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On our website you will find comments and individual reports from other users. You got a strange or fraudulent call? Then please, give us your rating and write a comment. This will help others to protect themselves from fraud on the phone.
We provide more than 250,000,000 White Pages and Yellow Pages entries. Just use the search box and browse a name or phone number.
You can easily download vCards from our site. vCards can be sent quickly and without any problems as an e-mail attachment or QR-Code link. Smartphones can use vCards as well to process and save address and contact information data.
Would you like to mark telephone numbers or comments? Then use the bookmark icon to bookmark the entry. An overview of the bookmarks can be seen on the home page or in your profile (if you are logged in).
Reverse Email Lookup: A reverse email search can help determine the identity of the owner of an unknown address that shows up in your inbox. You can also see if the email address is secure or flashy.
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In our magazine we regularly publish professional informative articles on the subject of telephone calls. We inform you about current scam calls, how to handle them and what you can do if you have already become a victim of those fraudsters.
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What is 'spam'?
The term 'spam' refers to all the email that you receive from sources that you did not authorize to send you communication or phone calls and text messages aimed at selling things or spying on data. The greatest portion of email sent throughout the internet today is unsolicited messages, otherwise known as spam. These include advertising messages, offers to get rich, adult dating, online pharmaceutical drugs and gambling promotions from sources you aren't familiar with.
You can tell that emails are spam when you don't recognize the sender and the offer seems too good to be true. Some other warning signs are if there is an attached file, the content of the email doesn't match the subject, the content is written in poor English with misspellings, there is a claim that the message is urgent or there is a "limited time" to reply. What helps you to recognize spam? Use the Anti-Spam Guide or our reverse search tools: Reverse Phone Lookup, Reverse Email Lookup or IP Checker.
An example of spam and scam can be found here in this extensive and informative article:COVID-19 SCAM
Our community lives from spam messages from affected users. Therefore a request to you: If you have received a fraudulent phone call, or a strange text message on your smartphone, or more often, a spam email, please write a short comment here to inform other people. The detectspam.com database contains over 3 million of these complaints about email addresses, spam servers and phone numbers. The following complaints have recently been added to our database: