SpyDialer.com has launched a new free website that lets users eavesdrop on the outgoing voicemail message of cell phones to learn who the user of the phone is. The free cell phone search has ignited concern about its use.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) November 09, 2011
A controversial new website created by a Los Angeles private investigator has Internet users debating its use. The website, Spy Dialer, is a free cell phone search that lets users legally eavesdrop on the outbound voicemail message of any U.S. based cell phone number. Now, web users are asking, “Is it cool or is it creepy?”
“It’s a tool to protect the privacy of someone who wants to know who a cell phone number belongs to without having to speak to someone they may not want to,” says Robert Scott, who created the website and is also a Los Angeles-based private investigator. “For example, a parent may see some texts they don’t like on their teenager’s phone. They want to know who’s sending the texts but they don’t want to necessarily talk to the person. Spy Dialer lets them anonymously listen to the outgoing voicemail message of the phone number to hear whose phone it is.”