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Your number was spoofed. Some scammer uses random local numbers to call other people since local numbers are more likely to be answered when they show on ID.
There's nothing you you can do about that.
Ok, that's what I thought. Thanks for the reply.
T-mobile is our carrier and as such has an obligation to protect its customers from scams and spoofing. How is it the T-mobile can track every call I make or receive to each number, to the very second, and yet they do nothing to protect customers from such nefarious activity. Shameful that they have the tools but refuse to go after and block the lines on witch these computers make thousands of cold calls each hour.
Oh yes, T-mobile and the other carriers make money off every call that goes through their lines and switches. So they profit from illegal and illicit calls.
Hey T-mobile how about taking real action to protect your customers from fraud and caller ID spoofing. Look at your contract ... you are obligated by law to do so. T-mobile staff, Stop shurking your responsibility and end these scamming attempts now. You have the tools to black the robots that make 100s of calls each hour.