Author: Paul Kulas

Paul Kulas is the founder, and Head Belle Ringer, of Belles Camp Communications LLC and BellesLink.com. When Paul isn’t working he’s skiing or discovering his next big idea while playing in the mountains right outside Belles Camp’s door in Eagle, CO. | Connect on Linkedin

A federal district court judge has ruled that ringless voicemails and voicemail drops are in fact “calls” and fall within the purview of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991 (TCPA) allowing the lawsuit of Saunders v. Dyck O’Neal, 17-cv-335, 2018 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 121076 in the Western District of Michigan to proceed. The Court’s…

  Who was it that said, ‘everything will be mobile’? I don’t know. But if nobody has said it yet, they should, and ‘everything’ includes skip tracing. BellesLink has just added database searches to its mobile app. Never before have you been able to search databases so easily while working in the field. Now when…

Have you ever wondered if we will run out of phone numbers? When you look at the number of phones in the world, it seems possible. Here are some interesting facts: In 2017 the number of mobile phones users is expected to be 4.77 billion. That’s 64% of the global population. (statista.com) In the United…

Many people have reason to use a burner phone. The term “burner phone” is slang that refers to a cheap, disposable pre-paid cellular phone. These phones come with their own number and are often used when someone does not want to expose their personal phone number to the pubic. Imagine you’re selling furniture on Craigslist…

How much do you think about your customer’s experience of doing business with you? In today’s marketplace technology has leveled the playing field. Everyone is reading the same thing. But some businesses believe customer experience is the only thing that really matters. Despite media hype for a web-based, virtual-reality business-world, your first touch-point with a…

We all have times when our business needs to contact someone, a seller on Craigslist for example, but we don’t want to use our personal phone number. Or, maybe our business works with sensitive information, such as debt collection, financial investment, or skip tracing, and we want to keep our business identity private. In these…