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  1. #1
    Lane Meyer
    Guest
    ive been getting all kinda calls from people askin for like "raheim" and
    "tamika" and ****. and i tell em wrong number. the other day some laddy
    called me and said "did u just call here" and i said "no, i havent used my
    phone all day" and she said "well your number is right here on my caller
    id" and i told her "noone has used my phone blah blahh blah" and she said
    "well do u know karen or sarah or tamika" and i told her no.

    im thinking maybe someone has my number on another phone. is that even
    still possible? i remember back when i had my OLD OLD motorola startac i
    had it cloned by someone and they ran my bill up to like $1,300.00

    whats the deal?




    See More: can they still clone phones?? seriously i may have a problem here




  2. #2
    The Watcher
    Guest

    Re: can they still clone phones?? seriously i may have a problem here

    I don't supposed you bothered to call your carrier? They all have Fraud
    Control departments that are much better suited to handle your problem then
    a bunch of well meaning but under equipped newsgroup readers. They can see
    every call that has been made on that number from when and even from what
    site as well as to who. Can your phone be cloned. Any phone can be cloned,
    with the right technology and $$. Is it likely, no. But it also would depend
    on your phone make and model and what system you are on, but you have failed
    to provide us with that info. Kinda like calling a car dealership and upon
    the Service Manager saying Hello, you say, "Hello, My car won't start, what
    is the problem?"




    "Lane Meyer" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > ive been getting all kinda calls from people askin for like "raheim" and
    > "tamika" and ****. and i tell em wrong number. the other day some laddy
    > called me and said "did u just call here" and i said "no, i havent used my
    > phone all day" and she said "well your number is right here on my caller
    > id" and i told her "noone has used my phone blah blahh blah" and she said
    > "well do u know karen or sarah or tamika" and i told her no.
    >
    > im thinking maybe someone has my number on another phone. is that even
    > still possible? i remember back when i had my OLD OLD motorola startac i
    > had it cloned by someone and they ran my bill up to like $1,300.00
    >
    > whats the deal?
    >






  3. #3
    The Watcher
    Guest

    Re: can they still clone phones?? seriously i may have a problem here

    I don't supposed you bothered to call your carrier? They all have Fraud
    Control departments that are much better suited to handle your problem then
    a bunch of well meaning but under equipped newsgroup readers. They can see
    every call that has been made on that number from when and even from what
    site as well as to who. Can your phone be cloned. Any phone can be cloned,
    with the right technology and $$. Is it likely, no. But it also would depend
    on your phone make and model and what system you are on, but you have failed
    to provide us with that info. Kinda like calling a car dealership and upon
    the Service Manager saying Hello, you say, "Hello, My car won't start, what
    is the problem?"




    "Lane Meyer" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > ive been getting all kinda calls from people askin for like "raheim" and
    > "tamika" and ****. and i tell em wrong number. the other day some laddy
    > called me and said "did u just call here" and i said "no, i havent used my
    > phone all day" and she said "well your number is right here on my caller
    > id" and i told her "noone has used my phone blah blahh blah" and she said
    > "well do u know karen or sarah or tamika" and i told her no.
    >
    > im thinking maybe someone has my number on another phone. is that even
    > still possible? i remember back when i had my OLD OLD motorola startac i
    > had it cloned by someone and they ran my bill up to like $1,300.00
    >
    > whats the deal?
    >






  4. #4
    Lane Meyer
    Guest

    Re: can they still clone phones?? seriously i may have a problem here

    sorry bout that. i was typing it lastminute before i had to go somewhere.
    anyway. i have an i90c using nextel in the delaware/philadelphia area. im
    going to call nextel on monday. plus thats another thing i dont like
    about nextel's bills.. they dont give you the listing of all the calls
    madde from your phone every month. every other service provider ive had
    always listed all the calls made/recieved and dates and times. but my
    first and second bill didnt. and im going to assume they dont do it at
    all on any bills.

    thanks.



