How to stop a drug dealer? How can we close? How can we get them to stop selling to our friends and neighbors? It is important to note here that this is not the answer to get someone out or stay off drugs. To eliminate drugs from any part of the equation is not the answer to all.
However, after returning from rehab or just get and stay clean, some people choose to throw away their current phone and start from scratch. They do not want the previous contacts to contact them. And they do not want to be tempted to dial any of them either. Let’s face it. We know very few numbers more memory. All of them are on speed dial. Get rid of the phone, problem solved. This is a good start for many.
I would like to present a fantasy of mine. Let’s call this concept VOICE SPAM. We all know that drug dealers have a powerful tool in your arsenal. That instrument is the cell phone. So I ask you, if you know a drug dealers cell phone number, how you can start to close it? Or at least close that number?
Off number one drug dealer is closing its business. Yes, he can and will go get another number. But what about all the people who only know him for his old number? He will have to call each of them and prepare all of the impending change or you will lose a considerable amount of business. Then we do it again to your new number. The beauty of this concept, which has no idea who leaked his number in the first place.
If I am sure, and I mean the certainty that I know the phone number to the person who is selling drugs to my son, this is what I would do. I would give that number to each person listening. I emailed everyone in my contacts. I charge all the shops in the city. I distribute it to everyone at work. You get the drift.
Now, do not post the name of the person. Let the world know that his first name is “X” and is a drug dealer. Do not tell anyone that he is selling his son. You said … “Myself and some people are trying to force this guy to change his number.” That’s it. We’re trying to see how many days will it take before he can no longer respond to incoming calls, so the choice to remove that number.
Imagine being a drug dealer. Suddenly, in one day, you get twenty calls from blocked numbers. Each caller has a different voice. Each call will start making more and more paranoid. What would you do? You wake up in the morning and the phone is ringing off the hook again. Probably pack your bags and head to the bus station. On the way to the station probably would dump this phone as well. Therefore, possibly saving the life of a child in the city that is calling out to you to buy a bag of drugs that would OD’d.