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CallTRUTH.com has your best interests in mind. As such, we have compiled a comprehensive list of resources to assist you with all your phone-lookup related questions.

Having issues with unwanted calls from telemarketers? To register your phone number with the National Do Not Call Registry, click here, or call 888-382-1222 with the specific phone you want to register. Registering with the National Do Not Call Registry is free of charge, and permanent. After 31 days of being on the National Do Not Call Registry, calls from most telemarketers should cease. If unwanted calls persist, you can file a complaint here

Warning: Scammers have been making phone calls pretending to be the National Do Not Call Registry. They call offering the opportunity to sign up for the registry. These calls are not from the registry or the FTC, click here for more info.

There are several ways to deal with annoying prank callers and unwanted phone call harassment. Learn everything you need to know about phone call harassment at Privacy Rights Clearinghouse. Things like: when exactly a phone call becomes harassing, Who you should contact when your being harassed, the "pressure valve" strategy, what you can do to stop other types of provoking calls, and more!

In addition, eHow has an informative article that lays out step-by-step instructions for reporting prank phone callers to the police

Still not exactly sure what a reverse telephone directory is? Check out what Wikipedia>/a> has to say about them. You'll learn what reverse phone look-up directories are, why they need to charge for phone owner information, how long they've been around, and a whole lot more.

Can your cellular location be tracked?
No, as a cell phone user in the U.S., your historical location is protected from disclosure to the government until a search warrant is obtained. This victory for cell user's privacy rights was won on Sept. 7th, 2010. The 3rd circuit court of appeals ruled in favor of the
Stored Communication Act (SCA), protecting your historical location from being tracked by the govt., without a search warrant to do so.

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