What is a Spoof Card?
SpoofClub.com is your spoof prepaid calling card headquarters. SpoofClub.com is powered by BluffMyCall.com formerly 123Spoof.com. We are an authorized partner of their products and services.
How does Spoof Club's (and most any other caller ID spoof's) system work? First you purchase minutes much like a calling card or prepaid cell phone service. Prices range from $10.00 for 60 minutes to $80.00 for 480 minutes. Purchases may only be made with a credit card or via PayPal.
Next, you receive a Personal Identification Number (PIN) to access your minutes. The PIN(s) arrive via email with instructions or via USPS in their physical form with a scratch off area to reveal PIN. Using a telephone number provided by Spoof Club, you dial into the service, indicate the number you wish to call; the number and name you wish to appear on the receiving caller ID (depends on service); and then are offered the options of changing your voice, changing the voice gender and recording a message or making the call direct. You may also record your calls as they occur.
Secondly, you can create your own unique number to be identified by. For example it takes distinctive ring tones one step further. Your nickname may appear on the caller ID as well as your favorite number, identifying you, as the caller, in a unique way.
Thirdly, businesses such as doctor's offices may find it useful when they are on call. Instead of calling patients back and having their cell or home phone number appear on the caller ID and possibly be used in the future, and bypassing the call service, doctors may program the system to have their office name and telephone number appear on the caller ID, even when returning patients' emergency or after hours calls.
IS IT LEGAL? YES!
S. 30: Truth in Caller ID Act of 2009 Sec. 2. (e)(1)
7 (1) IN GENERAL.It shall be unlawful for any
8 person within the United States, in connection with
9 any telecommunications service or IP-enabled voice
10 service, to cause any caller identification service to
11 knowingly transmit misleading or inaccurate caller
12 identification information with the intent to defraud,
13 cause harm, or wrongfully obtain anything of value,
14 unless such transmission is exempted pursuant to
15 paragraph (3)(B)."