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tellows provides information to identify trustworthy or potential risk calls - thanks to our worldwide community.
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We categorise calls by type (debt collection, serious number, sweepstakes, etc.) and give the number in question a tellows score, which indicates whether a number is trustworthy or suspicious, helping you to decide whether or not to take the call.
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We've all had to deal with the same thing.
Does your phone ring as relentlessly at dawn as it does at noon and dusk? The displayed number of the caller is unknown to you yet this very number calls several times a day? Are nuisance calls and telemarketers harassing you while you keep wondering Who is calling? Unsurprisingly there are thousands of others suffering the same agony of unsolicited calls. Therefore, tellows.in has committed itself to provide a platform for all those whose nerves are grinded down by the continious ring of the their phones. Tellows aims at the distribution of knowledge and information on dangerous spam and scam numbers. Therewith, people will know who calls and know whether it is wise to answer the phone or leave it be. Furthermore, tellows offers two features to assist in the identification of the numbers: the tellows-score and maps marking the approximate location of the caller. Join our international community that is currently operating in over 45 countries download the tellows app today for your iPhone or Android to protect yourself against unwanted calls.
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Where does the information on telephone numbers come from?
Every information on a number is the sum of all the experience the tellows users share via comments and by rating the number according to its danger. The combination of the rating and the categorisation in the comments feeds a complex algorithm that ultimately generates the tellows-score, hence, indicating the trustworthiness of each number. However, the vast bulk of information on dangerous spam and scam numbers requires you and your willingness to share you experience and knowledge in order to help people and warn them before they suffer the inconvinience of being spammed and scammed.