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  1. #1
    Networking Guy
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    A friend of mine is delinquent with CC's, etc. He told me the other day that
    Discover Card left a msg on his Nextel voice mail. I asked him if he gave
    them his cell # and he said no.

    Is it possible for them or anyone else to look up #'s like that?

    Thanks!





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  2. #2
    Scott
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    Re: Can CC Companies and others lookup cellular subscriber phone #'s?

    Has your friend ever called them on his Nextel? If so that is how they got
    the number. One of the features of having an 800 number is that the holder
    of the 800 number gets the calling part's data. For example, when I call
    Fedex (800-GO-FEDEX) with my calling number blocked, then answer and know
    it's me, eventhough my number is blocked (*67).

    Hence, when using a mobile to call a creditor, always use their non-toll
    free number and block your caller ID. Then again I guess the best answer is
    pay your bill, I'm still trying to figure out hoe to do that

    "Networking Guy" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >
    > A friend of mine is delinquent with CC's, etc. He told me the other day

    that
    > Discover Card left a msg on his Nextel voice mail. I asked him if he gave
    > them his cell # and he said no.
    >
    > Is it possible for them or anyone else to look up #'s like that?
    >
    > Thanks!
    >
    >






  3. #3
    Networking Guy
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    Re: Can CC Companies and others lookup cellular subscriber phone #'s?

    In news:[email protected],
    Scott <[email protected],com> posted their thoughts, then I offered mine
    > Has your friend ever called them on his Nextel? If so that is how
    > they got the number. One of the features of having an 800 number is
    > that the holder of the 800 number gets the calling part's data. For
    > example, when I call Fedex (800-GO-FEDEX) with my calling number
    > blocked, then answer and know it's me, eventhough my number is
    > blocked (*67).
    >
    > Hence, when using a mobile to call a creditor, always use their
    > non-toll free number and block your caller ID. Then again I guess
    > the best answer is pay your bill, I'm still trying to figure out hoe
    > to do that
    >


    I agree there, can't figure out how to pay them! LOL

    Thanks for the info Scott, and sorry I responded so late.








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