We're helping phone owners to fight back against unwanted calls
Houston, Texas (PRWEB) August 20, 2013
Millions of phone calls are made daily from unlisted numbers, according to recent telecommunications reports. The non-detectible nature of these numbers can make it simpler for harassment, bullying or other abuse of communication by phone. The http://www.reversephonelookupapp.com website has now launched its unlisted numbers reverse phone lookup tool online.
“We're helping phone owners to fight back against unwanted calls,” said a spokesman for the ReversePhoneLookupApp.com website. This system is now providing instant access to over 250 million unlisted phone numbers.
These unpublished numbers can be accessed by adults who are performing personal research.
This new system is not a substitute for employment screenings due to privacy legislation. The database that extracts this information taps multiple sources to verify the accuracy of each number.
Apart from the unpublished numbers, a lookup for a telephone number can reveal more information about a caller. Sample information often includes first name, last name, previous address, current address, age, current phone carrier and other data often censored by caller ID companies.
“Our system now accepts single use searches and unlimited searches,” the spokesman added. These two search parameters were added in the spring of this year.
The unlimited search feature is a premium feature that now provides 365 days of uninterrupted lookups for any amount of numbers to reveal the true identity of nearly any caller.
The ReversePhoneLookupApp.com company launched in 2009 and has grown its telecom website for more than 4 years. This company now gives immediate access to a range of phone number information online. The databases that are accessed to retrieve this information are national sources providing adults with accurate data. The ReversePhoneLookupApp.com company features more than 500 million phone records that can be used to search social media information, name, address, age and other details not currently supplied by caller identification companies in the telecom industry.