    "The Watcher" <[email protected]> blabbed in
    news:[email protected]:

    > I don't supposed you bothered to call your carrier? They all have
    > Fraud Control departments that are much better suited to handle your
    > problem then a bunch of well meaning but under equipped newsgroup
    > readers. They can see every call that has been made on that number
    > from when and even from what site as well as to who. Can your phone be
    > cloned. Any phone can be cloned, with the right technology and $$. Is
    > it likely, no. But it also would depend on your phone make and model
    > and what system you are on, but you have failed to provide us with
    > that info. Kinda like calling a car dealership and upon the Service
    > Manager saying Hello, you say, "Hello, My car won't start, what is the
    > problem?"
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > "Lane Meyer" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >> ive been getting all kinda calls from people askin for like "raheim"
    >> and "tamika" and ****. and i tell em wrong number. the other day some
    >> laddy called me and said "did u just call here" and i said "no, i
    >> havent used my phone all day" and she said "well your number is right
    >> here on my caller id" and i told her "noone has used my phone blah
    >> blahh blah" and she said "well do u know karen or sarah or tamika"
    >> and i told her no.
    >>
    >> im thinking maybe someone has my number on another phone. is that
    >> even still possible? i remember back when i had my OLD OLD motorola
    >> startac i had it cloned by someone and they ran my bill up to like
    >> $1,300.00
    >>
    >> whats the deal?
    >>

    >
    >
    >





  5. #5
    Lane Meyer
    Guest

    Re: can they still clone phones?? seriously i may have a problem here

    sorry bout that. i was typing it lastminute before i had to go somewhere.
    anyway. i have an i90c using nextel in the delaware/philadelphia area. im
    going to call nextel on monday. plus thats another thing i dont like
    about nextel's bills.. they dont give you the listing of all the calls
    madde from your phone every month. every other service provider ive had
    always listed all the calls made/recieved and dates and times. but my
    first and second bill didnt. and im going to assume they dont do it at
    all on any bills.

    thanks.



    "The Watcher" <[email protected]> blabbed in
    news:[email protected]:

    > I don't supposed you bothered to call your carrier? They all have
    > Fraud Control departments that are much better suited to handle your
    > problem then a bunch of well meaning but under equipped newsgroup
    > readers. They can see every call that has been made on that number
    > from when and even from what site as well as to who. Can your phone be
    > cloned. Any phone can be cloned, with the right technology and $$. Is
    > it likely, no. But it also would depend on your phone make and model
    > and what system you are on, but you have failed to provide us with
    > that info. Kinda like calling a car dealership and upon the Service
    > Manager saying Hello, you say, "Hello, My car won't start, what is the
    > problem?"
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > "Lane Meyer" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >> ive been getting all kinda calls from people askin for like "raheim"
    >> and "tamika" and ****. and i tell em wrong number. the other day some
    >> laddy called me and said "did u just call here" and i said "no, i
    >> havent used my phone all day" and she said "well your number is right
    >> here on my caller id" and i told her "noone has used my phone blah
    >> blahh blah" and she said "well do u know karen or sarah or tamika"
    >> and i told her no.
    >>
    >> im thinking maybe someone has my number on another phone. is that
    >> even still possible? i remember back when i had my OLD OLD motorola
    >> startac i had it cloned by someone and they ran my bill up to like
    >> $1,300.00
    >>
    >> whats the deal?
    >>

    >
    >
    >





  6. #6
    t.britt
    Guest

    Re: can they still clone phones?? seriously i may have a problem here

    they do have detailed billing...........if you call them and pay an extra
    $0.50 per phone.


    > about nextel's bills.. they dont give you the listing of all the calls
    > madde from your phone every month. every other service provider ive had
    > always listed all the calls made/recieved and dates and times. but my
    > first and second bill didnt. and im going to assume they dont do it at
    > all on any bills.
    >
    > thanks.
    >
    >
    >
    > "The Watcher" <[email protected]> blabbed in
    > news:[email protected]:
    >
    > > I don't supposed you bothered to call your carrier? They all have
    > > Fraud Control departments that are much better suited to handle your
    > > problem then a bunch of well meaning but under equipped newsgroup
    > > readers. They can see every call that has been made on that number
    > > from when and even from what site as well as to who. Can your phone be
    > > cloned. Any phone can be cloned, with the right technology and $$. Is
    > > it likely, no. But it also would depend on your phone make and model
    > > and what system you are on, but you have failed to provide us with
    > > that info. Kinda like calling a car dealership and upon the Service
    > > Manager saying Hello, you say, "Hello, My car won't start, what is the
    > > problem?"
    > >
    > >
    > >
    > >
    > > "Lane Meyer" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > > news:[email protected]
    > >> ive been getting all kinda calls from people askin for like "raheim"
    > >> and "tamika" and ****. and i tell em wrong number. the other day some
    > >> laddy called me and said "did u just call here" and i said "no, i
    > >> havent used my phone all day" and she said "well your number is right
    > >> here on my caller id" and i told her "noone has used my phone blah
    > >> blahh blah" and she said "well do u know karen or sarah or tamika"
    > >> and i told her no.
    > >>
    > >> im thinking maybe someone has my number on another phone. is that
    > >> even still possible? i remember back when i had my OLD OLD motorola
    > >> startac i had it cloned by someone and they ran my bill up to like
    > >> $1,300.00
    > >>
    > >> whats the deal?
    > >>

