Are you getting unknown calls or maybe prank calls that come up as unlisted? Do you need to trace that person down and find out who they are? These days it is easier than ever to find out the owner of any phone number.
Not many years ago, people could pay to have their phone unlisted in the phone directories. This is not the case anymore. While they will not be listed in the paper phone books anymore, their information can still can be exposed with a good reverse call search. So yes, you can trace any unlisted phone number.
Depending on what service you use, you can find out all sorts of information using just a phone number. You can expose a person’s name, address, city and state, plus a whole lot more. You may be able to access their criminal and court records if they have any, their marriage and divorce records, financial records, their address history, and more.
This will also work for those pesky telemarketers that refuse to take your name off their list and continue to call. All you have to do is run a trace on the number to learn the company’s main address and phone number. For some reason, they always seemed shocked when you call their main office. If you can work the words harassment and lawyer into your conversation somehow, I can almost guarantee they will never call you again.
This is also very useful for prank calls. They also seemed very surprised when you call them back and read off their name and address, where they work and tell them you even know what kind of car they drive. Usually the phone goes silent, and they mumble some sort of apology. Most prank calls turn out to be someone you know. People can no longer hide behind an unlisted phone or a cellphone like they could a few years back. You can now access the same information professionals use. You used to have to hire a private investigator to gain access to the information you can now get online.