Being the target of abusive and threatening phone calls can be distressing. In most cases the caller will be known to you. Who might bear a grudge against you, however sl…ight? A jilted lover, and ex-partner, a former friend, a sibling, an in-law, an ex-employee, a troublesome neighbour? This type of behaviour is sometimes stimulated by jealousy and envy. Who might be jealous and envious of you? Rejection is a common trigger for stalking behaviour, including malicious telephone calls. If you've recently ditched your partner, he or she is your number one suspect. When a malicious call is received, don't respond and don't engage. This is important. The objectives of the caller are Power, Control, Domination and Subjugation. Responding with anger or threats satisfy these objectives and are just what the caller wants to hear. He or she knows you won't carry out your threats. In fact the caller wants attention, so any response will meet the caller's objective. You can frustrate the caller by refusing to respond. The menacing nature of each call is a provocation to get you to respond. You win by not playing. If you respond, say, on the thirtieth call, it teaches the caller that he or she will get a response every thirtieth call, or thereabouts. You can expect another thirty calls, then another thirty, and so on. If you pick up a call from the nuisance caller, say nothing, put the receiver to one side and leave the room. You will have the satisfaction of knowing you are denying the caller the gratification he or she seeks whilst they run up a large phone bill. Log every call with as much detail about it as you can. This will give you a pattern of calls which will help to identify who is calling (eg always when x is at work or at home etc). If you choose to listen in - without responding - you may be able to hear background noise which might help to identify the caller. Should matters turn legal it would be possible to cross-reference or match the calls you receive with calls made from their source. Use a phone that displays the caller's id ; abusive callers often withhold their number but note the information anyway (eg "withheld" or "unavailable") - even this can prove useful later. If the call originates from an employer the caller may not be able to suppress the number. If you can arrange it, tape record each phone call. This can prove especially useful if the calls are threatening or menacing. Some telephones have a switch underneath where you can switch off the ringer, eg overnight or when you're asleep or wish to be available. At unsocial hours you can disconnect the phone from the socket. If nuisance calls become too much to deal with, get a second phone line, only give this number to close relatives and friends (as few as possible and only one at a time) and put an answerphone on the original line with a recording that is not your voice. Finally, and most importantly... Talk to the malicious calls department of your telephone company. Most are sympathetic and keen to help telephone customers suffering from repeated misuse of their telephone services. Call the police and they can link it back to the person even though it is a private number,or *69 them if it is not a private number Answer: You can do either of these things: - Call the police - Ignore them - Put the phone on dial tone and leave it wrapped in a blanket so they cannot ring - Mute the phone - Or you could make a communication saying: please please ring me, by reverse pyschology they will not ring you. -prank call em' back this just happened to me, the person on the other end didnt say anything, then would hang up after like 5 seconds if i didnt say anything, they have stopped now because i just ignored the calls :) its only because they are bored, have free minutes and have nothing better to do, pathetic really :L
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tell them they are crazy and don't want to talk or just keep ignoring them
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Well, don't sound so anxious about the answer. I have to say that you should prove that you are not scary or ignore them. If that doesn't work then I don't know what to do. We…ll, good luck with that!
If it's a friend, blame it on your parents or your phone bill (depending on whether you still live with your parents or not). If it's a stranger, you could do a lot of diff. t…hings such as pretending not to speak English.
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