21434799## Caller Name

Reverse Phone Lookup 21434799##

Latest Activities in 214347####

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2022-04-30 04:06:33
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2019-11-01 09:36:57
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2018-11-20 16:55:06
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2018-04-05 02:55:33
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2017-09-14 20:48:15
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2017-09-13 19:11:23
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2017-08-08 18:11:10
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2017-04-23 06:00:37
Marked as Safe
2017-04-12 05:25:13
Marked as Unsafe
2017-01-07 18:18:40
Complaint: No Subject Provided
2022-04-20 08:15:00
Complaint: No Subject Provided
2022-01-11 12:30:00
Complaint: Other
2021-10-06 10:55:00
Complaint: Calls pretending to be government, businesses, or family and friends
2021-08-25 08:26:00
Complaint: Other
2021-08-20 15:08:00
Complaint: No Subject Provided
2021-07-16 21:16:11
Complaint: Calls pretending to be government, businesses, or family and friends
2021-07-15 16:29:00

Phone Number Information 214-347

City
Irving, TX
Phone Company
Brooks Fiber Properties Of Texas
County
Dallas
State
Texas

Spam Risk 214-347

42% posivitive Votings
58% Spam Detected

Numbers Started with 2143479##

How to protect myself?

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The FTC checks millions of reported cases of telemarketing fraud every year. You can have it warn you about scams that you should watch out for by signing up for Scam Alerts. You'll get notifications by email warning you about the latest scams and how to avoid them.
It's also important to watch out for people who offer free trials of popular products or services. These free trials typically require you to provide your credit card information, which allows fraudsters to steal it. Even some legitimate companies count on you forgetting about canceling free trials so that they can continue charging fees every month.

Use this information to protect yourself against telephone fraud. If you think that you've been contacted by a telephone scam, report it to the FTC so that it can warn others.

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