A spoof call is changing what the recipient sees on their caller ID when you call. If you don't want your phone number to be seen when calling a particular person, making a spoof call might be ideal. Making a spoof call involves using a third-party application. A third-party application for spoofing can change your voice and change the number on a caller ID. These third-party applications will allow you to successfully make a spoof call and trick the recipient of the call.
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- Third-party application
Register for the third-party application that will allow you to make a spoof call. Applications such as Spoofcard, Telespoof and Bluff My Call allow one free spoof call. If you want to continue making spoof calls, you must pay a minimal fee. To begin the process, visit the website of the application of your choice, and fill out the form to get the free spoof call.
Dial the toll-free number that will be given to you after you register on the website. It will prompt you to change your voice if you desire and dial the recipient's phone number. When you make the call, the recipient's caller ID should have a different phone number. Remember that you are given one free call, and that call might be timed. Check with the application to verify time limits.
Make your own spoof call by dialling 67 before making the call. Dialling 67 will block your phone number, making it invisible to any caller ID. After you dial 67, you will hear a short noise, after which you can continue making your call. With 67, the recipient will not know it's you calling. It does not, however, change your voice.
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