The problem is not that these directories are NOT free, the problem is that they do NOT provide the info people expect to get...
DeKalb, IL (PRWEB) June 22, 2011
As a push for better end-user experience, the newly redesigned service found at http://FreeCellSearch.com allows users to check the identifying information behind U.S. cell and other phone numbers via free promotional extended tracer reports.
"We have kept an eye on the needs of people and reviewed extensive feedback from our users about our services" - says Gleb Vil, R&D director for Venture i. S.A. (the company under whose umbrella FreeCellSearch operates), "so our main goal of this relaunch is to deliver better results than our competition and rehabilitate the image of reverse phone lookups in the eyes of people."
One common method used for tracing cell phone numbers is to use private directories or restricted phone records compiled by data mining companies. But these directories charge access fees.
"The problem is not that these directories are NOT free, the problem is that they do NOT provide the info people are expecting to get while at the same time, creating an impression that they actually can provide this info," - clarifies Gleb.
In order to solve this problem, Venture i. analysts have looked into different ways to partner with major databases and create a product that would offer a better end value to customers. "It is not easy since we are talking about hard-to-find data which cannot be located in open sources."
The new approach is to offer a "no results - no charge" guarantee in the case when none of the databases contain the sought after info on a phone number. This will provide a layer of security for users, and, thus, a better overall search experience. "Most databases charge upfront fees for successful lookups, so there is no technical way to know in advance what data on that particular number is available."
Luckily, you can use this beta promotional opportunity to run a few free phone searches and even obtain one free premium tracer report, while Venture i. R&D team are working on their new business model. Rest assured though that this new model will result in an improved interface and overall end-user experience.
More New Features
1. Better "bang per buck" spent on people searches.
Since there are many scenarios in which we might need to look up someone's identity or run a background check, there will be more value added for these highly popular searches through partnerships with various data providers.
2. Easy-to-use mobile apps.
A mobile version of the site is now available and mobile apps for iPhone and Android are in the making.
3. Confirmed accuracy reports and commissioned private investigation services.
There are some working ideas for verifying the accuracy of generated people search reports. These accuracy scores will allow users to see the probability of incorrect information due to changes which simply have yet to be reflected in the database.
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