It is a default setting on dialer software. Most larger TM companies have good software that can have the caller ID be whaterver they want (depending on who they're calling for they can have that clients # be the caller ID). The company calling you hasn't gotten around to placing the caller ID number yet.
Getting calls at my work place once or twice a week, usually after hours when I am not able to take the call. No message is left, and there is always a busy signal when I call back. Wonder who this is??
Hurricane relief plan number; area code '999' has been assigned by nanpa (nanpa.com). When there is no disaster, the number is unidentified; 'your call cannot be completed as dialed'. During hurricane Katrina, nanpa posted 999-999-9999 as a relief plan for all southerners in the USA. Caller ID spoofers also gain power to spoof their number using services listed below. Spoofers range from ordinary people, to companies--> well as organizations which prefer to screen their number.www.bored.com/dialpeoplewww.spoofcard.comwww.itelles.comwww.fakecaller.comwww.spoofem.comAnd much more. Some are free.
This was the most aggravating phone call at my place of business while dealing with customers. I wanted to scream this number came across my call id as Not Provided not once but 4 times on Tuesday 5/15/07 1st @ 12:06 pm , 2nd @ 12:43 pm , 3rd @2:29 pm 4th @ 2:37 pm. SOMEBODY PLEASE DO SOMETHING this is just one day prior to finding this website. Happened other times before and I am even on the national DO NOT CALL LIST. so much for that.
I have been getting calls ever since I booked my flight online. Figured they gave my number out. But twice now I have answered since they never left a message, and they just hang up on me? Very odd! When I try to call back it says that this 'my call cannot be completed as dialed'.
I got the call on my cell phone on 07/19.2007 at 9:42 AM. I didnt answer thinkin they were gonna leave a message n never did. I called it back later n it said this call cannot be completed at this time. Thats when I looked it up. Turns out that (999) is an area code in Missouri.