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Asked by: kirsty smith
admin on May 08, 2012
If you’re not sure which number is missing (ie first number, last number, etc) you may be out of luck. As far as I know, there is no system/tool that allows you to input nine digits and get back all the valid phone number combinations. Even if you found a company or website that could do this, the list of possible phone numbers would be very long.
Now, if you suspect the missing number is in either the first three (area code) or the second three (exchange code) and you have an idea where the call is coming from, you might be able to use our tool here to try and reverse engineer the phone number. It may take a bit of work, but it is possible it could help. Sorry I could not offer you more help on this one.
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