FireRTC specifically states that they will work with law enforcement. FireRTC has been very open about people using their service for scam baiting. That’s good and all until one scam company decides to take legal action and demand end user data information of those who called the “victim’s” (scammer) numbers with FireRTC. Lots of scammers that we call have registered their company in developed countries in order to hide their true “BPO (outsourcing)” company that’s operating these scams, and of course to make it seem they are “outsourcing” to other companies. And they will try to fight their scams. They will contact their lawyers, who represent their registered company, to commence a legal action against FireRTC. If their lawyers has somehow managed to get a subpoena or a court order to get data info of calls being made by FireRTC to their scam company, FireRTC is obligated to give them the information. Once FireRTC has given IP logs and other data, the scammers will try to go after those people and sue them for “damages” against their company. I suggest all you people to stay away from FireRTC even though they state they allow scam baiting. It’s only a matter of time scammers will try to fight back. One scam company has already done it and there will be more to come. STAY AWAY FROM FIRERTC. I SUGGEST ALL OF YOU TO SPREAD NEWS ABOUT THIS FIRERTC ISSUE. Look for another SIP provider. And remember to always use a VPN when scam baiting. FireRTC is untrustworthy and have failed us. Remember, scam owners have lots of money and will try to do anything to protect their scamming business.