Thursday

What Tangled Webs

Okay, I think I’ve strung you along long enough, Faithful Readers and Captivated Disciples.

I won’t lie, it’s been fun toying with your heats and minds, laughing maniacally as you gazed up at me from that pit in the floor I threw you into. Ignoring your tortured pleas for mercy and demanding that it rubs the lotion on its skin, or else it gets the hose again.

Fine, playtime’s over. I’m going to tell you, hands down, the best way to get an address from a telephone number, listed or not.

Yeah, I know I’ve hinted in a few posts and thrown you the collective bone or two. But this time, you get the bonus package, baby.

I’m going to tell you the one place that has every address associated with every phone number in the known universe. And no, it’s not:

The Police

The FBI

The CIA

The NSA

None of em’. Are you ready?

It’s Domino’s Pizza.

Yep, the one place in the free world that absolutely knows where you live is Dominos.

Why? Because you told them.

And if you know how to ask, they, in turn, will tell anyone.

Here’s the drill:

So you have a phone number you can’t get any info on, eh? You’ve tried on line reversal sites, you’ve Googled, and zippo.

Okay, we go back to Fone Finder. Plug in the area code and first three digits and we get the city it originates from. With any luck, it’s not NYC, NY or Los Angeles, CA. If so, may the God of your fathers be with you.

Assuming it’s not, we take the city information and go to the Dominos store locator page. Plug the city and state in there and we get the stores in that service area.

Now the fun begins.

Start calling the stores with your Caller ID blocked (*67 then the number). When Joey Zitface answers at the Bugtussle, OK location, he’ll be dumbfounded that their Caller ID database didn’t generate a number and address for him. Tell him this is for delivery, and he’ll ask the magic question:

“Can I have your phone number?”

Yes, Joey…yes you may…

Give him the suspect number and Joey will dutifully ask if you live at 123 Pretext Lane like the good little lemming he is.

Or maybe he won’t. Apparently, there are still two to three people on God’s green earth who have never ordered from their neighborhood Dominos. Or maybe their town doesn’t have a Dominos (I know…I know). Fine, hit any internet yellow pages and find every pizza joint in town. Call them up with the same spiel and eventually you will get a hit.

Or, maybe not. But trust me, you will.

You people don’t deserve me…

8 Comments:

Blogger Dennie McDonald said...

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10:47 AM  
Blogger Dennie McDonald said...

too much information ...?!?!?!

10:48 AM  
Blogger Dennie McDonald said...

I uh ... decided it was too much info - LOL

1:43 PM  
Blogger Johnny Undercover said...

Did it have your SS# and bank account info?

Because I promise not to misuse them (crosses fingers...laughs maniacally)

1:48 PM  
Blogger G-MAN said...

Crap! I can't call Dominos anymore!

5:16 PM  
Blogger Dennie McDonald said...

man if you can get a good thing w/ my SS# or bank account you're a real genius - HA!

7:46 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

So, do you get to charge for all that time? Cuz you could easily spend a couple of hours running that scam before, or if, it pays off. Which is not a problem as long as you can get paid for it. Seems sometimes a customer doesn't appreciate the amount of time it takes to track some of these people down.

3:16 PM  
Anonymous Private Investigator Austin Texas said...

Wonderful post!!! Pizza Hut will sell you their phone listings for a price. Not so long ago the FBI found some bank robbers using this method which goes to show you that even bank robbers like to eat pizza. Another ploy is to use a spoof card if you know the phone number (which makes you more credible)and follow the instructions in the article. Thanks again for the article - it reminds me to use this when all else fails.

1:44 AM  

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