February 09, 2010 10:00 ET

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Founder of SPOOFEM.COM Interviews With Wall Street Journal and Discusses the Rise of Caller ID Spoofing

ATLANTA, GA--(Marketwire - February 9, 2010) - Gregory Evans, Founder of SPOOFEM.COM (PINKSHEETS: SPOF), the world's second largest caller ID spoofing service, was featured in a recent online Wall Street Journal article entitled, The Rise of Caller ID Spoofing, written by Andy Jordan. The article explained how caller ID spoofing technology is becoming more popular in mobile phone app stores and the useful and legitimate applications of the software. Caller ID spoofing technology allows a user to change the caller ID to show any desired number on a recipients caller ID display. The spoof application offered by SPOOFEM.COM also allows users to mask or change their voice.

In addition, the article discussed how spoofing software lets users hack into other people's voicemail, by taking advantage of a feature in most mobile phone carriers that allows calls from a person's own phone to default to voicemail without a password. Evans stressed, "It is not the service.... it's the cell phone companies. The cell phone companies have to take some type of responsibility." According to Evans, spoof application users who utilize the application for the wrong reasons do not realize how much data is being collected.

WSJ online covers breaking news and current headlines from the US and around the world. The Wall Street Journal is an English-language international daily newspaper published by Dow Jones & Company. The Journal has the largest circulation of any newspaper in the United States. According to the Audit Bureau of Circulations, it has a circulation of 2.1 million copies (including 400,000 paid, online subscriptions) as of October 2009.

SPOOFEM.COM, now a publicly traded company, began as a caller id spoofing service, but has now expanded to include several new functionality elements, features and services. SPOOFEM offers more free and powerful tools than any other identification spoofing service such as SPOOFTEXT and SPOOFMAIL. These services allow you to send anonymous text messages and emails.

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