LaTely, have you been barraged by frustrating prank calls? Has your significant other being placing mysterious calls to a stranger? Have you discovered unknown numbers in your call history? Are you curious as to who your teen son or daughter has been talking to? If you've answered yes to any of these questions, reverse cell phone lookups will solve your problems.
There are two ways to trace a phone number:
The Free Way
Type the number you are seeking out into your favorite search engine. If you are having little luck, try all the formats of the number (no dashes and no spaces, no dashes and spaces, all dashes, etc.). To chip away the number of results, put quotations marks around the number. Social networking sites such as MySpace and Facebook can also lead you to the information you want. These two sites in particular house millions of identities, making it extremely likely that they will contain the information you need.
Sadly, no free directories exist to trace cell phone numbers. The ones that advertise as being free invariably request money or a credit card number in order to give you the private data.
o It's free.
o It's tedious.
o Results are hit and miss.
o Data is often inaccurate and out of date.
The Paid Way
Many web-based agencies offer the service of up-to-date information on the cell phone owner for a small fee. These businesses only charge the membership fee because the process of compiling data and maintaining their database is very costly.
o Information is accurate.
o It's the simplest method.
o It's the fastest method-by far.
o You can gain access to: the caller's name, address, roommates, their issuing location and more.
o The search is private.
o You will receive a year's worth of unlimited background information.
o It will set you back a couple of dollars.
The decision is up to you!