Some Verizon Wireless services allow customers to determine how their names, mobile phone numbers, and other personal information ("Caller ID") appears to the person receiving the call. Verizon Wireless does not prescreen Caller ID information that you submit when using these services. To use these services, you must represent and warrant to Verizon Wireless that the information you provide is accurate, not intended to offend, impersonate, misinform or mislead others, and does not infringe or violate someone else's rights or violate the law, rules or regulations with regard to privacy, intellectual property or otherwise.
Customers may also be able to download software applications offered by unaffiliated third party providers that manipulate or "spoof" the Caller ID that appears to the person receiving the call. Verizon Wireless does not prescreen the third party applications that you may download. However, you should review any applicable third party terms and conditions before subscribing to or using such services.
Verizon Wireless has the right, in its sole discretion, to refuse to pass or to remove any Caller ID information and to investigate reports of misuse, abuse or other violations. Such violations may result in your service being limited, suspended or terminated for cause. Submitting misleading or inaccurate information to Verizon Wireless or a third party provider, or misuse of your wireless device, with the intent to defraud, cause harm, or wrongfully obtain anything of value may also subject you to civil and criminal penalties.