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Disposable phone numbers?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by tooslim, Nov 5, 2009.

  1. tooslim

    tooslim Regular Member

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    i wasnt sure where to put this. so i hope this works.

    I had a question though, is there some free service online to where you can get a temporary phone number for free. its for a phone verify and they leave a message with the verification code.

    the only ones ive found youhave to pay for and i need to make a new one every time i make an account, if you get what im saying.

    thanks in advance
     
  2. zebrahat

    zebrahat Elite Member

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    K7 and Bueno worked until recently, but seem to have both stopped (you can try them out to be sure). There are other services that will give you a free number, but these days they always come with an extension, and/or have a voicemail system requiring you to input a number or code to retrieve a call.

    This makes hearing a phone verify message in time enough to hear the PIN# extremely difficult or impossible. Your other options are bringing your portable internet device to a mall, hotel or park hotspot and using the pay phone banks, or else tricking people into phone verifying for you (via BH methods).
     
  3. tooslim

    tooslim Regular Member

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    damn that was the response i was not hoping for. the only other ones ive seen you have to pay for however many numbers
     
  4. w84it

    w84it Regular Member

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    if it was that easy to get phone numbers do you really think PVA's would sell for ~$6 ?
     
  5. absinthekid1

    absinthekid1 Junior Member

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    inumbr.com used to be free also but it had an extension linked to it...now it costs 4.95 a month for 3 numbers.
     
  6. whghost

    whghost Junior Member

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    Well , it's sold at that price cause it takes time and the seller knows a source others dont. BUt I'm sure pva sellers get them rather easy.
     
  7. tooslim

    tooslim Regular Member

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    any others? phone verification is a b**ch now
     
  8. theconfidenceman

    theconfidenceman Regular Member

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    ive tried most of the phone number providers available, and many offer free trials, yet NONE of them work. There is a way for the phone verification system to know whether its a forwarding service / throwaway number and are programmed not to work.