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Unfortunately, telephone spoofing, which may be an act of fraud in many cases, has become very widespread over the past few years. The sale of "spoofcard" software is also rampant. Some sellers of this type of software claim it is not traceable, but there are ways to track this.
Many companies that mention "spoof card investigations" or something similar in their advertisements are actually SELLERS of spoofing software.
Here is a company that investigates telephone spoofing: http://www.investigativelog.com/Telephone_Fraud.html
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Depending on what you find out through the link I gave you, if you have more specific questions about this, please just post your question to my attention in the subject line - like this: Attention MsWest. I will then see your question quickly and be able to help you further.
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I am still trying to find someone who specializes in the deciphering and tracking of telephone records. When I locate the proper person/company, I will have a Just Answer administrator contact you. We can then continue from there.
This may take a bit of time, so please be patient while I do some research for you.
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