FreeCellSearch Reverse Cell Phone Directory Introduces New Design And Features
Cell phone numbers can now be traced with the newly redesigned FreeCellSearch.com - the service that helps track down mobile calls for personal and business uses.
The new site provides a more intuitive navigation and a few complementary features that can help find the answers to most common questions about mobile technology. The new blog features how-to tips on many topics: from private number tracing to cell phone spying.
The search is free and a basic tracing report will include the line type, service provider and approximate registered location for most U.S. numbers. Premium reports will include the name of the phone # owner, if a match has been found.
While tracing cell phone numbers accurately is a difficult task because these numbers are unpublished from mainstream directories and are considered to be private, the FreeCellSearch.com databases contain more records than any other such service, beefing up consumers’ chances of locating a match. The main focus, is of course, on mobile numbers, but other types of numbers can also be located. Land line and unlisted land line numbers can be successfully traced. And adding toll free number lookups is also planned.
A mobile version of the site has been developed to cater to the needs of users who browse the site on their mobile devices. The mobile site is fully compatible with the web version.
The new billing system is based on credits. The credits can be used to order premium tracer reports. This billing solution allows more flexibility and lower fees since credits can be used for future lookups without any extra charges.
If the number has been traced, consumers will be able to run a full background check via one of the premium databases. There is also an option to hire a private investigator’s check for hard-to-find numbers which cannot be traced through any of the databases available.
Consumer Notice About Cell Phone Lookups: “You may perform a cell phone reverse lookup for the number of the party who are calling you. You may need to find out the identity of the caller to help prevent the continuation of unwanted phone calls. In contrast, when performing a forward cell phone lookup, you are asking for the phone number of the person you wish to call. The mobile telephone number is considered private, and a forward lookup would constitute an invasion of privacy.”
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