    > >
    > >
    > >

    >






  7. #7
    t.britt
    Guest

    Re: can they still clone phones?? seriously i may have a problem here

    they do have detailed billing...........if you call them and pay an extra
    $0.50 per phone.


    > about nextel's bills.. they dont give you the listing of all the calls
    > madde from your phone every month. every other service provider ive had
    > always listed all the calls made/recieved and dates and times. but my
    > first and second bill didnt. and im going to assume they dont do it at
    > all on any bills.
    >
    > thanks.
    >
    >
    >
    > "The Watcher" <[email protected]> blabbed in
    > news:[email protected]:
    >
    > > I don't supposed you bothered to call your carrier? They all have
    > > Fraud Control departments that are much better suited to handle your
    > > problem then a bunch of well meaning but under equipped newsgroup
    > > readers. They can see every call that has been made on that number
    > > from when and even from what site as well as to who. Can your phone be
    > > cloned. Any phone can be cloned, with the right technology and $$. Is
    > > it likely, no. But it also would depend on your phone make and model
    > > and what system you are on, but you have failed to provide us with
    > > that info. Kinda like calling a car dealership and upon the Service
    > > Manager saying Hello, you say, "Hello, My car won't start, what is the
    > > problem?"
    > >
    > >
    > >
    > >
    > > "Lane Meyer" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > > news:[email protected]
    > >> ive been getting all kinda calls from people askin for like "raheim"
    > >> and "tamika" and ****. and i tell em wrong number. the other day some
    > >> laddy called me and said "did u just call here" and i said "no, i
    > >> havent used my phone all day" and she said "well your number is right
    > >> here on my caller id" and i told her "noone has used my phone blah
    > >> blahh blah" and she said "well do u know karen or sarah or tamika"
    > >> and i told her no.
    > >>
    > >> im thinking maybe someone has my number on another phone. is that
    > >> even still possible? i remember back when i had my OLD OLD motorola
    > >> startac i had it cloned by someone and they ran my bill up to like
    > >> $1,300.00
    > >>
    > >> whats the deal?
    > >>

    > >
    > >
    > >

    >






  8. #8
    Nextel CSR
    Guest

    Re: can they still clone phones?? seriously i may have a problem here

    That's $2.50 per phone, maximum os $10.00 per account.

    --
    Customer Service Rep.
    Nothern Call Center
    1-800-639-6111

    "t.britt" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]_s02...
    > they do have detailed billing...........if you call them and pay an extra
    > $0.50 per phone.
    >
    >
    > > about nextel's bills.. they dont give you the listing of all the calls
    > > madde from your phone every month. every other service provider ive had
    > > always listed all the calls made/recieved and dates and times. but my
    > > first and second bill didnt. and im going to assume they dont do it at
    > > all on any bills.
    > >
    > > thanks.
    > >
    > >
    > >
    > > "The Watcher" <[email protected]> blabbed in
    > > news:[email protected]:
    > >
    > > > I don't supposed you bothered to call your carrier? They all have
    > > > Fraud Control departments that are much better suited to handle your
    > > > problem then a bunch of well meaning but under equipped newsgroup
    > > > readers. They can see every call that has been made on that number
    > > > from when and even from what site as well as to who. Can your phone be
    > > > cloned. Any phone can be cloned, with the right technology and $$. Is
    > > > it likely, no. But it also would depend on your phone make and model
    > > > and what system you are on, but you have failed to provide us with
    > > > that info. Kinda like calling a car dealership and upon the Service
    > > > Manager saying Hello, you say, "Hello, My car won't start, what is the
    > > > problem?"
    > > >
    > > >
    > > >
    > > >
    > > > "Lane Meyer" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > > > news:[email protected]
    > > >> ive been getting all kinda calls from people askin for like "raheim"
    > > >> and "tamika" and ****. and i tell em wrong number. the other day some
    > > >> laddy called me and said "did u just call here" and i said "no, i
    > > >> havent used my phone all day" and she said "well your number is right
    > > >> here on my caller id" and i told her "noone has used my phone blah
    > > >> blahh blah" and she said "well do u know karen or sarah or tamika"
    > > >> and i told her no.
    > > >>
    > > >> im thinking maybe someone has my number on another phone. is that
    > > >> even still possible? i remember back when i had my OLD OLD motorola
    > > >> startac i had it cloned by someone and they ran my bill up to like
    > > >> $1,300.00
    > > >>
    > > >> whats the deal?
    > > >>
    > > >
    > > >
    > > >

