How to Conduct a Free Reverse Cell Phone Lookup Online:

Ex: 555-555-5555

Instant "Reverse Phone Lookup" for Cell Phones to Identify Owners

Do you need to find out the owner of an unlisted number or a cell phone? You very likely may be able to do so.

Take note however, that this is not exactly practical or legal in every case. But for those situations where it is, follow this free and easy method outlined below.

Just like a private investigator, you can call a phone number yourself and get information from whomever answers. This can be done by using the following methods:

Important Notice: The investigative techniques and strategies outlined below are published for educational purposes ONLY!

Because these techniques are controversial and in some cases illegal, be sure to review the legal information regarding these techniques at the bottom of the page.

Before conducting any kind of investigation, we strongly recommend consulting with an attorney about your rights and any local and state laws that might relate to the investigation of an individual in your local area.

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· Pretend you called the wrong number.

Call as if you're looking for a friend, such as Frank Smith. When the other person tells you that you have the wrong number, say something along the lines of, "Whose number is this?" They may just go ahead and give you the information you're seeking. It's important to understand that if you end up using this tactic, be sure not to call from your cell phone or home number. Instead, call from a public number that is unblocked, such as a pay phone.

· Pretend that you're somebody else.

You can pretend to call from a company that the person might normally use, such as a car insurance company or other commonly used business. You can simply state that you only have the phone number on file and that you need additional information.

It is important to note that this particular method is called "pretext" and is often considered illegal and fraudulent. Therefore, use this technique at your own risk and with the full understanding that what you're doing could be illegal.

The two methods mentioned above are not necessarily the best way to find out who the owner of a particular cell phone number is. They are just two possible ways of finding out who the owner might be.

· Ask the person who they are.

If you're feeling lucky, just call the number and ask the person that answers who they are. They might not tell, but it's worth a shot. However, we don't recommend doing this if the person that answers will recognize your voice or if they can trace your phone number back to you in some way.

Also, you should be aware that you can use the national records database search at Reverse Phone Detective, which is legal and inexpensive. Based upon our experience with them, they have about an 80% success rate. It will require a small investment, but you won’t have to play “private detective” and risk breaking any laws since it is a completely legal information source.

You can search their database for free below...

Step 1: Enter a Cell Phone Number to Search

Enter a residential, cellular or other type of phone number you would like to lookup, then click the search button below:

Ex: 555-555-5555


Enter the phone number of the person you want to investigate in the form above and press the "Search!" button.

Within a few seconds, you will be notified if the full phone record exists in the premium database. If it does, click "Continue." And then for a small fee you will have access to that person's full record, which should include their:

• Full Name

• Address

• Date of Birth

• Carrier/Wireless Company

• An additional bonus background search includes details about their criminal history, asset details, driving records, property records, and other background information...

Results are 100% Guaranteed

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