Here are a few ways of making your next phone call untraceable. There is no true guarantee on these procedures, but these steps will create difficulties of people tracing the calls back to you. Please use this information in a constructive manner!
Caller ID — the bane of telephones. This device will show your name and number to the person you’re calling. If you don’t want that to happen your telephone service has a feature to have “private name” and “private number” on this device by pressing *67. This will not work for dialing 911 or 800 and 900 numbers. Callers can trace the call anonymously and report harassment pressing *57.
Another way to hide your tracks is find an internet telephone program. Voice over IP and Softphone are good...
Did you know that the number of international long distance calls from the United States has skyrocketed from only about 200 million a year to more than 6.2 billion per year over the past 20 years? With so many international calls being made on a regular basis, consumers need to have the best information on how to make and how to save on those calls. Whether you call your friend in China once a year just to say “hello,” or call your family in Mexico on a weekly basis, you want to make your calls with ease and at the best rates available. Read on to find out how!
Once you find the country code you wish to dial, simply dial using this formula: 011 + country code + city code + phone number
So, if we were to call Tokyo, Japan, it would look like this: 011...
I know back in school, woodworks class to be more specific, measurements were the bane of my existence. I just wanted to cut things up and hammer, not really caring how they looked in the end. My woodworks teacher instilled long sessions drilling me on how to read a ruler and the golden rule of measurement:
Measure twice, cut once.
Pencil, pen, crayon or marker (some form of writing instrument)
There are two sides to every story. Likewise, there are two sides to every ruler, the metric and the inch. The metric ruler is used all over the world and is the most uniform system of measurement. The inch is part of the English system of measurement (used only in the USA!)
Since I hold true to my American side, I will start with the English...