Are you worried about who your teenage daughter or son may be talking to on their cell phone? Some individuals are also concerned about furtive behavior of their significant other when making or answering certain cell phone calls. Especially for children, monitoring their computer usage is important to avoid online predators. But if a predator has gotten your child’s cell phone number, or your partner’s behavior is driving you wild with worry and curiosity, the solution is simple. When the phone is left unattended, simply look at its calls received/made histories and quickly note the unfamiliar numbers. If you are connected to a cellular service, your monthly bill will show all numbers called with the phone, also. You then simply enter the phone number you consider suspicious into a cell phone number reverse directory and get your answer.
It is as simple as typing the telephone number into the website’s search box. The directory can let you know if they have a record of the number. They can give you an advance description of the available information on the number such as its location and user names, if part of their data base.
If the information looks like it is worth the investment you can then agree to pay for it. You can either pay a one-time fee for one search (about the price of two Subway-sub meals) or for an additional charge you can sign up for unlimited searches–a better deal if you have lots of numbers to check.
The information that sites will attempt to provide, depending on how complete their information source was, would normally include:
–cell phone number owner
–address for billing purposes
–a map of the address
–the wireless service provider
–additional phone numbers this cell phone owner may have
–identity of persons who may be related or who live in the same neighborhood
One important cautionary note: do not deal with an online cellular telephone-number search service that wants to charge money without telling what information the money will buy. Particularly avoid any that want you to provide them with your personal information before even telling you what information they have available–they may be adding you to their data base or trying to obtain information for illicit purposes. A reputable site will have a refund policy if the information received turns out to be incorrect or outdated.
Any site that offers to provide information free cannot be legitimate. There are plenty of sites that claim to be able to provide service without charge but that is highly unlikely–they would not only be providing you the service for free, they would be spending money to get the information from the cell phone company. Cellular phone numbers are not a matter of public information. The cellular phone providers do not have to give out their phone numbers to anyone so they charge for the time it requires to provide that information. A reputable reverse directory website must include this cost to them in the charge to you.
- When Should You Pay for a Cell Phone Lookup? (mailamovie.info)
- The Reverse Cell Phone Strategy (goarticles.com)
- Friday on News, Notes and Rumors (fryingpansports.com)