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Unwanted phone calls can be a nuisance and, in some cases, they may even be illegal. The fact that many such calls come from unlisted numbers (especially in the case of mobile phones) means that putting a stop to these calls can get tricky. However, there are ways to end unwanted phone calls, particularly through the Do Not Call Registry and other call blocking services. Find out Who Called Me and how to block those unwanted phone calls. This is a nuisance that is only growing in the United States but there are a few ways to mitigate these calls.

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The Do Not Call Registry

The Do Not Call Registry is maintained by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). If you are on the Do Not Call Registry then unsolicited sales calls to your number are prohibited. It usually takes about a month from when you are added to the registry until all sales calls will actually stop. The Do Not Call Registry only prohibits sales calls, meaning that other types of unwanted calls may continue. Charities, political campaigns, telephone surveys, and debt collectors are still allowed to call you even if you are on the Do Not Call Registry. If you look up the number of the organization that is calling you then that may help clarify whether the call is legal or not. Also, if you gave permission to a business to call you, such as providing them your phone number when you bought an item at their store, then they can also call you, unless you specifically tell them not to. You can add your number to the Do Not Call Registry for free by visiting donotcall.gov.

How To Report Unwanted Phone Calls

Getting yourself on the Do Not Call Registry is a good step towards stopping unwanted calls and most legitimate businesses comply with the registry. Unscrupulous businesses and individuals, however, still exist and they are most likely to hide behind an unlisted number. When you get multiple telemarketing calls and ask yourself, Who Called Me because you don’t recognize it then there is a good chance that it is an illegal call. Such calls have become a major problem in recent years given that technology has made phone services and robocalling so cheap. If you are on the Do Not Call Registry and are still getting unwanted sales calls then hang up immediately. Interacting with the call, such as pushing buttons when prompted or speaking to somebody on the other end of the line, is more likely to increase the number of unwanted calls. Report the unwanted call to the FTC as soon as possible. If you want to report an unwanted sales calls coming from an actual human being, you must have been on the Do Not Call Registry for at least 31 days beforehand. For robocalls, however, you can report the call immediately, whether or not you are on the registry. When reporting a call to the FTC you should first perform a reverse phone number lookup in order to give the FTC as many details about the caller as possible.

How To Stop Unwanted Calls

Reporting illegal calls to the FTC is a good idea, but if you really want to put these unwanted calls to an end then you are going to have to go beyond what the FTC offers. If you have the number of the entity that keeps calling you then you can block that specific number. With many smartphones a number can simply be blocked by accessing the phone’s settings. In other cases, you may have to contact your phone company directly, who may charge a fee for blocking a number.

If you are wondering Who Called Me because you don’t know the number of the entity that keeps phoning then look into other call blocking solutions. Call blocking apps are widely available as are call blocking boxes. The quality of these services will vary substantially and the good ones are rarely free, so look online first for services that have the best reviews.

Unwanted phone calls are annoying to deal with and in some circumstances they may even qualify as harassment. By registering with the Do Not Call Registry, reporting illegal calls, and utilizing call blocking technology, you can finally put these unwanted calls to an end. Hopefully you won’t have to ask Who Called Me nearly as much anymore.

Find Who Called - FAQs

How To Block Robocalls

You can block robocalls by selecting the phone number on your smartphone and blocking it. Another great way to block robocalls is to download a Robokiller app on your smartphone. These apps can detect robocalls before they get to your phone so you won't be bothered or harassed unwanted phone calls.

Can I Find Out Who Called Me Anonymously?

Absolutely, running a reverse phone number search can be done without anyone knowing you are searching. With services like SearchQuarry.com, you can run a phone number search online from the convenience of your computer or smartphone.

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  1. says:

    Who called me from 540-836-9038?

  2. says:

    Let me know the person called me from +61 8 6243 6582

  3. says:

    Who called me from this number

  4. says:

    who has the phone number 646-830-9944?

  5. says:

    June, we checked the number and could not confirm this was his number

  6. says:

    580-375-6519 I want to know if this number is John Latour’s number or if his Facebook account has been hacked and used by this number for their business. Can they be trusted?

  7. says:

    5409307125 any idea who this is?

  8. says:

    All I want to know is who called! Don’t want their address, don’t want credit status, don’t want arrest record! Just want to know WHO CALLED!! 575-588-2355

  9. says:

    The telephone number 609 710 0483 is a political survey company requesting information about the upcoming 2024 election and who I supported for President and Senate

  10. says:

    Wanting to leave a delivery at my house. I did not order anything.

