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    (866) 419-2780 from New York, NY
  • 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


Recent Toll-Free CallerSmart User Activity

  • bmdowney901 just unlocked their Scientist badge because their Caller I.Q. score increased - congrats!
  • New feedback on (866) 419-2780 by bmdowney901: "Bill Collector for many different companies. Does not stop calling even if you did not have an account with the company they think you did. Very annoying. "
  • Call from (888) 614-6020 reported as Trusted Caller by kickingassk
  • xb0xm1o45 just unlocked their Freedom Fighter badge because their Caller I.Q. score increased - congrats!
  • First caller feedback on (877) 294-7880 shared by xb0xm1o45: "WalMart Credit Card Customer Service helped me do every thing like make a payment through a phone. I highly trust this number"
  • Call from (866) 516-0115 reported as Trusted Caller by nonamugrauer
  • Call from (866) 474-5151 reported as Dead Air by thomgarcia
  • jvinhy just unlocked their Heroine badge because their Caller I.Q. score increased - congrats!
  • First caller feedback on (800) 430-0946 shared by jvinhy: "They were speaking Chinese "
  • Call from (855) 407-4936 reported as Trusted Caller by Marshallaw
  • PMajeske just unlocked their Freedom Fighter badge because their Caller I.Q. score increased - congrats!
  • First caller feedback on (866) 820-2882 shared by PMajeske: "This is a phishing scam! Caller left a message saying she was Linda Rogers calling regarding your unsecured debt.I have no unsecured debt. Plus, the caller never identified the company name. Do not be scammed!"
  • Call from (800) 368-5351 reported as Trusted Caller by cupertinotony
  • darthdraz just unlocked their Statesman badge because their Caller I.Q. score increased - congrats!
  • First caller feedback on (888) 441-9603 shared by darthdraz: "Tech Support scam that will say there are issues on your network and you have to go to their website."
  • First caller feedback on (844) 474-9959 shared by codyfitz: "Out of state moving company that called me twice but did not leave a message. Have never contacted this company."
  • melanmark just unlocked their Patriot badge because their Caller I.Q. score increased - congrats!
  • New feedback on (800) 692-7753 by melanmark: "Apparently this is Apple's real number, but it is also being used by scammers to connect you to another number. Beware."
  • Call from (844) 559-7999 reported as Trusted Caller by SuperDuper
  • Call from (800) 772-2211 reported as Dead Air by jebpaulraj

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!

  • 888-815-6806

    Tollfree Scammer 2 Debt Collector 1

    Student loan scammer. Calling about my federal student loans that I don't have

    Identified as Debt Collector by God0fMars at 02:03pm on 05/07/18


    Tollfree Trusted Caller 2 Dead Air 2

    Direct tv is this numbers originating home.. It's a safe

    Identified as Trusted Caller by mikepayne44 from CA
  • 800-369-4887

    Tollfree Scammer 2 Spam Texter 1

    Text message to my WORK phone claiming to be the fraud department for a bank I have no account at, and a credit card number not assigned to me.

    Identified as Spam Texter by inspirepassion from Westerville, OH


    Tollfree Debt Collector 1 Spam Texter 1

    Spammer that doesn't ever leave a message and keeps calling

    Identified as Debt Collector by God0fMars at 04:12pm on 08/02/18
  • 800-695-9478

    Tollfree Scammer 2 Debt Collector 1

    Scammer - says that your Victoria’s Secret acct is going to collections. Wants you to provide cc number.

    Identified as Scammer by cmagnus from Corning, NY


    Tollfree Dead Air 3

    This number has been identified as dead air or scammer, blocked.

    Identified as Dead Air by marauder53 from Bakersfield, CA
  • 855-279-3477

    Tollfree Scammer 3

    Your computer license has expired scam.

    Identified as Scammer by kd4ekz from New York, NY


    Tollfree Scammer 3

    They are scamming! They say they are social security gov and they are not. Don't trust them. Social security is aware they are doing this and they are using this number that is legit on social security website by masking their line by using social security 1800 number. Social security said they will never call you to tell you your social has been compromised, they would send you a price of mail letting you know. Don't verify anything with them.

    Identified as Scammer by lorybetan at 03:42am on 12/21/18
  • 800-331-0500

    Tollfree Scammer 9 Trusted Caller 8

    I don't have AT&T, so this is a total SCAM

    Identified as Scammer by javavino at 05:59pm on 06/17/18


    Tollfree Trusted Caller 7 Scammer 4

    Spam artist... Continuously calls

    Identified as Scammer by pascow24 from Santa Monica, CA
  • 800-618-2247

    Tollfree Dead Air 1 Asking For Money 1

    Every time I answer there is nobody on the other end

    Identified as Dead Air by spams from Orlando, FL


    Tollfree Scammer 3

    I don't have a PNC Bank account. But received this: Call 1-888-PNC-BANK (1-888-762-2265) to get started. Be sure to have your: Telephone Banking user ID (In most cases, this is the same as your Online Banking User ID or for first time users, it may be your Social Security Number)

    Identified as Scammer by cernichtwins at 04:03pm on 08/28/18
  • 800-838-8434

    Tollfree Debt Collector 1 Scammer 1

    Conns collection it's from a call center outside the USA

    Identified as Debt Collector by Bosoxs76 from Laveen, AZ


    Tollfree Spam Texter 1 Scammer 1

    This is a bogus person looking for a giant scam do not answer

    Identified as Spam Texter by rponce2 at 11:22pm on 08/15/18
  • 800-741-2100

    Tollfree Scammer 2

    This number belongs to a man named Bryan Martin. He claims to work for Financial services debt collector. He had only called me two times and then he stopped. I have since kept his number programmed into my phone in case he ever calls again.

    Identified as Scammer by Stronger18 at 04:52am on 09/12/18


    Tollfree Dead Air 1 Scammer 1

    Caller leaves no voice mail.

    Identified as Dead Air by jason.jsumusic at 10:14pm on 06/07/18
  • 855-222-6899

    Tollfree Scammer 2

    Said they were from Microsoft and if you don’t update you can no longer use your computer

    Identified as Scammer by MarthaMc from Ottawa


    Tollfree Scammer 2

    I'm guessing this number belongs to Telemarketers

    Identified as Scammer by Haunani from Washington, DC
  • 855-222-8463

    Tollfree Spam Texter 1 Scammer 1

    This number calls me and leaves a bot generic message.

    Identified as Spam Texter by Chameleon_Gurl from Champlin, MN


    Tollfree Scammer 2

    Caller says I am owed a refund by Microsoft for computer services, caller is a recording of a women with no accent ( they are getting smart). She gives you a number to call, I called it just to see what would happen. A man with a heavy accent answered and proceeded to explain that he needed me to go on my computer and do this and that. I said why don't you just mail me my refund? He insisted that it had to be done this way, so I told him not to call my number again. They still call once a day!

    Identified as Scammer by [email protected] from Stroudsburg, PA

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