Solved Tell me how to place nontraceable phone call

June 4, 2011 at 04:41:33
Specs: Windows 7
I am interested in knowing if there is a way to make a phonecall that is nontraceable by any means. Phone calls to anywhere in the USA or overseas. Thank you so much for intelligent and knowledgeable replies.

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#1
June 4, 2011 at 05:13:29
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I am interested in knowing if there is a way to make a phonecall that is nontraceable by any means.

No way, the common comunication carrier can always log informations of your calls.

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#2
June 4, 2011 at 07:41:57
The recipient might not know, but if they wanted to they could find out from the provider. Even a VoIP call which is a little more difficult can still be traced.

Why would you want to do that. That is usually what spammers and scammers try to do. You would be surprised at how many free holidays in Florida I have won this year when what are actually selling is airline tickets.

Stuart


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#3
June 4, 2011 at 16:37:13
Sounds like a telemarketer's scam. Why would you want to do this?

"Channeling the spirit of jboy..."


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#4
June 5, 2011 at 03:09:37
To the two who replied why would I want to do this (place nontraceable calls): your answers were not helpful at all. Can't anyone have any privacy on the internet anymore? Maybe I would like to make a phonecall to someone that I met; they gave me their phone number and I might be curious to chat and hear their voice. It happens once in a bluemoon. I don't think that there is a way. Thanks guys, keep your paranoia to yourself please. I hate spammers too btw. I am still open to Intelligent solutions. Thank you :)

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#5
June 5, 2011 at 03:16:41
Hello; thank you for your reply re: placing nontraceable call. It was the best out of three so far. Isn't there a way I could use a proxy to place a call? So even if the common communications carrier had the number it wouldn't be traceable to me? Thank you for your time if you decide to respond.

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#6
June 5, 2011 at 03:40:36
If you met someone that trusted you and like you enough to give them their phone number, wouldn't that trust be reciprocated. Making antonymous phone calls to someone you have met seems a little devious to me. In those circumstances there are ways to hide you identity from the recipient of the call, but it is still traceable.

If you thought they answers were unhelpful, they were meant to be. The prisons are full of spammers, spammers and other low life thought thought they had anonymity. It was the non traceable by any means that gave the games away.

Stuart


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#7
June 5, 2011 at 07:08:07
Hi Stuart: I understand what you are trying to say. However, you don't know the whole story and it is no one's business anyway. Maybe he is the one being 'devious'; i.e., giving me his phone number in an effort to find out more information about me. I don't want to talk to you anymore. It is a waste of my time. Bye.

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#8
June 5, 2011 at 07:43:42
Bye!

Stuart


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#9
June 5, 2011 at 23:48:09
Vanessa: you may be all that you claim; you may be a spammer; you may be a stalker; you may be a bunny-boiler. How can anyone tell from an anonymous post on a forum? If there was a way to do what you want it would be highly irresponsible of anyone to give that information to a stranger.

Stuart is right. Such questions (along with "I've lost my password") can only be treated with suspicion.


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#10
June 6, 2011 at 04:16:15
Buuny-boiler?

Never heard of one of them before. Is that for making rabbit stew?

Stuart


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#11
June 6, 2011 at 05:48:26
Hello ijack: Many of my friends have the same concerns. It was an honest question about a technical issue. There is not much trust out there I see. Paranoia and mean-spirited people who just look for the bad. Do not respond to me. Bunny boiler?? haha.

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#12
June 6, 2011 at 08:34:10
@StuartS - Fatal Attraction.

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#13
June 6, 2011 at 08:35:35
@vanessa7777 - "Paranoia and mean-spirited people". What a good description of someone who wants to make anonymous phone calls!

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#14
June 6, 2011 at 08:57:56
One call ijack. You can't even read. And you can't follow directions, i.e, I asked you not to respond.

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#15
June 6, 2011 at 09:30:42
@StuartS - Fatal Attraction.

Ah! All is clear.

Stuart


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#16
June 6, 2011 at 10:53:42
vanessa7777 you can not make a untraceable phone call from...
a lan line
a cell phone
a phone booth [if you can still find one]

If you can be traced in those why would you think its different on the internet?

You mention the call not being traced back to you. Do you understand you can always be traced back to your wan ip? But even given that it would take a sobpoena to your ISP before you were matched to your wan ip.

Your concern is unfounded.

Being on facebook or other same type web page puts you more at risk than a phone call by any means.

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#17
June 6, 2011 at 11:43:12
@vanessa7777 - You can ask what you wish, but that doesn't mean that I have to take any notice. ;-)

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#18
June 6, 2011 at 11:46:04
But even given that it would take a subpoena to your ISP before you were matched to your wan ip.

That's not so difficult either. There was a recent case in the UK where someone was was making slanderous statement on Twitter when he thought he was anonymous. He was a Councillor on the local authority making libellous remarks about other councillors. In order to find out who it was making these statements the Council, a British Council mind you, instituted an action in the Supreme Court of California, The court ordered Twitter to produce all the information they had on this individual.

Her is now looking at defending an action for libel when he thought he could not be traced. Either that he he was being very stupid. |It is all a matter of how much time and money you wish to put into it. Given enough time and enough money, anything is possible.

Stuart


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