|Re: Reverse 911|
|Rick Merrill (rick0.merrill@NOSPAM.gmail.com)|
Mon, 12 Mar 2007 16:40:53 -0400
Rick Merrill wrote:|
> Claude J Ortega wrote:
>>> Just received a call as follows:
>>> (999) 999-9999 NAME NOT FOUND
>>> and it was an "amber alert" about a missing boy in our town.
>>> Has anyone else heard of this?
>> Yep, my town is trying it out.
>> I have an answering machine on my line, to filter out the
> They would leave a message except that they want to be sure the message
> My wife's reaction was, "what?! I want to hear it again!"
> There should be a number that one can call back so that other
Apparently some services do provide that facility at an additional
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