Best reverse cell phone lookup site?
Hi! Can you please tell me the best site I can do a reverse cell phone lookup? I need the owners name, address and any other thing I can find on this number. I've tried all the free reverse phone lookup directories with no luck, all I found is that it's a cell number from CA. I don't mind paying a small fee but I need to know based on your experience which site is the best. Thank you!8 months ago - 6 answers
Hi there Bessie!
I did an in-depth research on which reverse phone lookup site is for real because I didn't want to lose any money. This is how I caught my girlfriend cheating. The site I used is www.verifywhoiscalling.com and the report included name, other phone number, address history, relatives, and criminal-court records.
The sad part is that is not free but like you I couldn't find the information on free sites. They have 2 options:
1. Pay one time fee. You get one report only.
2. 7 day trial. You get unlimited reports, costs $0 for USA. I went with this option because I wanted to verify more numbers and I canceled the trial afterwords. If you don't want to complicate things and you got only one number to verify just go with the first option, it's not that much, $19 if I recall correctly.
I've personally reviewed such online services (background checks, and reverse phone lookups - often times provided by the same companies) and have found that they're worth it when you need it , and when they offer a free trial so that you've got nothing to lose. The video I'm posting below shows what you can expect from these (they are not perfect, as you'll see).
Source(s)by Brayden - 3 months ago
The real value in performing a phone search comes in handy when attempting to search for someone who wants to remain anonymous. Certain criminals such as crank callers, perverts, and scam artist can no longer hide behind an unlisted phone number. A quick reverse phone lookup can reveal the person behind a harassing phone call within seconds.Watch this youtube video..
Source(s)by Jayson - 2 months ago
213) 884-2165by steve - 2 months ago
Most of these responses seem to be ads for paid services. Frankly, I suspect that some of these "services" exist simply to get your credit card information, which is an easier way than hacking your Target account. Please be cautious about giving credit card information. If they want money, they should take PayPal, which keeps you from having to give your information. I prefer to use free services such as whitepages.com, which don't ask for credit card information.by Skip - 2 weeks ago