    > >

    >
    >






  9. #9
    Nextel CSR
    Guest

    Re: can they still clone phones?? seriously i may have a problem here

    That's $2.50 per phone, maximum os $10.00 per account.

    --
    Customer Service Rep.
    Nothern Call Center
    1-800-639-6111

    "t.britt" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]_s02...
    > they do have detailed billing...........if you call them and pay an extra
    > $0.50 per phone.
    >
    >
    > > about nextel's bills.. they dont give you the listing of all the calls
    > > madde from your phone every month. every other service provider ive had
    > > always listed all the calls made/recieved and dates and times. but my
    > > first and second bill didnt. and im going to assume they dont do it at
    > > all on any bills.
    > >
    > > thanks.
    > >
    > >
    > >
    > > "The Watcher" <[email protected]> blabbed in
    > > news:[email protected]:
    > >
    > > > I don't supposed you bothered to call your carrier? They all have
    > > > Fraud Control departments that are much better suited to handle your
    > > > problem then a bunch of well meaning but under equipped newsgroup
    > > > readers. They can see every call that has been made on that number
    > > > from when and even from what site as well as to who. Can your phone be
    > > > cloned. Any phone can be cloned, with the right technology and $$. Is
    > > > it likely, no. But it also would depend on your phone make and model
    > > > and what system you are on, but you have failed to provide us with
    > > > that info. Kinda like calling a car dealership and upon the Service
    > > > Manager saying Hello, you say, "Hello, My car won't start, what is the
    > > > problem?"
    > > >
    > > >
    > > >
    > > >
    > > > "Lane Meyer" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > > > news:[email protected]
    > > >> ive been getting all kinda calls from people askin for like "raheim"
    > > >> and "tamika" and ****. and i tell em wrong number. the other day some
    > > >> laddy called me and said "did u just call here" and i said "no, i
    > > >> havent used my phone all day" and she said "well your number is right
    > > >> here on my caller id" and i told her "noone has used my phone blah
    > > >> blahh blah" and she said "well do u know karen or sarah or tamika"
    > > >> and i told her no.
    > > >>
    > > >> im thinking maybe someone has my number on another phone. is that
    > > >> even still possible? i remember back when i had my OLD OLD motorola
    > > >> startac i had it cloned by someone and they ran my bill up to like
    > > >> $1,300.00
    > > >>
    > > >> whats the deal?
    > > >>
    > > >
    > > >
    > > >

    > >

    >
    >






  10. #10
    t.britt
    Guest

    Re: can they still clone phones?? seriously i may have a problem here

    well, somehow I am only getting charged for $0.50 per phone for call detail
    charge. HERE is my copy and paste from my bill on the internet for October.
    Thanks!

    Handset Insurance for 09/08-10/07 4.95

    Nextel Natl Free Incoming 400 for 09/08-10/07 59.99

    Two-Way Messaging for 09/08-10/07 7.50

    Call Detail Charge 0.50

    Nextel Direct Connect®





    "Nextel CSR" <[email protected]_SPAM_hotmail.com> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > That's $2.50 per phone, maximum os $10.00 per account.
    >
    > --
    > Customer Service Rep.
    > Nothern Call Center
    > 1-800-639-6111
    >
    > "t.britt" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]_s02...
    > > they do have detailed billing...........if you call them and pay an

    extra
    > > $0.50 per phone.
    > >
    > >
    > > > about nextel's bills.. they dont give you the listing of all the calls
    > > > madde from your phone every month. every other service provider ive

    had
    > > > always listed all the calls made/recieved and dates and times. but my
    > > > first and second bill didnt. and im going to assume they dont do it at
    > > > all on any bills.
    > > >
    > > > thanks.
    > > >
    > > >
    > > >
    > > > "The Watcher" <[email protected]> blabbed in
    > > > news:[email protected]:
    > > >
    > > > > I don't supposed you bothered to call your carrier? They all have
    > > > > Fraud Control departments that are much better suited to handle

    your
    > > > > problem then a bunch of well meaning but under equipped newsgroup
    > > > > readers. They can see every call that has been made on that number
    > > > > from when and even from what site as well as to who. Can your phone

    be
    > > > > cloned. Any phone can be cloned, with the right technology and $$.

