Colonial Bank—toll-free number: 1-334-246-4229

I have see a lot of toll free numbers, but one that starts with 334 does not really sound free to me. What seems surprising is that this looks like an American phone number; Albama to be precise. (see Wikipedia for more info) I'm not too sure what the intend is here. Go to jail? Or would the number redirect to another number? Or that's the number of a stolen cell phone maybe.

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