"Reverse Phone Lookup" for Cell Phones to Identify
you ever needed to find out who owns a cell phone or who is
at an unlisted number? You may just be able to find out.
be noted that this is not practical (or even legal) in every
case. However, for those situations where it is, do the following;
this method is both free and can be relatively easy.
call a number yourself and get the information from the user,
just as a private eye might. You can do this via the following
strategies and investigative techniques described in the
following paragraphs are published for educational purposes
be sure to review the important legal information regarding
these techniques at the bottom of this page, as these
techniques are controversial, and in some situations,
strongly recommend that you consult an attorney regarding
your rights and your local & state laws as they relate
to investigating an individual in your applicable location
before conducting an investigation of any kind.
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Pretend you've just called the wrong number.
though you're looking for a particular friend of yours, such
as John Smith, and when the person says, "You've got the
wrong number," say something to the effect of, "Whose
number is this?" They may just slip up and give you the
information you're looking for. It's important to note that
if you use this strategy, you should not call from your home
number or cell phone number, but from a public "non-blocked"
number, such as that of a pay phone.
Pretend you're someone else.
pretend that you're calling from a company that the person would
normally use, such as a car insurance company or other community
service company. You can simply say that you only have the phone
number they left with you and you need additional information.
should be noted that this last method is called "pretext"
and is considered illegal and fraudulent in many cases.
Therefore, use it at your own risk and with full knowledge
that what you're doing may be illegal.
I am not
trying to say that either of these aforementioned methods is
the best way to go about finding out who owns a particular cell
phone number, only that they are ways which exist in regards
to how you can find out.
Ask them who they are.
feeling particularly lucky, simply call the person up and ask
them who they are when the person answers. They may or may not
say, but it's worth a try. However, I don't recommend doing
this if the person will recognize your voice or if who you are
can be "found out" in some way.
also know that you can also use the national records database
search at Reverse
Phone Detective, which is inexpensive and legal.
They have about an 80% success rate based upon my own experience
with them. It will cost you a small fee, but it's also a
legal source and you won't have to play "private detective"
or risk breaking any laws to find out what you need to know.
can actually search their database directly from this form below...
a Cell Phone Number to Search
cellular, residential or other type of phone number you'd like
to lookup, then click the button below...
Format should be 555-555-5555 or 1114442222)
the phone number of the person you wish to investigate in the
search box above, and press "search".
seconds, you will be notified as to whether or not the full
record exists in the premium database. If it does, click "Continue",
and then for a small fee, you can access the person's complete
details, which may include:
Date of Birth
And the additional (bonus) background-search features included
in the member portal may provide details including background
information, criminal history, driving records, asset details,
property records and more...
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