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Toll-Free Phone Book Details

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  • 30,037User
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  • Most Recent Search:
    (844) 923-5214
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    (855) 209-7730
  • SMS/800

    The 800 Service Messaging System (SMS/800) is a U.S. based organization in charge of routing and administering all toll-free numbers (800, 844, 855, 866, 888, and 877) in North America. (This includes Canada and the Caribbean, not just the U.S.) They are authorized to do so by the FCC.

    What this means is that SMS/800 is used by AT&T, Qwest Communications, and Verizon Communications (service providers which assign toll-free numbers) to verify the availability of a toll-free number, reserve it, establish a routing record for a customer, and ensure records are properly downloaded to local exchange carrier Service Control Points (SCPs) - all in order to properly handle toll-free calls. Think of SMS/800 like the back-bone of the 800 service in the same way that ICANN is the back-bone of Internet domain names.

    These service providers pay various fees to SMS/800 to keep it functioning, including per-request charges, monthly recurring charges, and non-recurring charges. For instance, let's say Verizon reserves an 800 number on behalf of a business customer of theirs like Chase Bank. Verizon must then pay 15.3 cents per month to SMS/800, as each service provider has to pay this amount for every toll free number that they actively route. While this might not seem like a lot, there are approximately 23 million toll-free numbers in service. That means AT&T, Qwest Communications, and Verizon Communications are collectively paying over 42 million dollars per year (in monthly fees) to support the infrastructure of SMS/800.

    You can check whether or not a toll-free number is currently available by using 800ForAll as well as SMS/800. This is useful if you want to have a toll-free number that spells a certain word, such as 1-800-FLOWERS.

  • WATS Lines

    Wide Area Telephone Service (WATS) was the original 800 number. Businesses would pay a high annual fee to get the line, which would handle both incoming and outgoing calls. With a WATS line, businesses could then call people in a certain area at a significantly reduced price, either on a per-call or per-minute basis. Or, they could receive calls at no cost to the caller. In 1976, WATS lines brought into AT&T a billion dollars in annual revenue.

Reported Toll-Free Spammers and Scammers

Find out about suspected toll-free scam phone calls and other nuisance calls and texts - all thanks to our active community of CallerSmart users. Run a reverse phone lookup on any toll-free phone number to see what others have reported about it as well.

Frequent Toll-Free Spam and Scam Calls

10 ASKING FOR MONEY 9 DEAD AIR 3 DEBT COLLECTOR 2 PRANKSTER 71 SCAMMER 5 SPAM TEXTER

Recent Toll-Free CallerSmart User Activity

  • Call from (855) 209-7730 reported as Scammer by Jacindanyc
  • First caller feedback on (800) 409-9814 shared by rakeshkb: "Delaware BPO do not trust it's spam "
  • rakeshkb just unlocked their Freedom Fighter badge because their Caller I.Q. score increased - congrats!
  • First caller feedback on (855) 813-4182 shared by austinchoi09: "Left some voicemail about forbearance, which was not applicable to me."
  • austinchoi09 just unlocked their Commander-in-Chief badge because their Caller I.Q. score increased - congrats!
  • Call from (888) 696-3193 reported as Prankster by mamoru
  • Call from (844) 589-1666 reported as Trusted Caller by dogtag
  • First caller feedback on (844) 410-9609 shared by qsvnqtwydc: "Dead air for 10 seconds after answer"
  • qsvnqtwydc just unlocked their Artist badge because their Caller I.Q. score increased - congrats!
  • New feedback on (800) 946-0332 by fidelity9: "Capital One Debt Collection"
  • fidelity9 just unlocked their Explorer badge because their Caller I.Q. score increased - congrats!
  • First caller feedback on (844) 685-1456 shared by ReportedFCC: "Burner/ Disposable phone number used by coward phone harasser."
  • ReportedFCC just unlocked their Queen badge because their Caller I.Q. score increased - congrats!
  • Call from (800) 331-0614 reported as Scammer by roguejesse
  • Call from (888) 791-0673 reported as Scammer by roguejesse
  • First caller feedback on (855) 732-9646 shared by stilettofem: "Automated operator voicemail message claiming to be AT&T DIRECTV offer"
  • stilettofem just unlocked their Patriot badge because their Caller I.Q. score increased - congrats!
  • First caller feedback on (800) 435-4000 shared by mhchen1950: "Probing about Coin Account. Obviously phishing or worse"
  • mhchen1950 just unlocked their Patriot badge because their Caller I.Q. score increased - congrats!
  • Call from (844) 700-0561 reported as Asking For Money by ramjet1946

Most Notorious Toll-Free Phone Scams

Our Hall of Shame highlights the numbers of the worst toll-free phone scammers and spammers. Below you’ll find the worst offenders according to our community of CallerSmart users when it comes to toll-free phone scams. These are the toll-free numbers with the lowest Trust Factor ratings and the most negative feedback so please beware!

There is currently no Hall of Shame for Toll-Free.

Recent Toll-Free Activity

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