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Trying to put a call through to someone in the United States while you’re abroad? Before doing so, get to know about your communication options, international dialing, and the USA dialing code.

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Calling the United States from overseas

Trying to put a call through to someone in the United States while you’re abroad ? Before doing so, it’s essential to know about your communication options, international dialing, and US area codes, so you can make the best, most cost-effective option.

But what if you’re not sure about these?

Well, it’s time to pay attention to what a USA dialing code looks like, some common area codes in the US, and why your call to the US may not be working. You can refer to this article whenever you want to make calls to someone in the US.

How do I call someone in the USA?

Just like every country has its own international country code, so does the United States. While making an international call to a person in the US, make sure to add your country’s international dialing prefix (+) and dial the number “ 1 ” before the call. We’ve explained everything in detail further below.

What does an American mobile number look like?

When you put a call through to someone in the US while you’re in the US yourself, a standard American mobile number has 10 digits, following the format of (XXX)-XXX-XXXX. It looks like (123) 456-7890, where “123” is the area code, and “456-7890” is the rest of the phone number.

But if you’re calling the US from abroad, you need to make a slight change in the USA dialing code.

For example, if you call the Indian Embassy in Washington DC , USA, from India, the number is (202) 939 9889, so you’ll be dialing:

00 - the exit code for dialing outside the US

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202 - the area code for Washington DC

939 9889 - the 7-digit phone number of the embassy

In short, you’ll need to dial 001-202-939-9889 for calling up the Indian Embassy in the USA from abroad.

What are the most common USA dialing codes?

You’ll find one or more area codes for each city in the US, and you can use these area codes for all the phone numbers in that region. Here are some common area codes in the country:

New York, NY - 212, 347, 718, 917, 929

Washington, DC - 202

San Francisco, CA - 628, 415

Los Angeles, CA - 213, 310, 323, 424, 661

Philadelphia, PA - 267, 215

Detroit, MI - 313

Chicago, IL - 312, 773, 872

Miami, FL - 786, 305

Boston, MA - 508, 617

Seattle, WA - 206

Dallas/ Fort Worth, TX - 972, 214, 469

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Call someone in the US whose mobile phone doesn’t accept international calls

Alternatively, you can use online platforms like Whatsapp, Skype, Viber, or Ringo to connect with a person in the USA. Skype is a great option if you’re concerned about high phone bills—overseas calls are completely free as long as both users are connecting through Skype.

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Almost every phone number in the US is attached to a voicemail, no matter if it’s a mobile phone or a landline number.

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Winning a free cruise or discounted hotel stay sounds pretty great right about now, doesn’t it? But that’s exactly what scammers want you to think. Before you know it, they’re sipping margaritas on the beach with your hard-earned money, and you’re left a victim of a travel phone scam (with no free cruise in sight). Travel phone scams — sometimes called vacation phone scams, vacation specialist scam calls, or travel prize scams — all have one thing in common: They’re carefully designed to defraud you. You don’t have to be another vacation phone scam casualty. Here, we’ll educate you on what travel phone scams are, how to identify them, and the actions you can take to block scam calls and texts — for good.

What are travel phone scams?

Vacation phone scams can take the form of robocalls, cold calls, or spam text messages, and they typically offer some kind of special discount, package deal, prize, or free trip. This scam tactic preys on people’s love of bargains and desire to escape. Like all phone scams, vacation scam calls and texts will attempt to steal your money or extract personal or financial information from you. Travel phone scams are actually part of a broader problem with travel fraud. According to the FTC, from January to March 2021, consumers lost $26 million to travel, timeshare, and vacation rental fraud, with a median reported loss of approximately $1,100 per incident.

The Better Business Bureau has issued warnings about an increase in cases involving scammers who pretend to be airline ticket brokers or travel agents, and spoofed websites masquerading as booking platforms for airfare, hotels, or rental cars are on the rise, as well. (Spoofed websites mimic the sites of legitimate companies, but are fraudulent and aim to steal personal information.)

And the problem is getting worse. RoboKiller data shows that travel-focused robocalls will grow to almost 5 billion in 2021 in the U.S. — an 80% increase from 2020. Travel-related spam texts are projected to increase to 2.25 billion in 2021, which represents a 300% increase from 2020.

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Yes, they’re annoying, but some telemarketing calls are legal per FTC regulations . You may receive travel-related calls that are from legitimate organizations trying to sell you a vacation; these are not classified as travel phone scams. The problem is that scammers are so savvy at impersonating telemarketers that it can be hard to distinguish legal calls from vacation scam calls. That’s why it’s best to never give out any personal or financial information over the phone. Don’t push any buttons on the call, hang up, do your research on the caller/company, look into common travel scams, then make an informed decision.