    Is
    > > > > it likely, no. But it also would depend on your phone make and model
    > > > > and what system you are on, but you have failed to provide us with
    > > > > that info. Kinda like calling a car dealership and upon the Service
    > > > > Manager saying Hello, you say, "Hello, My car won't start, what is

    the
    > > > > problem?"
    > > > >
    > > > >
    > > > >
    > > > >
    > > > > "Lane Meyer" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > > > > news:[email protected]
    > > > >> ive been getting all kinda calls from people askin for like

    "raheim"
    > > > >> and "tamika" and ****. and i tell em wrong number. the other day

    some
    > > > >> laddy called me and said "did u just call here" and i said "no, i
    > > > >> havent used my phone all day" and she said "well your number is

    right
    > > > >> here on my caller id" and i told her "noone has used my phone blah
    > > > >> blahh blah" and she said "well do u know karen or sarah or tamika"
    > > > >> and i told her no.
    > > > >>
    > > > >> im thinking maybe someone has my number on another phone. is that
    > > > >> even still possible? i remember back when i had my OLD OLD motorola
    > > > >> startac i had it cloned by someone and they ran my bill up to like
    > > > >> $1,300.00
    > > > >>
    > > > >> whats the deal?
    > > > >>
    > > > >
    > > > >
    > > > >
    > > >

    > >
    > >

    >
    >






  11. #11
    t.britt
    Guest

    Re: can they still clone phones?? seriously i may have a problem here

    well, somehow I am only getting charged for $0.50 per phone for call detail
    charge. HERE is my copy and paste from my bill on the internet for October.
    Thanks!

    Handset Insurance for 09/08-10/07 4.95

    Nextel Natl Free Incoming 400 for 09/08-10/07 59.99

    Two-Way Messaging for 09/08-10/07 7.50

    Call Detail Charge 0.50

    Nextel Direct Connect®





    "Nextel CSR" <[email protected]_SPAM_hotmail.com> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > That's $2.50 per phone, maximum os $10.00 per account.
    >
    > --
    > Customer Service Rep.
    > Nothern Call Center
    > 1-800-639-6111
    >
    > "t.britt" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]_s02...
    > > they do have detailed billing...........if you call them and pay an

    extra
    > > $0.50 per phone.
    > >
    > >
    > > > about nextel's bills.. they dont give you the listing of all the calls
    > > > madde from your phone every month. every other service provider ive

    had
    > > > always listed all the calls made/recieved and dates and times. but my
    > > > first and second bill didnt. and im going to assume they dont do it at
    > > > all on any bills.
    > > >
    > > > thanks.
    > > >
    > > >
    > > >
    > > > "The Watcher" <[email protected]> blabbed in
    > > > news:[email protected]:
    > > >
    > > > > I don't supposed you bothered to call your carrier? They all have
    > > > > Fraud Control departments that are much better suited to handle

    your
    > > > > problem then a bunch of well meaning but under equipped newsgroup
    > > > > readers. They can see every call that has been made on that number
    > > > > from when and even from what site as well as to who. Can your phone

    be
    > > > > cloned. Any phone can be cloned, with the right technology and $$.

    Is
    > > > > it likely, no. But it also would depend on your phone make and model
    > > > > and what system you are on, but you have failed to provide us with
    > > > > that info. Kinda like calling a car dealership and upon the Service
    > > > > Manager saying Hello, you say, "Hello, My car won't start, what is

    the
    > > > > problem?"
    > > > >
    > > > >
    > > > >
    > > > >
    > > > > "Lane Meyer" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > > > > news:[email protected]
    > > > >> ive been getting all kinda calls from people askin for like

    "raheim"
    > > > >> and "tamika" and ****. and i tell em wrong number. the other day

    some
    > > > >> laddy called me and said "did u just call here" and i said "no, i
    > > > >> havent used my phone all day" and she said "well your number is

    right
    > > > >> here on my caller id" and i told her "noone has used my phone blah
    > > > >> blahh blah" and she said "well do u know karen or sarah or tamika"
    > > > >> and i told her no.
    > > > >>
    > > > >> im thinking maybe someone has my number on another phone. is that
    > > > >> even still possible? i remember back when i had my OLD OLD motorola
    > > > >> startac i had it cloned by someone and they ran my bill up to like
    > > > >> $1,300.00
    > > > >>
    > > > >> whats the deal?
    > > > >>
    > > > >
    > > > >
    > > > >
    > > >

