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Okay, that answers the letter of my question, but ducks its intent. Since it's a foreign concern (no surprises there), what's the intent behind putting up a website that trades in our personal information? Every complaint we've had about a silent number being listed has always been tracked down to the original source, which so far has always found the white pages at fault.OK but if you are apparently using the White Pages (although not in my case) aren't you doing the same thing – infringing copyright the same as DTMS?Edit: Apparently that wasn't the request in question.Could you please send us an email referencing this thread so that we can check what database you were found in? OK but if you are apparently using the White Pages (although not in my case) aren't you doing the same thing – infringing copyright the same as DTMS? Also, one of the names that comes up is my brother in law who hasn't lived at home for 6 years or so and was never associated with the home phone account in the first place and then there is also an unknown name which is ridiculous. Aren't you breaking the law by posting my details given my number is silent?That is really a rhetorical question because that part of it doesn't concern or affect me but I'm just saying. My parents in law number comes up which is silent and has been since phones were invented. We collect as many names as we can from various sources that are attached to addresses. The fact that I'm paying for a service to aide towards security and privacy only to have a site like this counteract that is disgusting.Also, one of the names that comes up is my brother in law who hasn't lived at home for 6 years or so and was never associated with the home phone account in the first place and then there is also an unknown name which is ridiculous. When a record is searched and the most recent entry is for example 'Smith, A' we then check our other databases for any Smith's that have ever been associated with that address and show the initials we find. Surely this is some sort of breach of privacy laws?
But having a silent number means that it has never been in the white pages (in my case) so this suggestion by Reverse Australia in their email to Aegy...... It did find my disabled landline number which my naked dsl runs off though. Couldn't be bothered to find out why they want facebook membership to find out full details.
Well I have a silent number – it has been silent since I moved into the house I am in now (almost 12 years) and it was a fresh number (I am the only person to ever have it).
I just tried it on their database and it brings up some of my details – my first initial and last name as well as my suburb and state and (wrong) postcode. In fact, the picture has a pop-up that states something to that effect.
There is also the google map displaying my suburb and a note stating this: I can't find any button to see these "accurate details" though. or whatever it was get taken down some time back for something similar?
Seriously unimpressed and will be applying for removal. EDIT: you have got to be kidding – I found the button – I just had to agree to sign in with facebook – and there are all my details – full address and all. Thanks again for this thread as I never would have known. Put a business listing I use in the search field and got a positive hit on it, came up with my surname and suburb as well....... yeah greypages got taken down as well as that DTMS CD getting sued or whatever – it was to do with reverse lookup being illegal here.
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I tried my own phone number, and according to the photo I seem to be living in the dumpster out back of the local post office. Don't get me wrong, I like the idea, before ringing a missed call I have looked it up on the internet in the past but to mostly no avail.