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ckear your cookies, then you get do it again...

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Best bet is to block cookies from folgers.com

Then, rack 'em up!

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fixed

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Well you can do it on the same email, all you really have to do is change any field, then just copy and paste the info you need from the calling card info! :grr:

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Unknown entity brought it to my attention that the Bell's Mind PBX could not be reached by the Folger's calling card. I registered for one, debugged the issue on my end, and now it works just fine. Thanks for the heads up!

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If anyone comes up with a perl script for it, please post it.

Has anyone had issues with circuits being busy and being unable to place a call?

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fixed

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Second it, block the cookies from folgers.com, you can put any crap you want in the boxes as long as the email address has a @blah.com or whatever and you type the correct number from the image. Don't know if you'd be able to automate it because of that...

Oh, and they are 30 minutes now.

The Abstruse One

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i just tried again this morning and they do not seem to accept any more requests even if i use "real looking" info.

i get a plain text page saying:

Method Not Allowed

An error has occurred.

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How does this not let you call from a payphone? o_O

Awesome stuff, btw!

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any idea why it rings 3x then says "calling party cannot be reached" or something similar to that. i thought at first it was the guy i was calling, then i tried a number i know is in service and got the same thing. i would hate to thing ive benn doing htis for 15 minutes all in vain.

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How does this not let you call from a payphone? o_O

Awesome stuff, btw!

Class of service, Just fail to it with 10 10 ATT 0 so they dont pay the outrageous payphone phee

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Ah, I see.

Well, we could try and crack the algorithm, giving us all infinite amounts of cards, I suppose.

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Wouldn't you need to insert coins to fail to 10 10 ATT 0?

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Wouldn't you need to insert coins to fail to 10 10 ATT 0?

You're not failing to 10102880, you're using the dial-around to fail to Sprint.

Payphone -(Real ANI)-> AT&T Dial Around -(ANI Fail)-> Sprint 800 -(Sprint ANI or ANI Fail)-> Called party

Dial arounds are free to dial at a payphone. You will pay collect or credit card charges for toll calls though.

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I just op-divert to use them on a payphone.

Operator: Hello this is Lindsey, how can I help you?

Caustiq: Good evening Lindsey could you please dial a number for me, I'm special. (haha)

Operator: Yes, number please?

And so forth.

Is there a diffence between dialing 0 and dialing a '10-10' number for this method?

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Oh yes. That was wonderful when I heard it on PhreakPhactor. XD

I'll check this out. :)

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Is there a diffence between dialing 0 and dialing a '10-10' number for this method?

Yes. On Millennium payphones in Qwest territory 10-10-288-0 will not work and you must op divert. Strom explained to me that it is because 10-10-288-0 does not supervise and the phone does not allow audio in the forward direction* until answer supervision occurs.

My operator conversations go like this:

Qwest, this is ShitForBrains, may I help you?

Toll Free number please.

What is the number?

800...

Here is your call and sorry for any trouble.

*The forward direction is from the calling party to the called party.

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I just op-divert to use them on a payphone.

Operator: Hello this is Lindsey, how can I help you?

Caustiq: Good evening Lindsey could you please dial a number for me, I'm special. (haha)

Operator: Yes, number please?

And so forth.

Is there a diffence between dialing 0 and dialing a '10-10' number for this method?

"0" will route you to the local exchange carrier's operator.

"00" will route you to your presubscribed interexchange carrier's operator.

"101-XXXX-0" will route you to the operator of the interexchange carrier you specifiy with the Feature Group D Carrier Identification Code.

For example, assume I'm dialing from an SBC phone line in southern California presubscribed to AT&T. "0" gets me the local SBC operator, "00" gets me AT&T long distance. If I dial 101-0228-0, it gets me to the same place as dialing "00." If I dial 101-0333-0, it will route me to the Sprint long distance operator...and so on.

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Wouldn't you need to insert coins to fail to 10 10 ATT 0?

You're not failing to 10102880, you're using the dial-around to fail to Sprint.

Payphone -(Real ANI)-> AT&T Dial Around -(ANI Fail)-> Sprint 800 -(Sprint ANI or ANI Fail)-> Called party

Dial arounds are free to dial at a payphone. You will pay collect or credit card charges for toll calls though.

Ah, I see. So on the AT&T menu, one selects the "talk to an operator at a higher level of payment."

It's pretty funny trying to get operators that can't dial 800 numbers for you (when I pressed "0") to have insanely scripted conversations about how they can't dial 800 numbers for you.

"I'm disabled and I can't find the 8."

"It's right next to the 9."

"I can't find it though, this is a serious problem."

"I can't dial 800 numbers from here, but I can give you an 800 number that will connect you to someone who can."

"The 8 is broken."

"I can give you a number that will connect you to someone who can connect you to an 800 number."

And on, and on, and on.

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just call an operator a a 1-800# and get them to forward you to extension 9 so you can make external calls :)

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