Tracking Unknown Calls... Free Reverse Cell Phone Lookup

Submitted by SadInAmerica on Mon, 01/11/2010 - 1:38pm.

You've just started dating someone new, and everything is going wonderfully. The only problem? You don't know much about them. You've never been to their house, and you only call each other via cell phone...

Then, a friend lets you know that they work with your new sweetie, and that they were under the impression that he was married… Suddenly, a service that lets you find someone's name, address, and other information using only a cell phone number seems a lot more useful, doesn't it?

So, you may know the number, but you don't know to whom it belongs. This, of course, is the perfect scenario for a reverse phone search directory. Many reverse phone directories, in addition to finding landline phone numbers, can also provide information regarding the user of a cell phone line.

Couldn't I get the same information by looking in the phone book?

No! While phone books and public online directories are great for looking up an address or phone numbers when you know who you're searching for, they are practically useless when you are trying to conduct a reverse phone search.

Not only can you not use the White or Yellow pages to look up an unknown number for information, when it comes to cell phone numbers, phone directories don't list mobile numbers at all.

In the past, reverse cell phone lookups were a tool utilized only by law enforcement officials and private investigators. Now, however, times have certainly changed! The convenience and practicality of the Internet now allow us to find phone numbers for nearly any individual or business, anywhere in the world.

The key to a successful reverse cell lookup lies in the company that you choose. We tested several, and our overall favorite was InteliGator Information Searches. The information they provided was both accurate and detailed. We got full names, billing addresses, and cell phone carrier info… all from one quick search.

One last tip. When it comes to the information you need, you should always confirm a search agency's accuracy, speed and reliability. If you are uncertain about whether or not to use a particular company, try this easy exercise: plug in your own cell phone number, and compare the results with your own information.

Mike Sheppard - January 9, 2010 - source BeforeIt'sNews

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Submitted by SadInAmerica on Mon, 01/11/2010 - 1:38pm.