  11. says:

    This number called me and when I answered hung up. I tried to call it back and I keep getting a busy signal.

  12. says:

    I received a call at 2:12 am from 518-503-5472. Of course I answered it as that time of the morning you think it is a family member needing help. The caller said they were from Spectrum. Needless to say I hung up and could not get back to sleep.

  13. says:

    I received a call today from this number, so where is it from 1920 486-7598?

  14. says:

    We do not recognize this number from our ‘ Who Called Me ‘ database. Many phone scams use local phone number listings to try and trick people into picking up. A safe rule to follow is if they don’t leave a message and you don’t recognize the phone number then it might be a sales call or scam phone call

  15. says:

    I had a missed called from 620 393 9970 is this a scam as I don’t recognize the number?

  16. says:

    520-502-5483 is a Robocall. Credit Card Phishing Scam. Do not answer. (520) 502-5483 is a phone number on a Landline device operated by ONVOY, LLC – AZ. This device is registered in Tucson, AZ, which is located in Pima county.

  17. says:

    I received two calls today 1-423-888-9226 and 1-423-888-9229. Tried the reverse look up. No luck. Help!

  18. says:

    Call from (603) 607-5559 – Name Unavaible. I did not answer. The person called me twice. can you give me the name, or at least the town from which it came.

  19. says:

    Just don’t answer the phone if you’re not expecting any calls or if you do not recognize the number.

    As far as blocking, can you block numbers from your phone carrier’s website? That way, the call will not even go through to you and you will never hear the phone ringing.

  20. says:

    i received a call yesterday from someone claiming to be a 911 DISPATCH OPERATOR asking me if i was ok because someone dialed 911 from my phone. i was on the phone with them for 40 seconds before they said they were glad i was alright and it must have gotten dialed by accident. My phone was sitting on my desk for over 2 hours untouched by anyone. A reverse search showed it was from a cell phone in Walterboro SC and i live in Georgetown SC (1 1/2 hours away) Not sure what they hoped to get out of the conversation… but it made me jumpy.

  21. says:

    I received an unwanted uninitiated fowl language text from this.

  22. says:

    No matter what I do, I have told them I am on the Do Not Call Registry and I am still getting calls something about Medical. I’m so tried of getting all these calls. My husband keeps get these kinds of calls as well and he is on the Do Not Call Registry. We have even blocked these calls and the same number keeps calling us even through us blocking them.

  23. says:

    I received a solicitation call on my smart phone from 1-575-318-2165 for ‘Green Energy Solar’ & I told them to take me off their list. Obviously a phishing scam since I live in Illinois and not New Mexico.

  24. says:

    Blocking calls really only works when it is the same number used each time. Many of the illegal calls made are done with a computer with spoofing software. I’ve even been called from some one spoofing MY number.

  25. says:

    I received an email documenting a purchase of bit coin that I did not order with the number +1 – ( 858 ) – ( 367 ) – 9494 listed for contacting. No Way.

  26. says:

    I would think that they could just make all telemarket calls illegal, there is no such thing anymore. It has become nothing but scams. No one even liked the legal calls so why should we have to deal with it????? I am ready to get rid of my phone just to be rid of these calls. Its the only calls I get and its at least 20 to 30 times a day. There is no blocking them as half the time they are using my Doctor’s number or my banks or a friend, I do not know why the great and powerful phone companies can’t be rid of them and give us poor old people some peace.

  27. says:

    Diana, we are happy to run a reverse phone number search if you provide us with the entire 10 digit phone number and try and find out ” who called me “

  28. says:

    All I want to do is find out who it is. That is an impossibility even with all the so called ‘free’ reverse look up sites. I don’t want their family history or their criminal or credit history. Just a name. The DO NOT CALL REGISTRY is useless. I have added so many blocked numbers to my cell phone it is full and won’t let me block any more. It’s frustrating because they can harass me all they want and I am unable to even find out their name.

  29. says:

    The +11 is an international phone number prefix. That means the person who called you was from that country, with a +11 prefix, which would be Bulgaria.

  30. says:

    I got a call, and instead of a regular phone number it says + 11. What in the heck is that?

  31. says:

    Thank you for sharing about this Phishing Text Scam. You did the right thing and reported it, with any luck this number will be shut down and hopefully make it more difficult for this person(s) to continue to scam people with SMS phishing.

    What Is A Phishing Text Scam?

