I want to buy this car from a craigslist advertisement, but the seller did not include a phone for contact information.I'd really like to call them, and I see it has a number to call, only reversed and low-res from our perspective.Is anyone here savvy enough to perhaps understand the number?
I can see that at the top left of the picture the last four digits are "1723" and the area code for the area is 720, though it's difficult to determine what number that is on the paper.
>>615528that's exactly the craigslist ad I am looking at, but it only has a craigslist-generated gmail link of which i have already sent a message to.but if it advertises a phone number that they forgot to include, I would love to call them.
Reply by e-mail?
How long ago did you send the message? Maybe just wait a bit? Also, C/L sellers never delete their ads after selling their stuff. So it might be a dead end. I see 303=758-1742
>>615533I was hoping that calling would confirm if it was sold or not, because this is a really nice deal and I'd love to buy it
You're just going to have to call possible combinations. This isn't easy.
>>615546the real question is the middle three, i'll have to play around with those numbers
which do y'all reckon is closest to it?
Phone numbers can't start with 1. You dial 1 for long distance. Likely 7.
it's three zero five-seven five eight-one seven two three, which belongs to a guy in Miami.
>>615858It's on the Denver C/L. It's 303, not 305.