part. TrapCall works like this: When you reject or miss a call, your phone forwards those calls to TrapCall's

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    Star TrapCall Reveals Who's Behind Blocked Calls

    Free service TrapCall reveals caller ID information from blocked calls, unmasking numbers of blocked calls from telemarketers and prank callers with virtually no extra effort on your part.

    TrapCall works like this: When you reject or miss a call, your phone forwards those calls to TrapCall's toll free number (you have to follow TrapCall's setup guide to do this). Once sent to TrapCall, the service works its magic on the missed call and then re-routes the call back to you, this time with the caller ID unblocked. If you reject the call a second time, it'll go straight to your normal voicemail. On the caller's end, all they hear during this whole process is ringing.

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    Default Re: TrapCall Reveals Who's Behind Blocked Calls

    I figure if they block their number, it's not a freind, family, or anyone I want to talk to anyway. If this routes it back to my voice mail anyway, why not let it go there the first time.

    I do not see the advantage of this service. Am I missing something?
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    Default Re: TrapCall Reveals Who's Behind Blocked Calls

    From the comments I read, it appears to only be for cell phone use(and only certain services, seems Sprint and Alltel and some others aren't covered). What I have also gathered from the comments, you can just buy another service from the same company to throw off the unblock by having a random number come up on the receiver's end so they don't know it's you anyway. If I don't recognize a number, I just let it go to voicemail. If they want me that badly, they'll leave a message.

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    Default Re: TrapCall Reveals Who's Behind Blocked Calls

    Quote Originally Posted by justicemsb View Post
    From the comments I read, it appears to only be for cell phone use(and only certain services, seems Sprint and Alltel and some others aren't covered). What I have also gathered from the comments, you can just buy another service from the same company to throw off the unblock by having a random number come up on the receiver's end so they don't know it's you anyway. If I don't recognize a number, I just let it go to voicemail. If they want me that badly, they'll leave a message.
    i second that! thanks for saying it before me.
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    Default Re: TrapCall Reveals Who's Behind Blocked Calls

    As I was reading Freebie Queen's post, I was thinking ...
    I get that free from my phone company for my landline.
    When a call like that comes through, the phone co. zaps it back with a message to unblock their number, that I don't accept anonymous/blocked calls. My phone doesn't even ring. :>))

    As I read down the thread, yah it could be useful for cell phones, but then again yah...what use is it if it still goes to voice mail, and you are still being annoyed with the rings. I don't know if I would trust this type of service. But that's just me.

 

 

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