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Brevard County is Uncovering Phone Scams in the Area
Posted September 21, 2011
The incidence of phone scams is skyrocketing for residents of Brevard County, Florida.
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Lake Havasu City Seniors Thwart Phone Scam Attempt
Posted September 7, 2011
New phone scammers offer up some of your personal information to trick you into giving out more.
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Politician Abusing Reverse 911 System for His Own Gain
Posted August 31, 2011
Ohio mayor uses reverse 911 system to encourage people to vote for a ballot measure.
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Beware of Traffic Light Ticket Phone Scams
Posted August 17, 2011
The latest scam has criminals calling people for payment of traffic tickets.
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Facebook Scams Making Rounds in Wake County
Posted August 17, 2011
Residents in Wake County, NC are receiving phone messages from fake Facebook representatives saying they've won $1 million.
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How to Avoid Summer Vacation Scams
Posted August 3, 2011
Scammers prey on budget conscious vacationers every year by offering a slew of getaway scams.
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Residents Switching to Mobile Phones a Safety Concern
Posted August 3, 2011
People who have switched their primary phone from a landline to a mobile phone risk not being alerted by reverse 911 emergency notices.
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Microsoft Warns of Phone Phishing Scam
Posted July 27, 2011
New wave of phone scammers don't ask for personal information, but trick you into downloading software to compromise your computer.
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Is Reverse-911 the Most Effective Warning System for Massachusetts?
Posted July 27, 2011
Emergency management officials are perplexed over how to best warn Massachusetts residents about dangerous weather conditions.
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Purse Snatching a New Component of Phone Scams
Posted July 20, 2011
Purse snatchers are now using phone scams to facilitate more theft.
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Arkansas Hit with Scholarship Scams
Posted July 20, 2011
A new phone scam has shown up in Arkansas, this time involving college student scholarships.
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Overseas Phone Scams are Taking Advantage of Gullibility
Posted July 13, 2011
An Ohio woman fell victim to a phone scammer and sent money to an overseas address after being informed she had won prize money.
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Hurricane Season is No Match for Central Florida Residents
Posted July 11, 2011
Florida emergency management makes use of reverse 911 technology to warn residents of severe weather alerts.
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Scams of all Types are Making Rounds in North Carolina
Posted July 6, 2011
From sweepstakes phone scams and Nigerian letters, to identity theft and preying on senior citizen's fears, fraud of all kinds has reached new heights. The people of Rowan County, North Carolina have had enough and they are informing residents about protective measures.
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Four ID Theft Suspects Arrested for Making Phony Verification Calls
Posted June 29, 2011
A new theft technique has criminals taking stolen credit cards to banks, and fooling tellers with phone calls by fake bank personnel to get cash withdrawals approved.
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Criminals Using Robo Calls to Steal Debit Card Information
Posted June 20, 2011
Robo calls are automated random phone calls made by criminals in an attempt to access private bank information from unsuspecting recipients.
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Reverse 911 System Confusion Could have Caused a Chemical Disaster
Posted June 15, 2011
A reverse 911 system put in place in Oregon to notify residents of emergency situations didn't work as planned due to human error.
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Berkeley Man Victim of Sweepstakes Scam
Posted June 8, 2011
A fake telemarketing company contacted the man to tell him he had won 7th prize in a sweepstakes. The caller told the man he could not receive the prize money until a check was sent to cover the taxes.
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Disaster Relief Phone Scams Prey on Innocent Victims
Posted June 1, 2011
Criminals are posing as government disaster relief workers to commit identity theft.
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The Couple that Cheats Together...
Posted May 25, 2011
LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian may find that similar interests and hobbies may not always be the best thing for a relationship, especially when both partners are notorious cheaters.
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This Rolling Stone Collects No Moss
Posted May 16, 2011
It's ancient history these days that Rihanna and Chris Brown are broken up, and even more so the details that lead up to this event. What continues to be surprising in both good and bad ways are the manners in which these two choose to conduct themselves when asked to talk about it today. While Chris Brown is content to punch out his dressing room window and threaten producers on Good Morning America for asking him questions about that night, Rihanna has chosen to take the high road.
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I Spy, With My Little Eye
Posted Apr. 21, 2011
It is no surprise that people are finding more and more advanced ways to communicate with -- and spy on -- one another. Enter Cell Spy.
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Creatures of Convenience
Posted Apr. 21, 2011
Many find themselves plagued by unknown numbers calling and texting throughout the day, but technology can identify these callers.
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Charlie Sheen is Losing His Cool
Posted Mar. 23, 2011
Ever wonder who Charlie calls at 5:22 A.M., who tells him that it would be a smashing good idea to tell the police, "My fangs are dripping with tiger blood"?
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Lindsey Lohan VS the Legal System
Posted Mar. 23, 2011
As most people are used to seeing celebrities get away scott-free after having committed some sort of ignorant or potentially harmful crime, the total tonnage of crimes that Lindsey Lohan has been acquitted of has now reached a new high.
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Celebrities Behaving Badly
Posted Jan. 26, 2011
Justin Timberlake reportedly cheated on his girlfriend Jessica Biel with actress Olivia Munn in Sept. 2010, and has been texting her since.
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Brett Favre Career Ends in Retirement and Lawsuits
Posted Jan. 19, 2011
The Minnesota Vikings player now has two sexual harassment lawsuits filed against him, and has officially announced his retirement.
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Mega Millions Winner, "We Better Hide"
Posted Jan. 12, 2011
The recent $380 million Mega Millions lottery prize had two winning tickets, leaving each with a claim to $190 million. That's before the taxes, of course. [ Read More ]