Common vacation phone scams

There are a few common travel phone scams, and they can come via cold calls, robocalls or spam text messages. Often, scammers pose as legitimate companies to trick consumers into giving out personal information. Name any popular travel brand — they’ve probably had their name fraudulently referenced in a vacation phone scam. Discounted or free vacation scam calls Vacation offer scams are among the top scams of 2021 identified by RoboKiller. These look like offers for free cruises, discounted travel packages, or other enticing travel deals. A common robocall strategy involves sending unauthorized pre-recorded messages from travel brands such as Marriott and Booking.com to garner trust. But these Marriott vacation scam calls are just that — scams.

Travel prize scams Similar to free vacation scam calls, travel prize scams claim that you’ve won a prize in the form of a vacation voucher or discounted vacation package. Victims are asked to provide personal information to receive the itinerary or tickets, or to pay a fee to access the prize. Often, callers don’t realize they’ve been scammed until it comes time to use the bogus tickets. Remember, if you ever receive a call saying you won a sweepstakes or contest you don’t remember entering, chances are it’s a scam.

Vacation specialist scam calls Vacation specialist scam calls are when scammers pose as a vacation specialist or travel agent and offer their services and, usually, an attractive deal.

Travel insurance scams In 2020, the Coalition Against Insurance Fraud began warning consumers of scammers calling with fake travel insurance offers that cover coronavirus-related trip cancellations at no extra cost. These robocalls and texts often claim to be from mainstream insurance companies, but most standard, legitimate travel insurance policies do not cover viral outbreaks or pandemics, or do so for a steep fee.

How to tell if a travel robocall or text is a scam

Although scammers find devious ways to seem legitimate, there are a few easy ways to spot a travel phone or text scam.

  • It seems too good to be true. The prospect of a free trip or great deal is exciting, but if it seems suspicious, trust your gut.
  • It asks for personal or financial information up front. Legitimate companies won’t request sensitive information by robocall or text.
  • It’s a prerecorded message. That’s a robocall, and likely a scam.
  • It’s a link to a website offering a prize. Don’t click it, even if it looks legit. It may be a spoofed website that compromises your private data.
  • It claims there’s an issue with your payment. If you’ve never engaged with the company calling you, it’s a scam. If you made a travel booking, confirm that there’s an issue directly through your bank or the company you booked with.
  • It contains grammatical errors or a misspelled business name. This is a big tell of spam texts.
  • The message confuses you or pressures you to make a decision. This is another glaring sign of a travel scam.

Don’t trust caller ID. Scammers often “spoof” the number they’re calling from to make it look like they’re calling you from a legitimate travel brand, or from a local area code. Caller ID spoofing can falsify both the name and phone number that you see.

What to do when you receive a travel scam call

If you think a call or text is a vacation phone scam, don’t worry: There are a few best practices for protecting yourself.

  • Engage with the call.
  • Follow prompts or press numbers, even if it claims that it will lead you to a real person or let you opt out. This just lets a spammer know there's a live person at your number.
  • Click on any links in texts.
  • Share any personal or financial information, even if they already have information about you that seems legitimate.
  • Pay any fees to claim a “prize.”
  • Feel pressured to make a decision immediately.
  • Hang up on suspicious calls.
  • Be wary of claims about winning prizes or limited-time offers, especially if you haven’t entered any contests.
  • Listen to your intuition if something feels off.
  • Conduct your own research on the person or organization in contact with you to verify their legitimacy.
  • Report spam calls to the FTC.
  • Block numbers that send spam messages.
  • Prevent spam calls and texts with a robocall blocker like RoboKiller .

How to report travel scam texts and calls

The FTC has successfully stopped people responsible for billions of robocalls, and it continues to work with other agencies to combat travel scams. Your best protection against vacation phone scams is being a vigilant, informed consumer. Reporting scam calls and texts is also a simple action you can take to fight back. Here’s how to report scam texts and calls:

  • Report phone scams to the Do Not Call Registry and the FTC .
  • Report text scams to the FTC.
  • Forward unwanted texts to 7726 (“SPAM”), designated by the Global System for Mobile Communications (GSMA) as a number for reporting spam texts. Most major U.S. carriers are members of GSMA.
  • If you’ve lost money to a scam, report it to the FTC and include information about the scammer who contacted you like: • The exact date and time they made contact. • The number that received the call. • The number on your caller ID. • The number you’re told to call back.

Individual cases aren’t investigated by the FTC, but don’t let that discourage you from filing a report; the larger the pile of evidence against scammers, the greater the chance they’ll be caught and charged.

