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While out scanning last night I ran into 800-674-xxxx. Which no matter which number I hit in that range I got the same ole. Bling "Please enter your MCI card number now." which no matter what I hit would let me get through only to the MCI op. but the 8585 it sounds like your talking thru a tunnel when talking to the op. Weird thou. ;)

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hmmm, what do the ops say to you???

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they ask you what number you're trying to reach, and if you would like them to dial it for you. try it out it's interesting. she sounds a little muffled, but it does sound interesting. B)

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what card number did you enter dox, what number did you call even, She asked me for my card number

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i just entered "1" and waited, it then told me to enter this or that if i wanted to reach america, and something else if i wanted to reach something else. i still waited and the op came on asking if she could dial the number for me.

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I don't know, what did you dial, ex. 800674xxxx??? I tried that and it didn't work.

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I called a few numbers randomly. 1800-674-0000 is not in service, 674-1111 is a pr0n ad for the talkline (I swear, pilgrim telephone has like a million numbers) and most of the random numbers I dialed were MCI. I was too busy to talk to the ops, I just wanted to see how many numbers were this MCI thing. I would suggest trying to get the op to dial a toll-free number for you. Say your blind, or your the MCI tech or some bullshit. If they dial for you then this may be a new way of spoofing caller id and ANI. And remember kids, always op-divert. [*][0][#]

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Lately, I have bought a rotary phone. That way, I just tell the operator I'm on a rotary phone, and (s)he dials for me.

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