Posting this, because I thought it was kind of neat.
I found a Russian website that lists U.S. (and supposedly Canadian) land-line phone numbers and who they belong to. Don't think it lists cell phones.
The neat thing about the site is that you can scroll up and down on the phone number lists and see who belongs to ALL the numbers. This could be bad if telemarketers get hold of this list.
The site in Russian is: http://usa-phones.ru/
Web site translated into English by Google:http://translate.google.com/translate?p ... ones.ru%2F
(Google seems to do a pretty decent job in its translation.)
I've been trying to fight off the telemarketers here. (Yesterday, I received a telemarketing call that actually spoofed my phone number -- yes, my name and phone number actually appeared on the caller ID, so I blocked my phone number as well). Comcast has increased the number of phone numbers a person can block from 10 to 25. Comcast is now recommending "nomorobo". Wonder if anyone in our group has experience with this? I tried to set it up, but need to register with some additional apps first.
Posted from my garage-door opener.