    A phishing text scam or an SMS phishing is typically used for some criminal activity using a form of social connection or social media. These phishing scams are usually used to obtain personal information from another person for nefarious uses on the dark web.

  32. says:

    Got this Phishing text from 785-914-0669. Reported them to the FCC.

  33. says:

    You are not alone with your frustration with Robocalls. Phone number spoofing has become very popular and unfortunately there are more ways than ever for phone marketing companies and Robocalls to sneak in. One solution for these number spoofing phone calls is to use a paid Robokiller app you can download on your smartphone. These tend to help out quite a bit. Robocalls make it difficult to know who is calling and what phone calls to pickup or let go to voicemail. A Robokiller app can make a big impact on filtering those unwanted phone calls.

  34. says:

    I get span calls and text messages from a large variety of numbers from all over the US. When messages are left, over 80% of them mention “Jeffry Monahan” as the intended recipient (not my name).

    Because of the variety of the numbers (never the same one twice) I’m certain these are ALL spoofed numbers, so blocking them is meaningless.

    Other than ignoring these, what can I do?

  35. says:

    We show this phone number belongs to an A Dirico from Fort Worth Texas. We show this phone number is a landline used through the Vonage Network which is a VOIP phone number

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    Thank you for inquiring about ” Who Called Me ” and the feedback on your experience. If you feel like this consistent phone call is becoming annoying then you might consider blocking that phone number. If you have a smartphone this is very simple, you can typically do this in the settings or by clicking on the information tab about the phone call you receive and block this phone number.

  38. says:

    567-286-3012 has called me multiple times. I just recieved another call, which rang 3x leaving no vm. I got curious and called the number back. Spectrum Residential it said and I disconnected.

  39. says:

    Thank you for sharing your phone scam experience. Unfortunately there are a lot of scams out there to steal people’s money or information. The phone scam from the person who called you was most certainly after your personal information which would be very damaging to say the least. We are happy to get the word out about these phone call scams. Please reach out if there is a phone number lookup or public records search we can assist you with.

  40. says:

    I received an email saying my email had account had suspicious activity and to call this number. I called and after some questions and answers regarding my email he “needed” to check my computer. When I asked if he needed to remote access my computer I said “No I won’t remote…” and immediately he had hung up. This is a another scam to gain access to someones computer.

  41. says:

    We’d be happy to help you search for Who Called You but we’ll need the full phone number to proceed. Thank you

  42. says:

    unknown phone call

  43. says:

    If you’re receiving calls on your smartphone you can easily block them in the settings of your phone. You can also register for the do not call list but that is somewhat unreliable. To find out ” who called me ” please leave the phone number for us to research it for you.

  44. says:

    I keep receiving calls

  45. says:

    Our phone number lookup resources are only for domestic phone numbers, meaning United States only. If you’re attempting to find out ” who called me ” from a phone number outside the country then type in the phone number into a search engine and find out

  46. says:

    i tried to put in a phone # but the search box up the top wouldnt accept the whole lot??
    the # was 0421019406

  47. says:

    Unfortunately there are a multitude of ways that spammers and fraudulent phone calls can be made. With the advent of the internet and VOIP calling it makes it easy for these types of callers to mask their phone numbers and block them

  48. says:

    We get calls daily caller if say some phone numbers are invalid if so how can they call from them? They are even using charities have tried blocking them but they just use a different number why aren\’t all these spam useless calls stopped?

  49. says:

    Thank you for the great feedback on our Who Called Me article. What you said about being able to block phone numbers is definitely a common occurrence from our experience. Many others share your same frustration with getting unwanted phone calls. It’s good to know what options are out there, so thank you very much for sharing your experience with unwanted phone calls and how to deal with them

  50. says:

    I keep blocking the unwanted calls but they keep calling with different numbers. My home phone is maxed out for blocking anymore numbers. I think it is the phone service provider’s responsibility to monitor spam phone calls and blocking it. As soon as I tell the tele-marking callers that I am on Do Not Call list they hang up. Most of this numbers are 1 way calling so you can’t call them back and many of the phone numbers are spoofed. We used get calls with our own phone numbers. FTC is overwhelmed with so many complains since many of them are from other countries.Only options Verizon gave me to help me fix the incoming spam calls was 1. Pay extra for blocking the numbers (which I think should be free) 2. Change the phone number. Which is not a real fix because the first phone call you get maybe a telemarketing company. We dont answer calls unless we recognize the number. Same move at my work phone and mobile. So frustrating!


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