Home Got Burgled? There's an App for That!
Posted Jan. 12, 2011
A cell phone app allowed a woman to use her web cam at home to keep tabs on her dog. Instead, she saw a burglar in her home. [ Read More ]

Reverse Phone Directory Relaunches with More Information, New Design and New Features
Posted Jan. 7, 2011
Reverse Phone Directory recently relaunched its service focusing on providing consumers with easy to obtain and accurate reverse phone and people search data. [ Read More ]

Brett Favre Case Highlights Workplace Sexting Issues
Posted Jan. 5, 2011
Football player Brett Favre has had a $50,000 fine levied against him for "failure to cooperate" with the investigation into his sending of "sexts" at the workplace. [ Read More ]

Mysterious Phone Call May Lead to Missing Boy
Posted Jan. 5, 2011
A mysterious phone call to a missing boy's mother may be the clue needed to help solve the case of Jonathan Foster from Houston, Texas. [ Read More ]

Be Careful How You Snoop
Posted Dec. 29, 2010
A Michigan husband has been charged with a felony count of computer misuse, for reading his wife's email to confirm his suspicions. [ Read More ]

Returning Unwanted Presents Instead of Unwanted Calls
Posted Dec. 29, 2010
The potential problem even with a wanted used cell phone is the potential for unwanted calls - because of the SIM card. [ Read More ]

Would-Be Bomber's Intentions Proved by Cell Phone
Posted Dec. 22, 2010
The annual tree-lighting ceremony at the Pioneer Courthouse Square in Portland, OR was the scene for an attempted car bombing this year. [ Read More ]

Stealth Technology Reveals Stalker's Trail
Posted Dec. 22, 2010
Daniel Christopher Leonard, 32, of Olympia, WA attempted to remain unidentifiable by using a service that masked his outgoing Caller ID information. [ Read More ]

Cheater's Technology Can Catch Cheaters
Posted Dec. 15, 2010
How technology is used changes with the times, for both innocuous and nefarious purposes. [ Read More ]

Selling Online Securely Isn't Rocket Science
Posted Dec. 15, 2010
The news headlines recently told a surprising story about how used computer equipment sold by NASA still contained sensitive information on the hard drives. [ Read More ]

Text Message to Child Results in Drug Arrest
Posted Dec. 8, 2010
Think about how you'd feel if your 10-year-old got a text message from someone they didn't know. Then think about how you'd feel if it was asking him if he wanted to score some drugs. That's what happened recently to a boy in Wisconsin. [ Read More ]

Name Changes Can Be Awesomely Confusing
Posted Dec. 6, 2010
A man in Eugene, OR recently changed his name to "Captain Awesome." The former Douglas Allen Smith Jr., an unemployed cabinetmaker, says his name change was inspired by the nickname of a character on the TV show "Chuck,". [ Read More ]

Housewives Desperate for Reverse Phone Lookup
Posted Dec. 1, 2010
The recently-announced impending divorce of basketball star Tony Parker and his wife Eva Longoria, star of the TV show 'Desperate Housewives', brings yet more light to 'sexting', or sending sex-related text messages from your phone. [ Read More ]

Use Reverse Phone Lookup to Turn the Table on Stalkers
Posted Dec. 1, 2010
Hang-up calls in the middle of the night could just be misdials or drunken mistakes, but it could also be the sign of something more dire. [ Read More ]

Reverse Phone Lookup Fills in for Caller ID
Posted Nov. 30, 2010
The problem with Caller ID in the modern age is the result of how another modern miracle was implemented - cell phones. [ Read More ]

Cold Case Highlights Danger of Stalkers
Posted Nov. 29, 2010
If you're getting threatening phone calls or text messages from an unknown phone number, you may be able to find out who is behind that number with a reverse phone lookup. [ Read More ]

