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Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, How will a Prospect View my Call?

When a phone flashes a warning that your call is “Scam Likely” or “Potential Fraud,” it’s like walking into

When a phone flashes a warning that your call is “Scam Likely” or “Potential Fraud,” it’s like walking into an important business meeting without realizing someone pasted a note on your forehead that says "CRIMINAL." Your odds of closing the deal just plummeted faster than a paralyzed falcon.

Fortunately you can avoid this admittedly unlikely scenario, thanks to a German chemist named Justus von Liebig, who in 1835 developed a process for applying a thin layer of metallic silver to one side of a pane of glass, allowing for the mass production of mirrors. A glance in a mirror reveals exactly how everyone else sees you, thus allowing you to remove any nasty notes taped to your forehead before you walk into a meeting. 

Unfortunately, the algorithms designed by carriers to curb illegal robocalls, along with mobile device solutions like Samsung's Smart Call, routinely tag perfectly legitimate business calls as “Scam Likely” or “Probable Fraud,” and the many hapless companies placing calls with tainted numbers often use them for months without realizing that Caller ID has arbitrarily labeled their calls as illegal.  

With NumberVerifier, you no longer need to worry about how your calls appear on smartphone screens. NumberVerifier is a highly effective, easy-to-use solution that acts as a virtual mirror for your outbound phone numbers, displaying exactly what the person you’re calling will see when they reach for the phone.

Don't waste another day (not to mention who knows how many dollars) not knowing how your calls appear to the people you're trying to reach. Schedule a demo today and put your numbers to the test.

You can also access NumberVerifier directly from the Blacklist Alliance user dashboard by clicking the NumberVerifier Module. Remember, all Alliance members receive a free initial load of up to 1,000 numbers when they establish an account.