|Re: Caution: Unidentified Callers - VoIP|
|Paul Robinson (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
Fri, 08 Sep 2006 23:13:39 -0400
On 7/19/2006, DLR wrote:|
> To change the direction of this thread a bit I got a call yesterday on
> Now to be honest it looks a bit bogus to me. 1234 and all.
> Anyone in the 303 area care to try and call it locally and see what it is?
It is not the 1234 at the end that is suspicious, it is the '303-720'
303 and 720 are overlay area codes for the same place, the Denver
I live in Northern Virginia, which has both 703 and 571. Nearby is
Basically anyone that has their own PBX can program the caller-id
This can be done with some VOIP providers as well, depending on how
Further, as has probably been mentioned here, you can purchase a
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