I Need to know who a Phone Number Belongs to
If you are one who asks I need to know who a phone number belongs to, what you really want to know is how to do a reverse phone number look up. This is where you take the question, I need to know who a phone number belongs to and use a reverse look up service online or in a special book and find the name and address of the individual to whom the phone number belongs. It’s actually not really difficult and can be done for a cell phone or a landline phone, although it is more difficult with a cell phone.
If you are asking, I need to know who a phone number belongs to and it is a landline phone, you look in the yellow pages or white pages reverse lookup book in order to find out the owner and the address of the phone number. The number needs to be local if you use a local book but if you go online and use the yellow or white pages reverse look up services, you can do it for the entire country.
If the question, I need to know who a phone number belongs to refers to a cell phone number, you need to use a special internet service that includes most cell phone numbers and land line numbers in a reverse look up service that requires a year’s subscription to the service, even if you only have one number to look up. It might come in handy in the future so it’s worth doing the look up subscription. Then your answer to I need to know who a phone number belongs to can be relatively easily answered. The name and address of the individual will be given to you just by subscribing to the service and giving the phone number, including area code, of the number in question.
Why might you ask the question, I need to know who a phone number belongs to? You might be receiving prank calls from that number or be dealing with a stalker who is calling your home day and night, hanging up or harassing you when you answer. You might be dealing with a company that is bothering you and asking you to buy something from you. Unless they press *67 before calling you, you can press *69 to get the number from the individual even if you don’t have caller ID and you can go about answering the question, I need to know who a phone number belongs to. If the question is a stalker or the person is breaking the law, the police can get around the *67 rule and can trace the number and do a reverse lookup on their system in order to get the number of the person who is doing the lawbreaking act.
If it is just you being curious, you can’t get around the *67 rule and must wait until the individual calls without dialing *67 so you can get the number off of caller ID or *69 and do a reverse lookup yourself.