Find or Fill a Job with the Help of Former Coworkers
Posted Dec. 1, 2010
If you're unemployed or underemployed, you're probably already trying every resource you can think of to find work. One potential job resource that is often overlooked can be found in your past - former coworkers. [ Read More ]

Travel Delays May Require Staying with Friends
Posted Dec. 1, 2010
With the end of year holidays come the end of year travel delays due to inclement weather. You may have timed your days off from work perfectly with the intended airline schedule, but Mother Nature scoffs at your plans. [ Read More ]

Give Yourself the Gift of Family for the Holidays
Posted Nov. 30, 2010
Now may be the time to get back in touch with those lost family members, and reclaim the gift of family. [ Read More ]

Football Reunites Old Friends
Posted Nov. 29, 2010
A recent football game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Arizona Cardinals was not only the scene of brutal action on the gridiron, but also one of old friends getting together again. [ Read More ]

Will Microsoft's KIN Encourage Reverse Lookups?
Posted May 13, 2010
Microsoft's unveiling of the smart phones KIN ONE and KIN TWO may ultimately affect the way you perform a reverse phone lookup. Designed specifically to optimize integration with social networks, the KIN ONE and KIN TWO are being hailed as Microsoft's attempt at creating a "plugged-in social generation". In designing a UI that enables a person to quickly scan and receive news feeds from sources such as Twitter, MySpace, and Facebook, the KIN ONE and KIN TWO are the first phones designed specifically for the growing population of people who text and update their social network more often than calling. Given that people tend to have extensive social networks that include both close friends and distant acquaintances, it's safe to assume that you'll be performing a fair amount of reverse lookups if you purchase a KIN. [ Read More ]

You May Be More Vulnerable to Identity Theft than you Think
Posted Apr 21, 2010
Identity theft is a problem rampant in America today - it is estimated that 1 in every 10 US consumers have fallen victim to identity theft. Prevent the theft of your identity by using a reverse phone lookup. [ Read More ]

A Reverse Phone Lookup May Let You Know Whether You're Really Irish on St. Patrick's Day
Posted Apr 1, 2010
As one of the most celebrated ethnic holidays of the year, St. Patrick's Day is famous for embracing the idea that everyone is Irish. With mass numbers of people sporting shamrocks and consuming green drinks, the lines of Irish ancestry tend to be blurred on March 17th. According to the US Census Bureau, approximately 34.5 million people claim to have Irish ancestry (nearly nine times the population of Ireland), representing the second most commonly claimed ancestry behind German. If you'd like to find out whether or not you have Irish ancestry, consider a reverse lookup on your family. By providing a list of relatives and address information, a reverse phone lookup can help trace your family history and provide you with potential leads on your family roots.
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Social Networks are Making a Reverse Lookup More Necessary Than Ever
Posted Mar 10, 2010
In an article about the proliferation of email and password phishing schemes, Pete Cashmore of Mashable noted that the increased daily use of social media has led people to drop their guard against identity theft. By posing as a reputable third party site, or including what appears to be personal data such as a friend's name, it has become increasingly difficult to determine what's legitimate. If you find yourself unsure about a seemingly harmless e-mail or text message, you may want to consider a reverse phone lookup. By using caution and performing a reverse lookup you'll greatly decrease the likelihood that your personal information won't fall victim to identity theft.
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Use a Reverse Phone Lookup If Someone Caught Your Eye this Valentine's Day
Posted Mar 3, 2010
For many Americans this past Valentine's Day represented an evening spent at a movie or restaurant with a loved one. For others, their February 14th was spent amongst a fury of feathers as cities all across America took part in a Valentine's Day pillow fight. In San Francisco as the clock struck 6pm, thousands rushed the Embarcadero for several hours in one of the most heavily attended pillow fights in recent years. Given the vast amount of people dressed up in costumes with phone numbers and e-mails written across their pillows, it's likely that amidst the thrashing of pillows a few new couples met. If you attended a pillow fight in your city, you may want to consider a reverse phone lookup on someone that caught your eye.
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Google's Corporate Conscience Decision May Impact Reverse Phone Lookup in China
Posted Feb 3, 2010
Viewed in many circles as a socially conscious company, Google recently took a stance against government censorship when it threatened to pull its operations out of China. Though Google's decision is not likely to end government censorship in China, it could prove to be an important catalyst in bringing forth awareness of the problem and may inspire other companies and individuals to do the same.
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Poor Decision by Wisconsin Mother May Have You Thinking About a Background Check
Posted Jan 15, 2010
Being a parent is more difficult than ever these days. With substantially more single parents, and multiple homes, it can be hard on a parent to keep track of not only where their children are but also who they are hanging out with.
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