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    Call from 1-000-000-00

    This morning my phone rang with the number "1-000-000-00". I picked it up, and no one was there. I have a Motorola e815 and Verizon. What was that? It's really strange. It still shows up in my incoming call log.

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    its very common this happens

    alot of larger offices have a system to set the caller id of all there phones

    i have seen and gotten calles from 123, 000 000 0000 , 111 111 1111

    and a few other good one's i the past

    dont be alarmed was prob a friend of some 1 at a work or possibly a pay phone

    then the other options inculde the fbi/cia and the best 1 i have heard is aliens

    of the logic other possiblity
    soem 1 called and had problem with there network and the caller id wasnt sent lol
    yes its me Nyitalian718 old account is messed up so i made a new one. IM BACK!

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    Actually it is fairly easy to spoof caller id. Anyone with a spare computer and a voip connection can do it very easily. Most likely this was a telemarketer, don't worry.

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    Long distance callers and calls from over seas can do it sometimes too.
    The US Department of Justice said today:

    "AT&T could obtain substantially the same network enhancements that it claims will come from the transaction if it simply invested in its own network without eliminating a close competitor..."


    It's The Network, That Never Stops Working For You.

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    the funny thing is this exact same thing happened to me yesterday. I also have an 815.
    The Motorola Star Tac series may go down in history as the greatest cell phones ever made.

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    Yup, last week I got a call from "415". In all the years I've been using cell phones, that was the first time I've seen something like that.

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    You can spoof Caller ID, ive called my goth friends from 666-666-6666 and my chrisitan extreamists from NPA-776-2323 (god). And for the music friends, NPA-867-5309.
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