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800 Phone Number Keeps Calling Me

The “800 Service” and “Unavailable Number” Calls Me All the Time

There’s a number that keeps calling our phone and the caller ID just says “800 Service” or “Unavailable Number.” When we pick it up, there is nobody there. I was wondering how to block these calls. Some people think this is an automated call service or phone marketers or something. Others think it’s a scam.

annoying-phone-callHere is what I found out along with some tips to get the 800 phone number to stop calling you:

  • If someone does answer (sometimes you have to wait), nicely ask to be taken off the call list and they will have to do that.
  • Try to call the number back and see if you can get removed.
  • Block the number with your phone (iPhone). Click on the “i” (info) for the call and then scroll down and block that number.
  • If your phone can’t block numbers, then create a new contact called “Spam” and then keep adding numbers to that contact. With that contact, set a ringtone that has no noise or turn off the ringers and alerts for that call.
  • If you have a residential phone number, then register to get your phone number off of telemarketing lists by going to www.donotcall.gov (or call 1-888-382-1222) – the National Do Not Call Registry.
  • You can get something called the TeleZapper™ which is a caller ID blocker that will block these kinds of calls so that you don’t even have to answer them anymore.
  • Get another call screening or call blocking service. Check with your telephone service provider.
  • Many of these new Internet phone services (think Vonage) offer some online phone management tools. Check to see if they have the option to block certain phone numbers.
  • Just don’t answer an 800 phone number.

Video About Stopping Harassing Calls

Here’s a video explaining how to deal with spam phone calls.

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Comments

    • Hate Scammers
    • November 22, 2016

    It is USELESS to ask them to remove your phone number. They will NOT do it. Only honest companies will remove the number. Scammers now know it is a valid phone number and will let the other scammers that sell them the phone number list know it is a live phone.

    • anne adams
    • July 31, 2018

    get “NOMOROBO”. put this on my phone (ground line) they still call but only 1 ring and it zaps em.

    • Sourcerer
    • July 31, 2018

    Anne, thanks for the suggestion of Nomorobo to stop robo phone calls. It looks pretty good. I’m going to try it myself. One I’ve been using to help identify spam calls is Hiya but Nomorobo looks even better!

    • Jean James
    • October 3, 2018

    We have nomorobo, but still get unwanted calls every day- why isn’t this working?

    • Sourcerer
    • October 3, 2018

    Some apps may work better than others but I’m none of them work 100%.

    • jOHN m
    • November 28, 2018

    iF ANY ONE KNOWS THE ACTUAL LOCATION OF THE 800 SERVICE, LET ME KNOW AND WE WILL HAVE AN INTERESTIUNG DISCUSSION “LIVE.”

    • SDB
    • November 7, 2019

    I’m so glad ‘do not call’ works. Being listed on it since it’s beginning means I only get 8 to 15 not wanted calls per day. They even call on Sunday afternoon. The ‘800 service’ uses so many different numbers to call from it is impossible to list all of them and that’s just the beginning of unwanted calls.

    • SMR
    • November 18, 2019

    I get at least 4 of those 800 numbers calling every day, sometimes more. I was thinking of recording the old fax machine sound (the loud beep) and playing that when I answer the 800 phone call, since it is a computer doing the calling.

    • Donna
    • December 21, 2019

    I now waqit until a real person is on the line and blow a whistle into the phone. Figure that they are annoying me – I will annoy them. Just hope they have a very sore ear.

    • Donna
    • January 16, 2020

    These calls and others will never stop. Bought myself a whistle and blow it into there ears and say hope this annoys you as much as you annoy me.

    • Jo Ann Clarke
    • February 6, 2020

    I wish there were a way to find out the company names and all work together to blacklist & boycott companies that ignore the DNC Registry. Or to go together and sue them/make sure they pay for their sins. The frustrating thing is that the caller ID numbers are rarely real – which should actually be a crime in and of itself. Anybody got any ideas? The 20 or so calls I get a day drive me crazy; I’m actually thinking of getting rid of my cell phone because I get dozens of calls from someone speaking in Spanish. I speak it well enough to ask them to stop calling; they don’t. If I ask for the company name, they pretend not to understand me; if I ask for a phone number where I can call them (pretending to be interested), they say their system doesn’t allow that!

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