uncover star 67?
i am getting prank calls and the person is using star 67 to hide his/her identity, is there any way i can unhide the info? can i hook my phone up to my computer and do something?
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
This is Alex M.
You can either do (I think) *57, and the call would be traced, or maybe *67 would trace the call, but I doubt it. You can also call your phone company to block private callers. Also warn those pranksters that you will call the police (it's happened to me) :(
- 5 years ago
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- 1 decade ago
The answer is this: You have Caller ID, Dial *77. That will turn on Annonomouse Caller Rejection. Anybody that doesn't identify themselves will not get thru (except for telemarketers! -- Then it will read: "Unknown Caller"! *PESKY TELEMARKETERS! :p!) But everybody else just won't get thru. When they try to call, they will get a message saying you do not accept blocked calls, and to unblock their call if they wanna get thru!
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- ElizabethLv 44 years ago
Jerusalem fell between 586 and 587 B.C., This is stated in virtually all encyclopaedias and supported by a significant volume of historical information. To arrive at 1914 the Watchtower claims his figure is wrong and that Jerusalem was destroyed in 607 B.C. This is highly significant; if the Gentile times did not end in 1914 then the Watchtower Society was not chosen by Jesus in 1919. There are numerous ways used to determine that Jerusalem fell in 587 B.C. This includes Ptolemy's Canon, the Nabonidus Chronicle, Harran, Hillah stele and synchronization with Egyptian chronology. The Dictionary of Biblical Archaeology, page 274 states "Archaeological evidence for the destruction of the kingdom in 586 B.C. comes from Jerusalem, Lachish, Tell Beit Mirsim, and other sites." Tens of thousands of detailed Economic-administrative and legal documents have been unearthed outlining daily, monthly and yearly occurrences during the reign of the Babylonian kings. Prosopography is the study of careers and makes the Watchtowers addition of twenty years to Babylonian history unlikely due to the extending the life span of discovered Babylonians. A comparison of business people such as the Egibi business house with Watchtower chronology would require people mentioned in these records to have been working to over the age of 100. Likewise the Adad-guppi' stele would require the mother of Nabonidus to have lived until the age of 121. The highly predicable nature of the stars and planets makes astronomical observations invaluable in dating prior events. Babylonians placed great importance on astrology and the thousands of records uncovered prove precisely the dates for the reign of Babylonian kings. VAT 4956 provides 30 observations, 5 of which place Nebuchadnezzar's 37th year as 568/67 B.C.E., making this an absolute date. This is significant as 2 Kings 25:2,8 places "the eleventh year of King Zedekiah" in "the nineteenth year of King Nebuchadnezzar", proving beyond doubt the date for the fall of Jerusalem. Watchtower Refute The Watchtower claims that the above evidence is all meaningless, wrong and cannot be trusted, because it disagrees with [Watchtower] interpretation of Bible prophecy. "If we follow the accurate timekeeping of Jehovah God as recorded in his Word, we see that the desolation of Judah ran from 607 to 537 B.C.E. and will thereby avoid making the mistake of the chronologers of Christendom who ignore the prophecy of the seventy years' desolation and date Jerusalem's destruction as occurring in 587 B.C.E. They limit the desolation of Jerusalem and the land of Judah to merely fifty years, accepting the unreliable calculations of pagan historians rather than the infallible Word of God." Watchtower 1965 September 15 p.569 "However, where the interpretation of these findings conflicts with clear statements in the Bible, we accept with confidence what the Holy Scriptures say, whether on matters related to chronology or any other topic." Watchtower 1989 March 15 p.22 This baseless argumentation is counterproductive, as the Watchtower relies on the very same historical records to arrive 607 B.C. 607 can only be determined by using historical records to calculate when Babylon fell. Archaeological evidence that exists to show that the destruction of Jerusalem was in 586/587 B.C. is the same evidence that the Society uses to prove 539 B.C. was the destruction of Babylon. Furthermore, the claim that 587 conflicts with Bible prophecy is not a relevant argument, as there are historically acceptable ways to reconcile the prophecy. Not surprisingly, since the Watchtower relies on historical evidence to prove when Babylon fell, information presented in the Watchtower's own journals can be used to show that 607 B.C. is wrong.
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- 1 decade ago
If its getting bad or harassing/malicious call your local police and the telephone company. Make sure you have the time and date of the call. This makes it easy for the tech to trace the call.
If you look in you local phone book in the front it should say the steps for filing a complaint. It is ilegal to use phone lines to make harassing/malicious calls.Source(s): Telephone Tech 7 years
- 1 decade ago
the cops can do that for you, at least that's what people ahve threatened me with when i *67 them. lol.
- M GLv 51 decade ago
All you could really do is contact the phone company with a complaint.