How the Free Chatline Works:
When Callers Call The Free Chat Line,They First Hear a Brief 10-second Commercial Message from One of our Advertisers.
Then Callers Are Asked to Record A Brief Message About Themselves. Then All Callers Hear The Messages Recorded By All The Other Callers. They Can Send Recorded Messages Back And Forth Or Connect Live in a “One on One” Conversation.
When you hang up, your outgoing message is automatically erased.
You Remain Totally Anonymous. You Can Also Block Callers By Depressing the ‘5’ Key. The free chat line strips all caller ID information so no one can get your phone number unless you tell them.
For Most Callers to the Free Chat Line, we are a free call but CHECK WITH YOUR LOCAL PHONE COMPANY to make sure. (T-Mobile charges a 1-cent per minute surcharge to calls to the free chatline)
Remember you use the Free Chat Line at your own risk. Any action you take is strictly at your own peril. You agree to indemnify, defend and hold us harmless.
The free chat line also has pre-recorded personals. Record one and make new friends 24-hours a day.
The free chat line also has the confessional where callers confess their secret sins.
Attention T-Mobile Users:
Without our knowledge or permission T-Mobile and associated companies has begun to charge, and keep, a one cent per minute surcharge to callers to our free chat lines. We are not sharing in this money and we are fighting T-Mobile and associated companies over this.
Thanks for your patience and understanding. We urge you to file a complaint with the FCC in Washington DC. You are paying for free unlimited long distance and you are not getting what you were promised.
Law Enforcement Agencies should email us via our contact us form for information on how to serve legal papers to obtain information.
We fully comply with all applicable state and federal laws and provide calling data upon legal demand to State, Local and Federal Law Enforcement authorities.
We do NOT provide calling data to private parties, individuals, or private detectives. So please don’t ask. It is illegal.
We block all caller ID information between callers, making it impossible for one caller to obtain the caller ID of another caller.