SpoofCard’s Stance On “Swatting”

December 11, 2012

Swatting needs to stop. That’s SpoofCards stance on this high-tech prank, plain and simple. We’ve seen it on the news and we’ve read about it in the papers. Swatting is becoming a dangerous prank that has no place in the modern world. Anyone who commits swatting should be held completely accountable for their actions and their…

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Logging In To The New SpoofCard

August 14, 2012

If you’re reading this, you’re probably reading it on the new and improved SpoofCard.com! We’re very excited about the new site and some of the changes we’ve made. One of the most important changes is how we handle logging in to SpoofCard.com, and eventually, how you’ll be logging in to all of our new mobile…

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Another Federal Court Strikes Down An Anti-Caller ID Spoofing Law

December 13, 2011

Great news today! We’ve prevailed in our lawsuit against the state of Mississippi, after a federal judge struck down the state’s recently enacted Anti-Caller ID Spoofing Act. Why is this a big deal? Because we’re now 2 for 2 in our lawsuits against states that have tried to create anti-Caller ID spoofing laws. You may…

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HR 1258

April 10, 2011

Congress Wants To Criminalize Legitimate Uses Of Caller ID Spoofing! Please Call Your Senator Today! SpoofCard and the rest of the industry opposes H.R. 1258 because this bill prohibits all spoofing done with the “intent to deceive.” The problem is that anyone using caller ID spoofing is arguably doing so with the intent to deceive, even if…

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SpoofText Launches Just In Time For April Fools’ Day!

March 31, 2011

Get ready for an April Fools’ Day that will go down in history! Today, we’ve launched our most frequently requested feature over the years – text message spoofing. We worked extra hard to put this together for you in time for April Fools’ tomorrow and we’re the ONLY company in the world that you will…

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An Update On S. 30: The Truth in Caller ID Act of 2009

January 6, 2011

Back in April SpoofCard contacted you, our customers, to warn you of a bill that was pending in Congress, H.R. 1258, which would have essentially banned the use of Caller ID “Spoofing”. We also informed you that there was another version in the Senate, S.30: The Truth In Caller ID Act of 2009, which included…

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Rush Limbaugh Talks SpoofCard

December 15, 2010

If you were listening to Rush Limbaugh today, and you’re now reading this blog, chances are you may have heard him talking about SpoofCard. If you weren’t tuned in, you can hear what Rush had to say below!

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SpoofCard’s Prank Calls App Hits The iTunes App Store

May 5, 2010

SpoofCard’s new iPhone and iPod Touch app, titled Prank Calls, is now available, for FREE, in the iTunes App Store! Our new Prank Calls app brings you hours of hilarious prank call recordings shared by real SpoofCard users through our SpoofCard Facebook App. We found the funniest user-generated prank call recordings and put them together…

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The Ali Wise Voicemail Hacking Case

April 30, 2010

Today, there was some confusion about the highly-publicized Ali Wise voicemail hacking case. After reading stories across the web, some readers came to believe that Ali Wise was prosecuted simply because she used SpoofCard. That was NOT the case at all! SpoofCard is NOT illegal! Ms. Wise plead guilty to eavesdropping and computer trespassing after…

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