The information that is supplied could help to verify name, address, telephone number, email and other identifying information.
San Francisco, California (PRWEB) October 21, 2012
Cell phone searching to retrieve a cell phone number can be limited depending on the database that is used. The Phone Detective system has launched its new reverse phone search function online. This new interface is allowing anyone to search through billions of once private phone records to find the ownership information attached to a cell or landline number. The difficulties in the past of tracing a prepaid or contract number are virtually eliminated with Phone Detective. Online searches can be completed here at this link and all information is displayed online.
Prank calling through the 1980s and 1990s was put to rest with the creation of Caller ID systems that helped to determine the source of a phone call. While these systems worked well for landline phones, the use of cell phones expanded in the 1990s and no system was in place to define the source of a phone call.
Data companies that collect and store information have helped to make phone information available to those that request it formally online. The new Phone Detective service is one of these agencies that distribute once private phone ownership information to the public.
Child cell phone usage has increased since 2007 according to telecom research. The number of children aged 12 and under that use cell phones is growing in popularity. While most parents have separate numbers for children to use, tracing the calls that come into a child’s phone can still be difficult to do.
The new reverse phone search system by Phone Detective is designed in part to help parents lookup a landline or cell number that appears on a phone used by their children. This can help to expose possible bullying or other serious threats made towards children.
Employers that process employment applications offline line typically use background check services to verify employment data. Phone records are not usually supplied in a standard verification request.
Employers that are screening potential employees for fraud or related histories could use the Phone Detective reverse phone number search database to verify employee submitted phone numbers. The information that is supplied could help to verify name, address, telephone number, email and other identifying information used in the employment process.
Accessing the new Phone Detective service can be complete through this link and is free for basic searches. A premium search option is available that includes more specific information about telephone number ownership information.
About Reverse Phone Search
The Phone Detective company has integrated its reverse phone search system online to make it simpler to find cell and landline phone information. This service is used by businesses, homeowners, neighbors and public authorities that need to obtain information discretely. The once private phone information of over one billion records has been obtained and released into the reverse phone search database. This is in line with current FCC regulations and all data is up-to-date. The reverse phone search service can be used entirely online from any Internet connected device.