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We categorise calls by type (debt collection, serious number, sweepstakes, etc.) and give the number in question a tellows score, which indicates whether a number is trustworthy or suspicious, helping you to decide whether or not to take the call.
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We've all had to deal with the same thing.
It rings day and night 24/7 and there is no end in sight. Once you answer the phone there is nothing but silence or the intruisve chatter of a telemarketer. Does this scenario sound familiar? How should you know who is at the other end of the line? Do you want pick up the phone or leave it be? Who calls me? Thousands of people ask the same question every day. Tellows.co.nz aims to provide a vast database of spam and scam telephone numbers in order to help people identify and locate the caller. The bigger the Tellows database grows the higher is chance to find out who is behind the nuisance calls. Learn more on tellows-blog
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Where does the information on telephone numbers come from?
Tellows.co.nz accumulates new spam and scam numbers on a daily basis. However, the user is the greatest contributor of new numbers! Therewith, you provide the knowledge necessary to avoid being ripped off. Furthermore, the categorisation and analysis of the callers nature and, above all, your rating of the number will climax in the tellows score which will convey whether the caller is trustworthy or dubious. The greatest advantage lies in sharing all avaiable information on a fraudulent number and, thereby, warning the people of looming dangers before they even lift the receiver.