Have you ever got online and tried to do a reverse cell phone number search on a Verizon number? You can go right to their website and try to do it. But the results that come directly from Verzon’s site don’t include mobile numbers. So, what can you do then? Is there a free reverse cell phone lookup service for Verizon numbers?
The short answer to that question is no. None of the major wireless carriers offer free reverse cell phone number search directories available to the public. These numbers are not a matter of public domain and the carriers don’t make them available for free. Verizon does offer a way to do free reverse searches, but only on landline and listed numbers.
Your best free option is to see if the number is available online somewhere. Just enter the number into Google, MSN, or Yahoo and see if you get a match. Most times this is a
fruitless task, but it doesn’t take long and if you can find the information you are looking for, it won’t cost you anything. Maybe some forum, social website, or classified ad site will somehow display the owner’s information connected with the number.
But if this doesn’t work, you can turn to one of the paid directories. If you really want to get to the bottom of the owner information behind a wireless number, at some point you’ll have to come to terms with the fact that this information won’t be free. Mobile numbers aren’t a matter of public record. The sites that offer this information available to the public have to pay a fee to the major wireless carriers, who own and compile this data. This fee is then passed on to you or me if we want access to this information.
But since these sites get their data right from major mobile phone carriers like Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint, it is both very accurate and current. They also put the consumer’s mind at ease by offering a no-questions asked money-back guarantee.
So, what can you expect with these paid sites? You can first search the site to see if the number is maintained in the database. If it is, the site will tell from what location the number is serviced and if the name is available. Then you can decide if you wish to pay for the results. The results will reveal:
• Phone owner name and current address
• Household members
• Phone company and carrier
• Possible neighbors and relatives
• Issuing location with map
• Other phone numbers belonging to owner
• Previous addresses
So, if you need to do a reverse cell phone lookup for any reason, please keep in mind that there are no free directories for wireless phones. But there are a few very reputable directories that can come through virtually every time. One of the best and most trusted is referenced below.