We recently did a review on reverse phone lookups that will show you how to find someone by phone number. Many of you have asked us to give a quick run down explaining exactly why you should use one of these services.

Why do a Reverse Phone Lookup?

There are several reasons why someone might need to find someone by phone number. Maybe you have a suspicious number on the caller ID, or maybe you need to find the address of a business contact and you feel awkward calling them. There is also the possibility of a prankster who keeps calling you harassing you or your family members.

With a reverse phone lookup service, you can literally have their information in seconds. You’ll be able to find information such as address, first name, last name, and much more.

While a reverse phone lookup can be beneficial in many ways, to really reap the benefits, we would recommend using a service with a proven database of both listed numbers and cell phone numbers. We show you the best three here. You could also try a free reverse phone lookup service. Free reverse phone lookup services will provide you the information you need, but they aren’t good for anything other than landline numbers. You won’t be able to find out anything about cell phone or unlisted numbers, and that really doesn’t do that much since 95% of people use cell phones.

Is It Hard To Find Someone By Phone Number?

The answer is no. We found it to be very straight forward. Once you’ve taken care of the details, all you need to do to start your reverse phone lookup is enter the number, including both the area code and the seven digit number. Then you hit the “Search” button and the system will start to match your number with one of the millions of records in the their database. That’s It!

In seconds, you’ll have your results, along with access to expanded people search databases. One of the best things we found about these reverse phone directories is that if you don’t get results, you don’t pay. It’s as simple as that!

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– The Consumer Report Team