How to block robocalls and spam texts with RoboKiller

No one wants to be the victim of annoying and dangerous travel phone scams. You can add your phone number to the National Do Not Call Registry , but scammers aren’t known for abiding by the law, so this tactic is often futile.Thankfully, if you want to know how to block robocalls and how to stop getting spam texts, the answer is simple. The most effective solution to ending travel phone scams is to use a third-party robocall blocker app like RoboKiller . Recommended by the FTC , robocall blockers use call data or reports from users, the FTC, and other sources to predict which calls and texts are illegal or likely scams, then intercepts those messages before they ever reach you. RoboKiller is a spam call and text blocking app that is 99% effective at stopping unwanted calls and texts before they ever reach you, and it’s the only robocall blocker app that blocks spam calls and text messages using A.I. and machine learning. Instead of just using consumer feedback or caller ID, RoboKiller identifies the caller or sender behind the message. Untrustworthy numbers are added to a global blacklist of spam numbers, which is updated daily. You can also use RoboKiller’s phone number lookup to see if the number you’re receiving a call from is a known travel scammer. Protect yourself from travel phone scams and live life spam-call-free™ with RoboKiller, your key to a world without spam calls or texts.

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Complaints to US government from travellers are the highest since the COVID pandemic when airlines were slow to refund.

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Air travel got more miserable last year, if the number of consumer complaints filed with the United States government is any measure.

The Department of Transportation said Friday that it received nearly 97,000 complaints in 2023, up from about 86,000 the year before. The department said there were so many complaints that it took until July to sort through the filings and compile the figures.

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That’s the highest number of consumer complaints about airlines since 2020, when airlines were slow to give customers refunds after the coronavirus pandemic shut down air travel.

The increase in complaints came even as airlines cancelled far fewer US flights — 116,700, or 1.2 percent of the total, last year, compared with about 210,500, or 2.3 percent, in 2022, according to FlightAware data. However, delays remained stubbornly high last year, at about 21 percent of all flights.

More than two-thirds of all complaints last year dealt with US airlines, but a quarter covered foreign airlines. Most of the rest were about travel agents and tour operators.

Complaints about treating passengers with disabilities rose by more than one-fourth compared with 2022. Complaints of discrimination, while small in number, also rose sharply. Most were about race or national origin.

Airlines receive many more complaints from travellers who do not know how or do not bother to complain to the government, but the carriers do not release those numbers.

The Transportation Department is modernising its complaint-taking system, which the agency says will help it do a better job overseeing the airline industry. However, the department currently releases complaint numbers many months late. It did not issue figures for the second half of 2023 until Friday.

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The senators said the Supreme Court justice’s failure to disclose lavish gifts and luxury travel showed a “willful pattern of disregard for ethics laws.”

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Two top Democratic senators have asked the Justice Department to open a criminal investigation of Justice Clarence Thomas for possible violations of federal ethics and tax laws.

Senators Sheldon Whitehouse of Rhode Island and Ron Wyden of Oregon sent a letter to Attorney General Merrick B. Garland last week asking that he appoint a special counsel to investigate Justice Thomas’s failure to disclose lavish gifts , luxury travel , a loan for a recreational vehicle and other perks given to him by wealthy friends.

The request further intensified efforts by Senate Democrats to scrutinize Justice Thomas’s conduct at a time when they are trying to force Supreme Court justices to comply with stricter ethics and financial disclosure rules.

“We do not make this request lightly,” the senators wrote in a joint statement. “Supreme Court justices are properly expected to obey laws designed to prevent conflicts of interest and the appearance of impropriety and to comply with the federal tax code.”

“No government official should be above the law,” they added.

Specifically, the senators asked that a special counsel investigate whether Justice Thomas violated federal ethics and tax laws by failing to disclose as income the $267,000 he received in forgiven debt for a luxury R.V.

The senators wrote that Justice Thomas had “repeated opportunities” to explain his failure to disclose the gifts to the Senate Finance Committee, of which Mr. Wyden is the chairman, as well as the Judiciary Committee’s panel on federal courts, which Mr. Whitehouse leads.

They also accused Justice Thomas of showing a “willful pattern of disregard for ethics laws,” behavior that they said surpassed that of other government officials who have been investigated by the Justice Department for “similar violations.”

A spokeswoman for the Supreme Court did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

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"I'm riding with Biden," Clyburn told NBC Friday morning.

On the heels of Biden's highly-anticipated press conference Thursday, additional Democrats have publicly called for the commander-in-chief to drop his bid for reelection. Clyburn pushed back, saying the doubts and debate should end.

"... Let Joe Biden continue to make his own decisions about his future. He's earned that right, and I am going to give him that much respect," Clyburn said.

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Biden had multiple stumbles Thursday, including mistakenly referring to Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy as "President Putin." In response to these gaffes , Clyburn pointed to Biden's history with a stutter .

"Those of us who are real close watchers of Joe Biden, we do know that he sometimes mangled words and phrases," Clyburn told NBC. "But all of that is almost natural for people who grew up stuttering, and they do focus a little more and when you focus a little more you tend to lose the flow."

"But he has one of the best minds that I've ever been around," the congressman continued. "And so I would hope that we would focus on the substance of this man rather than these sometimes misspoken words and phrases."

Should Biden make the choice to step away from the race, Clyburn said there was "no question" Vice President Kamala Harris would have his endorsement.

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