Well over half a million people per day search to find the address of a friend, relative, contact, or other person involved with our lives. Our range of reasons is broad, and includes security, business, and personal motives.
Identifying Someone's Location to Feel Secure
Probably at one time or another we have all received unwanted phone calls of some kind. These often come in the form of unscrupulous telemarketers calling outside of legal jurisdiction, annoying pranksters who've pegged our number as the source of their entertainment, or even dangerous threats from unidentified sources which may or may not be credible. Caller ID rarely helps, as these calls are often named ambiguously: ‘private caller', ‘toll call', ‘out of area’. Knowing where these types of calls are coming from can be a significant source of comfort and reassurance.
Locating the Address of a Business Acquaintance
Often when we meet new potential business acquaintances, it occurs when we are occupied with multiple things at once and have little time. This often results in collecting only very basic information from the meet such as a name and phone number. However, we may find the need in the future to send them some documents, a formal invitation, or other mailing. Phone calls are not always the most convenient method of communication, for either party. Addresses are very useful in this situation.
Getting Addresses of Friends, Relatives, or other Personal Contacts
When we meet a new person, few of us are comfortable enough to ask them directly questions like: “Where do you live?" or “May I visit?" It could be someone we really like. Perhaps we share big interests, hobbies, philosophical views, or a love for sports & activities with them. On the other hand, it could simply be a long lost friend or a relative who's moved and we want to mail.
How to Find a Person's Address
As our ways of communicating advance, it seems like the methods for finding someone's address are becoming more archaic. Phone books become useless in the wake of private numbers and cell phones, and the Internet usually presents only an online version of the same.
The ‘darkweb', as it's called, does present us with another option, however. Search engines can only go into some types of websites, and not usually databases. Yet databases contain millions of public records which hold cell phone numbers, addresses, and the other information of most people in our country. Special ‘reverse phone directories’ can be used to search these databases quickly and turn up what we're looking for. Hence, we no longer have to be in the ‘dark’ regarding information about the people connected to our lives.
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