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Lost Numbers? Prank Calls? Scams? Try Cell Phone Registry

CellPhoneRegistry.org: CellPhoneRegistry.org: Reverse Cell Phone Searches: Welcome to the National Registry of Cellular Numbers (NRCN), the leading provider of online phone searches. Our powerful tool searches multiple databases of Landline, Mobile and Unlisted Phone Numbers to bring you the most up-to-date and accurate data.
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Cell Phone Registry.com is a service that assists consumers with locating a cell phone or landline number, tracing calls, and to protect themselves from phone call scams. Read more about what cell phone registry can do to help you.
There are so many reasons why consumers may want to look up a cell phone number. Let’s start with a simple but common reason like when you find a cell phone number you or someone else has written down and you can’t for the life of you remember whom the number belongs to. Calling the number to see who answers is risky.
But there are many more serious reasons to know who is calling you. From prank calls, to stalkers to scammers, there are times when you need to know who is calling you. As identity theft continues to claim the title of the fastest growing crime, consumers need tools to protect themselves.

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SpoofCard Becomes “Untraceable”: SpoofCard and “Caller ID Spoofing” explained

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The Good, Bad and Ugly about Spoofcard, a software system that makes not only caller id obsolete, but also makes all your phone calls suspect to pranks and identity theft. Untraceable, a movie starring Diane Lane, shows exactly how far this system may go in adding the commission of crimes and protecting criminals from prosecution from identity theft — and in the movie’s case, from murder. It may not be all bad, read more to see why and make your own judgment call.

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