How Burner Protects Your Personal Number

We reroute calls coming to your Burner and send them to your cell phone so your personal phone number stays private.


Burner is your number for...

Hustling Coaching Rentals Dating Twitter Customers Tasks Dogwalking Instagram Work Spam Fans Random Teaching Safety Events Secrets Tinder Shopping Car Dealers Contracts Airbnb Craigslist Ghosting Dudes Web Forms Small Business Moving Gigs Lyft Comedy Frenemies Amazon Two Factor Auth Bumble Volunteering Postmates Software Archiving Podcasting Coworkers

Only give your personal number to people you trust. For everyone else, there's Burner.

How It Works


Create as many phone numbers as you need, in any U.S. or Canadian area code. Then give that number out to your dates, whether you meet them in person or on Bumble, Tinder, OKCupid, etc.


Calls and texts work similarly to how they do on your main cell phone number. No one will know you're using a Burner unless you tell them!


Keep numbers as long as you want, and burn them whenever you like. Get a different number or change your phone number when the situation calls for it.

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"I love Burner App because it protects my real phone number from the creeps and weirdos. It's a serious must-have for anyone online dating."

Alexandra Tweten, creator of Bye Felipe


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About Bye Felipe

Alexandra Tweten started Bye Felipe on Instagram in October 2014. The idea came from a discussion between women in a private Facebook group about terrible messages women receive from men when they say they aren't interested. Dozens of women posted screenshots of messages they had received and Alexandra decided to gather them all and post them on Instagram. 

Originally an inside joke in the Facebook group, Bye Felipe came from the phrase "Bye Felicia" referenced by Ice Cube in the movie "Friday."

Now, she's written a book of the same name, which is a deep dive into the dating culture and what women can do to keep themselves safe. Buy the book here.