How to make a untraceable phone call

Answers to How to make a untraceable phone call

By calling someone, you can be traced, while *67 will hide your CID info it will not hide your ANI (the service that 911 and many 800 and 900 numbers use to identify who is calling) anyone can dial *57 after a call is received to initiate a call trace.

Using a softphone type of application may make it much more difficult to trace the call if the carrier does not pass along the proper ANI, however the carrier could most likely be identified from the sent ANI, and a subpoena of the carriers call records could be used to trace the IP address of the caller to the callers location.

Here is a quick test you can do dial *67 to block your CID from being sent, then dial 1-866-my-ani-is ... most likely unless you are using skype your phone number will be read back to you...

For more info on call trace you can call 1-866-trace-4-u.

Payphones, and "disposable" pre-pay phones if you want to reduce your chances of being caught... just make sure not to use the same payphones over and over to cause the phone to come under surveillance.. and the pre-pay can be tracked wherever it is when it is on, so only turn it on to make calls, and only in "secure" locations... be aware of your surroundings, and where video surveillance is located..

You can't make your call untraceable. If you want to block your cell phone number from showing up on other phones (for whatever reason), you can do it temporarily simply by dialing *67 before the number you're calling. According to tech how-to site How To Do Things, you won't have any way to tell this is working (it does), but if you want to reassure yourself just call another phone number that has caller ID to double-check that your number, indeed, is blocked.

*69 tells you what number called you last - if it was blocked it'll say the number can't be connected to.

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