Call centers are employing call monitoring as a tool to mitigate flags, labels and identify call spoofing efforts. However even with call monitoring, your caller ID can show differently across major carriers. How does your caller ID display?
Spoofing Tips and News
The concept of spoofing is simple. Cloak your actual caller ID and display something completely different. Unfortunately, it’s not that easy. There are many uses for spoofing in business and not all of them are straightforward. Most importantly, it’s not always legal. These articles help you stay informed about call spoofing and learn how companies use it the correct way.
Call centers are evolving and must adapt to new trends and technology. Healthcare call centers may see the biggest changes with the advent of telemedicine. These tips will help your call center maintain it's phone number and business reputation.
STIR/SHAKEN has been in the works for well over 2 years now. While robocalls saw a dip during the height of the pandemic, they are coming back in full force. Soon carriers and service providers will have the framework needed to block unwanted robocalls.
Call centers have to abide by compliance regulations, however there are also some call standards managers should be up to date on. Following these standards can help minimize the risk of getting your phone numbers flagged or blocked.
With increasing efforts from the FCC and telecom companies to crack down on robocalls, robotexts are on the rise. Many scammers are switching their tactics to target consumers with SMS messages instead of traditional calls.
Call authentication is slated to roll out to consumers soon. While the process is complicated and made up of a lot of moving parts, the three main areas of focus include subscriber vetting, phone number validaton and attestation levels.
Scammers are finding more sophisticated ways to target consumers. Many times masquerading as legitimate businesses. These tips can help your company mitigate blowbock in the event that your customers fall victim to a scam.
2020 was a tumultuous year for everyone. While robocall trends saw a huge decline when the COVID-19 pandemic set in, they bounced back by the end of the year. 2020 ended following some of the same trends of previous years in regards to robocall patterns.
Carrier efforts to deal with robocalls is affecting some businesses. Calls are going unanswered or are being blocked by consumers from many legitimate businesses. Identifying why your calls are going unanswered is the first step to rebuilding your reputation.
While phone scams dipped at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, they are on the rise yet again despite increased legislation and call authentication efforts. These are the top phone scams that plauged consumers in 2020.