    > >
    > >

    >
    >






  12. #12
    Evan Platt
    Guest

    Re: can they still clone phones?? seriously i may have a problem here

    On Sat, 25 Oct 2003 03:11:00 GMT, Lane Meyer <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >ive been getting all kinda calls from people askin for like "raheim" and
    >"tamika" and ****. and i tell em wrong number. the other day some laddy
    >called me and said "did u just call here" and i said "no, i havent used my
    >phone all day" and she said "well your number is right here on my caller
    >id" and i told her "noone has used my phone blah blahh blah" and she said
    >"well do u know karen or sarah or tamika" and i told her no.
    >
    >im thinking maybe someone has my number on another phone. is that even
    >still possible? i remember back when i had my OLD OLD motorola startac i
    >had it cloned by someone and they ran my bill up to like $1,300.00
    >
    >whats the deal?


    Do you know how easy it is to forge the outgoing caller ID?

    To e-mail me, remove theobvious from my e-mail address.



  13. #13
    Evan Platt
    Guest

    Re: can they still clone phones?? seriously i may have a problem here

    On Sat, 25 Oct 2003 03:11:00 GMT, Lane Meyer <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >ive been getting all kinda calls from people askin for like "raheim" and
    >"tamika" and ****. and i tell em wrong number. the other day some laddy
    >called me and said "did u just call here" and i said "no, i havent used my
    >phone all day" and she said "well your number is right here on my caller
    >id" and i told her "noone has used my phone blah blahh blah" and she said
    >"well do u know karen or sarah or tamika" and i told her no.
    >
    >im thinking maybe someone has my number on another phone. is that even
    >still possible? i remember back when i had my OLD OLD motorola startac i
    >had it cloned by someone and they ran my bill up to like $1,300.00
    >
    >whats the deal?


    Do you know how easy it is to forge the outgoing caller ID?

    To e-mail me, remove theobvious from my e-mail address.



  14. #14
    Evan Platt
    Guest

    Re: can they still clone phones?? seriously i may have a problem here

    On Sat, 25 Oct 2003 03:11:00 GMT, Lane Meyer <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >ive been getting all kinda calls from people askin for like "raheim" and
    >"tamika" and ****. and i tell em wrong number. the other day some laddy
    >called me and said "did u just call here" and i said "no, i havent used my
    >phone all day" and she said "well your number is right here on my caller
    >id" and i told her "noone has used my phone blah blahh blah" and she said
    >"well do u know karen or sarah or tamika" and i told her no.
    >
    >im thinking maybe someone has my number on another phone. is that even
    >still possible? i remember back when i had my OLD OLD motorola startac i
    >had it cloned by someone and they ran my bill up to like $1,300.00
    >
    >whats the deal?


    Outgoing caller ID can be easily forged with a business PBX. Heck, I
    could have my outgoing caller ID from my office phone show
    123-456-7890 if I wanted.

    Sounds like someone is forging your #.
    To reply, remove TheObvious from my e-mail address.



  15. #15
    Evan Platt
    Guest

    Re: can they still clone phones?? seriously i may have a problem here

    On Sat, 25 Oct 2003 03:11:00 GMT, Lane Meyer <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >ive been getting all kinda calls from people askin for like "raheim" and
    >"tamika" and ****. and i tell em wrong number. the other day some laddy
    >called me and said "did u just call here" and i said "no, i havent used my
    >phone all day" and she said "well your number is right here on my caller
    >id" and i told her "noone has used my phone blah blahh blah" and she said
    >"well do u know karen or sarah or tamika" and i told her no.
    >
    >im thinking maybe someone has my number on another phone. is that even
    >still possible? i remember back when i had my OLD OLD motorola startac i
    >had it cloned by someone and they ran my bill up to like $1,300.00
    >
    >whats the deal?


    Outgoing caller ID can be easily forged with a business PBX. Heck, I
    could have my outgoing caller ID from my office phone show
    123-456-7890 if I wanted.

    Sounds like someone is forging your #.
    To reply, remove TheObvious from my e-mail address.



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