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Trapcall Beta – Unmask Calls With Blocked Caller ID

step-2Have you ever wished that you were able to see who was calling, even if their number was blocked?  If the answer is yes, it looks as if TelTech Systems’ Trapcall may be the answer to your prayers!

Trapcall unmasks those “private calls” by forwarding those private calls that you ignore to their servers and then reforwards it back to your cellular device with all the caller information in tact!  In addition to unmasking those blocked numbers, Trapcall will also help block unwanted callers from calling you.

Other features include voicemail transcriptions in where the the voicemail will be converted to plain text and then sent to you by SMS.  Please be aware though that human beings do the transcriptions so you are authorizing Trapcall to listen to your voicemails!  Another feature is your ability to record calls…of course, one should make sure it is legal in the jurisdiction they plan on doing this! I know in Canada, as long as one of the two+ parties are aware of the recording, it is legal!

Right now Trapcall is still in the beta stage but it is available for any cell phone on the market today.

To try out the beta, just head on over to http://www.trapcall.com/signup

Let us know what you think!

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  1. Voice mail transcribing is done by humans, NOT machines.

  2. “-How does the Voicemail Transcription service work?
    In order to ensure the greatest accuracy, individuals working for TrapCall.com listen to your voicemails, transcribe them and send them to you as emails. TrapCall.com does not use machine processing. You should be aware that by using the voicemail transcription service you are authorizing TrapCall.com and its transcribers to access your voicemail box and listen to your personal voicemails.”

    fromt: https://www.trapcall.com/learnmore

  3. Wow I read that completely wrong! Fixed!

  4. The free service alone is totally worth it!

  5. the registration process with TrapCall scrapped the setup i did with YouMail. I redid the youmail setup, its just calling one number, but don’t know if that then scrapped the setup i did for trapcall.

    Can anyone else confirm this? are you only able to have one of the two services set up that require you to call a special number in order to take advantage of the service?

  6. Says not working for Verizon yet

  7. This service conflicts with my You Mail account.

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