Almost all prepaid and no contract phone companies refuse to share records information to Caller ID companies.
Seattle, Washington (PRWEB) January 19, 2013
Reverse phone lookup is growing in popularity to allow adults to search nationally linked databases of phone records. The use of these systems has helped the Cell Phone Registry company to expand its online search tool available. A new first and last name search is now included with every reverse phone lookup that is completed. This new search provides additional ways that records can be retrieved for phone numbers originating in the U.S.
Credit checks are not always required when a person applies for cellular phone service. The surge in the use of no contract phones has created complications for caller identification companies. The majority of these systems rely on the first or last name of the account owner that has been verified during a credit check. Almost all prepaid and no contract phone companies refuse to share records information to Caller ID companies.
The CellPhoneRegistry.com company is helping to provide a workaround for adults who require a way to search numbers that are unpublished, unlisted or unknown. The nationally linked database search tool is now offered in combination with the first and last name searches. It is the records from this database that can provide the most accurate information available aside from relying solely on caller identification systems.
To use the new first and last name search tool, adults must create an online account and choose between a single search or unlimited annual search plan. These provide direct access to the database and records can be printed or viewed online. A preliminary search can now be conducted to form the basis of a basic phone number or name search.
About Cell Phone Registry
The Cell Phone Registry company launched in 2009 and has innovated its offerings over the past 36 months. From the addition of unlisted numbers to the recent developments, this company now provides immediate access to one of the largest phone records databases in North America. Over a half a billion numbers are now entered into this secure database. The Cell Phone Registry company is one of few on the Internet that provides this information to adults. With annual search plans now available, this company is helping more people locate the owner of a phone number online.