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We categorise calls by type (debt collection, serious number, sweepstakes, etc.) and give the number in question a tellows score, which indicates whether a number is trustworthy or suspicious, helping you to decide whether or not to take the call.
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We've all had to deal with the same thing.
Who is calling? Does this question ring a bell? It probably rings dozens of bells one by one all day long. Not only do unsolicited phone calls incorporate telemarketers and surveys, both of which have, despite their annoying nature, some sort of legitimacy, but also entertain various scam and spam calls who solely aim at squeazing profit from someone's misery. ir.tellows.net aims at the negation of the fraudsters most effectiv advantage – the people's ignorance. Through the accumulation of information on spam and scam phone numbers, tellows has commited itself to establish a vast database providing the above mentioned information on dubious and dangerous phone numbers for free. Therewith, our users a able to identify the call's nature before answering the phone. In addition, an approximate location of the call's origin is displayed.
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Where does the information on telephone numbers come from?
Unfortunately, the details on spam and scam number do not entertain the habit of growing on trees. Therefore, tellows needs you!!!. Share your knowledge with the tellows community by publishing comments on dubious numbers and rating them on a scale from 1 (safe) to 9 (extremely dangerous). From this input the tellows-score is generated via a complex algorithm in order to show the user whether the caller is trustworthy or not. Your willingness to share knowledge and, therewith, your participation in the battle against fraudulant entrepreneurs will be a vital component to effectively warn your fellow countrymen of potential dangers to the their purses.