Why Public Records are so important

Who can use Public Records?

We’ve all heard the term “public records” before, however, most people don’t actually know what it means. Public records are really just official reports or documents that you review for information you may be looking for. For example, when someone searches for a phone number in a directory, that’s searching public records.

Even though most public records use government records, we need to remember the general public isn’t able to access all records due to government regulations. Some records on individuals, businesses, or areas of the government may not be accessible by the public as well. It’s easiest to think public records are the records that contain information about individuals that are accessible by the general public. The FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) is in place to help govern which records are to be released as public records.

Some of the public records you may be familiar with are marriage records, divorce records, criminal records, birth records, & death records.

Run a Reverse Phone Lookup

Do you ever get phone calls from numbers you don’t know? Or maybe someone set you up on a date with someone you don’t know and you want a little more information on them. Either way, a reverse phone lookup can help you find out more information on a certain someone.

  • Owner Name

  • Address

  • Email

Who is Allowed to do a Reverse Phone Lookup?

Anyone can do a reverse phone lookup. Just keep in mind there are a lot of free sites that claim they are able to help you with all your information needs. Unfortunately, a lot of these sites only have access to gaining information on landline phone numbers. This is because most cell phone providers control who has access to these numbers and their information. Thus, because these sites are free, they’re unable to get access to cell phone number information because they are unable to pay due to the site itself being free.

Also, most of these free sites only have access to half of the data that’s actually out there. Most free sites don’t even allow you to run a criminal background search. Even if you are able to find a phone number’s information using a reverse phone lookup on a free site, you might want to locate more data about that specific person or company, in which most free phone number lookup sites aren’t able to help you with.

Is this information helpful?

Yes! Information gathered from reverse phone lookups can help you...

  • Stay away from telemarketer calls
  • Avoid people you don’t want to talk to
  • Ignore harassing phone calls
  • Learn who’s calling you without having to call the number back

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How to look someone up

  • Gather Phone Number
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  • Learn New Information!
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