Legality

Is calling through ‘magiccall’ legal ?

There is nothing illegal about initiating a pre-recorded message to a phone number of your choice in compliance with our Terms of Service. However, as with any telecommunications service, it is illegal and a violation of our Terms of Service to use magiccall’s services for the purpose of defrauding, harassing, or harming anyone, or to wrongly obtain anything of value. Users are also strictly prohibited from using magiccall to call emergency lines, health care facilities, government agencies, employees or officials, law enforcement, schools, numbers assigned to radio common carrier services, or any service for which the called party is charged for the call. magiccall uses the utmost caution in crafting pre-recorded messages that are funny yet benign. For more information, please read our Terms of Service.

magiccall provides voice frequency changing which any person can do naturally by modulating their vocal cord. People mimic cartoons, actors, famous personalities to pull pranks at their friends and loved ones. There is nothing illegal in calling someone with changed voice for fun. However, as with any telecommunications service, it is illegal and a violation of our Terms of Service to use magiccall’s services for the purpose of defrauding, harassing, or harming anyone, or to wrongly obtain anything of value. Users are also strictly prohibited from using magiccall to call emergency lines, health care facilities, government agencies, employees or officials, law enforcement, schools, numbers assigned to radio common carrier services, or any service for which the called party is charged for the call.

What about recording calls ?

Some states permit recording with the consent of one of the parties, while other states require the consent of all parties. If you initiate a call through magiccall, then you are a party to that call and must remain on the line through the entire call. You, as a party to the call, consent to the recording of that call. magiccall can record telephone calls in those states which only require the consent of one party. However, the following states require the consent of all parties and it is a violation of magiccall's Terms of Service to record calls in such states: California, Connecticut, Florida, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Vermont, and Washington.

Some states permit recording with the consent of one of the parties, while other states require the consent of all parties. If you initiate a call through ‘magiccall’, then you are a party to that call and must remain on the line through the entire call. You, as a party to the call, consent to the recording of that call. ‘magiccall’ can record telephone calls in those states which only require the consent of one party. The calls recorded remain with your account only and magiccall does not have access to it unless the user gives us permission.

magiccall allows Caller ID spoofing. Is that legal ?

The Federal Communications Commission regulations implementing the Truth in Caller ID Act of 2009 prohibit the transmission of misleading or inaccurate Caller ID information with the intent to defraud, cause harm, or wrongfully obtain anything of value. magiccall, in particular, sends pre-recorded messages to recipients and has 100% creative control as to the content of these messages. magiccall does not intend to defraud, cause harm, or wrongfully obtain anything of value through these calls. Users are strictly prohibited from using the magiccall services with the intent to defraud, cause harm, or wrongfully obtain anything of value and doing so is a violation of magiccall’s Terms of Service.

What about sharing recordings on social networks ?

As discussed in the magiccall’s Terms of Service, by posting any recordings on magiccall website (www.magiccall.co) or any other forum, you represent that you have the right to post that recording and you release and indemnify magiccall for any claims regarding that posting.