Tracers Introduces Reverse Cell Phone and Unlisted Phone Number Search

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New search allow clients to identify owners of cellular and non-published phone numbers in real time.

Tracers Information Specialists, Inc., an 8 year-old Florida company offering a wide variety of information products to qualified business customers, this week announced the launch of a new product to identify and locate owners of cellular telephone numbers and unlisted telephone numbers. The Cell Phone and Unlisted Phone Number Search is the latest addition to the industry's most comprehensive list of information products available instantly via the World Wide Web.

Tracers' product menu expands frequently to meet the changing needs of a diverse client base, according to Chief Operating Officer, Terry Kilburn. "Tracers provides information solutions," he said "The system offers a number of different ways to mine answers from incomplete data. Whether you have an old or partial address, telephone number, or social security number, we can help you locate the information you need quickly and inexpensively."

The company's services are available to legitimate businesses that have a demonstrable need for the types of data Tracers offers. "We designed the system for professionals who know what they need," Kilburn stated. "Time is usually fairly critical to our customers, so we designed a system that allows people to get in, find what they need and get out in the shortest possible time." In addition, the Tracers system stores its customers' search results, allowing customers to retrieve the results of searches they ran months ago at no charge.

The combination of ease-of-use, and the wide variety of current, accurate data available through Tracers' system has proved to be extremely attractive to the information industry. Among the searches offered are comprehensive profile-type searches used for skip tracing and background checking. These reports use a subject's Social Security number to develop associative links, such as current and historical residential information, possible relatives, associates, assets, property, court filings and demographic information.

"We relied heavily on input from law enforcement officers and private companies to design the comprehensive reports," Kilburn said. "The results are a collection of invaluable investigative tools that can be tailored to customers' individual needs with a mouse click before the search is run or after the report returns. Our reports are the most comprehensive and flexible profile-type reports in the industry."

Tracers is well known for its fast, user friendly system and its professional customer service. In addition, it has set an industry standard for policies and procedures that balance the legitimate need for information against consumer privacy issues.

Tracers provides reliable access to hundreds of national and state-specific databases, allowing customers to obtain state criminal records, drivers' motor vehicle records, drivers license information, bankruptcy filings, tax liens, civil judgments, people searches, real property, uniform commercial code (UCC) filings, SSN verification, name and address searches, eviction records and more. Tracers provides the broadest access to data in both real-time and batch mode.

Founded in 1996, Tracers has become the single source provider for information products for businesses throughout the United States. The frequent addition of new ways to search, such as their new Cell Phone and Unlisted Phone Number Search helps to ensure that Tracers will continue to provide the most comprehensive collection of data essential to legal professionals, child support enforcement agencies, law enforcement, insurance professionals, the collection industry and financial institutions.

Their on-line database products help organizations prevent and detect fraud, verify application information, screen potential employees, and locate debtors, missing persons, heirs or assets.

For more information, contact Customer Service Director Nancy Brown at 877-723-2689 or visit at

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