If you have a cell phone number and you want to find out who the owner of it is, there are a number of things that you can do to identify the person in question. Firstly, you could go to a private investigator to do some leg work on your behalf. Secondly Germany Business Phone List, you could turn to the White Pages and search the owner with your finger. Thirdly, you could go to one of the many online databases.
The problem with the first and second options is that they either cost time or money. Private investigators will have their expenses and their basic fee, and it’s not realistic to spend at least a few hundred dollars to get the name behind a phone number.
The fact is that the White Pages don’t list cell phone numbers, only residential and business numbers. In fact, cell phone numbers are considered personal information and details surrounding them are protected from public display by law.
That leaves the online databases. These databases are leased from the cell phone service providers, like Sprint and Verizon, and are available to the public for a small fee usually (though there are some free databases also). These reverse cell phone lookup services are completely confidential and are fast in delivering the information you require. Just enter the number and soon you’ll know who that mystery caller is.
But there are some things to keep in mind before choosing one of the many sites that are online. Only the best will have 200 million or more numbers on their databases (that’s 90% of the total phones in the US). Also, be sure that the details are up-to-date; the site should publicize how frequently they update their database.
If the site matches well to these two things, then it’s the one for you. Happy hunting!