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Did you receive a call from unknown caller ID and the caller did not leave any message? Wandering who that was? 800Notes is a free website that can help you identify unlisted phone numbers. Simply enter the caller’s phone number and 800Notes will check if there are other people who received the call from the same number and show their comments. One of the obvious ways to make use of 800Notes would be to identify and report phone spammers.

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Features:

  • Find and report annoying unlisted (“name unavailable”) phone numbers.
  • Extra: news, articles and videos related to telemarketing and robo-calling.

Check out 800notes @ www.800Notes.com

  1. Micrometer
    October 25, 2016 at 2:40 am

    800notes is an out-dated website, with old Articles, old News and incorrect Phone# entries. ANYONE is allowed to post whatever they feel like (true or false) about a number.
    Many threads are made up stories by trolls/shills and the ® Users contribute to the confusion, making it difficult to find whats factual.
    Today i posted info on 5 numbers from the past 3 days. 2 of those numbers had wrong information in them, just "troll" stories posted with the exact same info in multiple numbers all over. I watched the homepage, where the most recent posts display as soon as they are posted and seen the same name , same message in post after post. These posts are scrolled top to bottom sometimes in only a few mins. I caught a few and reported with the [!] button, but nobody ever deleted the posts. I commented in one about the info being the same as i seen in multiple others and my comment was deleted in just a few mins!
    Its my observations and experience that the site is unreliable to the usefulness in determining what a number actually belongs to. I suppose some of the information is correct, but buried in "shillwars" or deleted because someone challenged its validity of the posts there. I even seen a number that had over 6,000 comments! Who wants to sift through all that? I posted a small amount of info that explained the numbers purpose, but its doubtful anyone will find it without going right to page 289.
    IMHO the site is merely a magnet for attracting traffic for the purpose getting paid by advertisers. Ads are all over and it has a script that transmits traffic data to Google for its rating placement when someone searches for an unknown phone number, that been posted on their site, to ensure a 1st place spot in a search on Google.
    After experiencing the site, i would NOT recommend anyone going there if you are looking for reliable information on a number that called you.

  2. Mike Hunt
    October 15, 2016 at 10:30 pm

    The registered users @ 800notes.com are bullies who only post to entertain themselves and occasionally toss in some important info, self-justifying for posting at all. Instead of clearing out unwanted posts, they would rather bait people into an argument so they can each take turns marking your post with negative likes [-1] at the same time pat each other on the butt with a [+1], all the while the thread fills up with useless garbage , mostly from them.

    I even seen Sir Bedevere lie about why they didnt remove a fake post when asked, saying it wasnt a TOS violation, when in fact it was pointed out the specifics of the violation. He just removed that post, leaving his to show with his reason its wasnt a violation. Then on top of that he removed a post of the guy who questioned him and that guy didn't violate any TOS.
    Slim is the main troublemaker, baiting people into posting by grilling them with questions to make them prove their reasoning of their post, then discredit anything they say, so his buddies have a reason to troll the thread. They challenge anyone who asks a question and gangs up on them. When they are shown they were wrong about something, they simply remove your post into a PPMA ("Pending Post Moderation Approval"), which is never approved.
    The site is littered with PPMA, along with registered members posts heckling suspected troll/Shills, many of which they baited. There are also posts of them making fun of how people spell, why they responded to an older post, etc. Its understandable any message board needs to ensure trolling and spamming are monitored, but they act suspicious of anyone posting who responds to a reply made by them to the Original Poster. If you even remotely sound like your against them or their motives, your post is removed by PPMA. The site isnt even creditable with many numbers, since they dont challenge short story responses. Many trolls/shills take advantage of this and post nonsense stories , where some are challenged, but not removed because the registered users would be able to leave their own heckling posts without looking foolish. So its sometimes difficult to even find if a number has good information about it.

  3. Dar
    September 1, 2016 at 6:53 pm

    800notes is ran by government shills.
    The site has no official contact information which is common practice when the government collects the data.
    The poster known as Celtic Dragon is actually Kerry Chatwin.

    • Mike Hunt
      October 15, 2016 at 10:31 pm

      The registered users @ 800notes.com are bullies who only post to entertain themselves and occasionally toss in some important info, self-justifying for posting at all. Instead of clearing out unwanted posts, they would rather bait people into an argument so they can each take turns marking your post with negative likes [-1] at the same time pat each other on the butt with a [+1], all the while the thread fills up with useless garbage , mostly from them.

      I even seen Sir Bedevere lie about why they didnt remove a fake post when asked, saying it wasnt a TOS violation, when in fact it was pointed out the specifics of the violation. He just removed that post, leaving his to show with his reason its wasnt a violation. Then on top of that he removed a post of the guy who questioned him and that guy didn't violate any TOS.
      Slim is the main troublemaker, baiting people into posting by grilling them with questions to make them prove their reasoning of their post, then discredit anything they say, so his buddies have a reason to troll the thread. They challenge anyone who asks a question and gangs up on them. When they are shown they were wrong about something, they simply remove your post into a PPMA ("Pending Post Moderation Approval"), which is never approved.
      The site is littered with PPMA, along with registered members posts heckling suspected troll/Shills, many of which they baited. There are also posts of them making fun of how people spell, why they responded to an older post, etc. Its understandable any message board needs to ensure trolling and spamming are monitored, but they act suspicious of anyone posting who responds to a reply made by them to the Original Poster. If you even remotely sound like your against them or their motives, your post is removed by PPMA. The site isnt even creditable with many numbers, since they dont challenge short story responses. Many trolls/shills take advantage of this and post nonsense stories , where some are challenged, but not removed because the registered users would be able to leave their own heckling posts without looking foolish. So its sometimes difficult to even find if a number has good information about it.

  4. Jesica
    April 12, 2016 at 1:11 pm

    What about thiscaller.com or uscaller.com? What's the difference between these sites?

  5. Mellisa
    November 17, 2015 at 11:03 pm

    Looks like the 800 notes site went down as of 11-17-2015. What a shame. I really enjoyed using it over the years

  6. Kerry
    September 6, 2008 at 3:41 pm

    There's also callcatalog.com

  7. Ronald
    August 1, 2008 at 12:37 am

    I prefer phonespamfilter.com - it allows you to automatically block telemarketers. And i think the site is better designed.

  8. Larry
    May 29, 2008 at 9:58 am

    I have tested it, but it could not any info for the tested numbers. As I understood it, users can enter info about these numbers themselves.

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