[access-uk] Re: TrueCall

Hi Will

The manual and Q&A on the TrueCall website answer all these questions and a
whole lot more besides.  I have sent you the manuals in PDF format
separately.


Kind Regards,

Jackie Cairns

-----Original Message-----
From: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of
william lomas
Sent: 22 May 2012 10:55
To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [access-uk] Re: TrueCall

i'd be interested in the manual please in PDF Quwtion though please; as most
numbers are with held how do you known  that a with held number is not say a
company offering you a job, or british gas, or someone?

On 22 May 2012, at 10:41, Jackie Cairns wrote:

> Some months ago, on whichever of these lists, a thread evolved, about 
> a product called TrueCall.  It is a small machine that plugs into your 
> phone line, and stops nuisance and unwanted overseas calls from 
> companies or individuals who ring to tell you your computer is on the 
> blink.  If you are daft enough, they tell you to go into different 
> settings so they can hack in.  Although BT offers services, not all of 
> them work to be perfectly frank, and some you have to pay for.  So 
> when someone on one of these lists recommended TrueCall, Martin and I did
some research and read the manual.
> 
> We have now bought one, and have had no unwanted calls ever since.  
> You can zap people you don't want bothering you, and you can buy an SD 
> card for the machine to record conversations or messages.  The whole 
> bundle is extremely accessible, and you can find out more info at 
> www.truecall.co.uk
> 
> You can get it on Amazon as well, but TrueCall are very helpful, and 
> have a free phone number for contacting a person directly.
> 
> I have the manuals in PDF or converted to txt format if anyone wants 
> to take a look.
> 
> Kind Regards,
> 
> Jackie Cairns
> 
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