TrapCall: Reveal No Caller ID – Epic Enterprises

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Epic Enterprises
Genre: Business
Release Date: May 21, 2014

If you are troubled by harassing blocked calls or the dreaded "No Caller ID", TrapCall will solve your problem. Sign up & get freedom from unwanted blocked calls, Unknown and "NO CALLER ID"! The world famous privacy app.

TONS OF AMAZING USES:
√ Find out who’s hiding behind "NO CALLER ID", Unknown & Blocked Calls!
√ Get the evidence you need to file a police report
√ Track down digital stalkers
√ Protect your privacy and safety
√ Make annoying unwanted calls stop
√ Automatically blocks over 200,000 known spam callers and telemarketers
√ Continuously updated spam call protection
√ Record your incoming phone calls for evidence (requires our Ultimate package)
√ Avoid needing to change your number!
√ Get your voicemails as text and SMS or emailed to you
√ Turn unfamiliar numbers into names, photos and addresses with Live Caller ID

TrapCall's spam call blocking will automatically block over 200,000 known spam numbers to your phone, so your phone will stop ringing with unwanted calls! When your phone does ring, you can be sure that you'll know who it is, even if the Caller ID was masked, thanks to TrapCall.

We are the only service in the world that helps protect you from harassing or threatening calls, by being able to see who’s calling you blocked. A must-have for anyone who is concerned about their safety, trying to track down a digital stalker, or wanting to put an end to annoying phone calls.

How's it work? Easy! When you receive a "No Caller ID" aka blocked call, just decline the call so it can be sent to us for unmasking, and within SECONDS we send the call back to your phone — with the number unmasked! You can even get the name and address associated with the number instantly via SMS!

**** To decline a call on the iPhone, simply press the Power button on the side or top of your iPhone two times! ****

AS SEEN IN:
√ The New York Times
√ Wired
√ MSNBC
√ CNET
√ Gizmodo
√ The Washington Times.

** TrapCall does not cost a fee to download in the App Store but the service requires a paid subscription **

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