Seattle, Washington (PRWEB) December 13, 2012
CellPhoneRegistry.com now has unlisted phone number lookups capability through its new reverse cell phone search database system. Unlike caller identification systems that can have incomplete or missing data, this new searchable database includes more than 17 million unlisted and unpublished phone numbers.
Adults that require access to this information can now use this service entirely online by a preliminary no cost search or from an annual search plan that provides unlimited daily searches.
Phone pranks and what can be ruled as harassment can happen in any U.S. city. Verification of a phone number usually requires information about the owner of the number due to privacy laws in some states.
The public databases that are offered through the Cell Phone Registry company include information that is gathered from multiple sources. These sources could help to verify phone ownership information.
The ability to obtain a report for a specific number as well as a first or last name is now possible through this new search system. The type of information that can be obtained can vary depending on the amount of records that are retrievable. The reports may include complete name and address, phone carrier information, date of birth and length account has been open.
The use of this data is considered private and is not meant for employers to use as a pre-employment screening service. The CellPhoneRegistry.com company is not a consumer credit reporting agency and does not allow access to sensitive data.
The publicly accessible records are considered obtainable information from a number of online and offline sources. The millions of numbers, names and other information now included in the online database comply with legislation and privacy laws.
About Cell Phone Registry
The Cell Phone Registry company offers its public data to consumers online through a number of different search databases. The reverse phone lookup system provides adult users with information concerning the ownership information of a U.S. based number. The launch of this service in 2009 has helped people to validate and access this data for private use. The growing numbers of cell phone users in the U.S. are provided with the Cell Phone Registry public information to help validate unlisted and hard to find numbers.