Frequently Asked Questions
There are no contracts. You can upgrade, downgrade, or cancel your plan at any time.
Yes. Wizard Phone is for nonprofit organizations. Wizard Phone prohibits solicitation, telemarketing, or political campaigning.
We will never share any of your information with anybody.
We don’t limit the number of contact lists.
It only takes a few minutes. Sign up for a new account, and we’ll email you login instructions. Then upload your list using a spreadsheet or CSV file. Send your first automated voice, text, or email message.
No. There is no charge for busy, unanswered, or non-working numbers.
Your choice. It can be your number, the number of your organization, or one of Wizard Phones for various groups, such as Church Calling VFW Post, American Legion Masonic Lodge, Shrine Club, and School Calling. The default Caller ID is Wizard Phone.
The default times are 8:00 am until 10:00 pm, your local time. At your request, we will adjust these times to your preference.
No, there are only usage charges.
Your account contains a blocked list. Wizard Phone will block all attempts to send phone, email, or SMS (text) messages to those listed.
To send an automated call message, dial our toll-free number from any telephone. Follow the prompts to record and send your message immediately. Wizard Phone also offers a text-to-speech feature where you type your message and choose to have it converted to a male or female voice. You could upload and use an audio file if you recorded a message locally on your computer or smartphone.
Wizard Phone will listen for the beep of an answering machine or voicemail and deliver your message.
Wizard Phone will send an email with a detailed report in PDF format so you can view and print it. The information is also in your account.
A maximum of 120 seconds.