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What is People Lookup?

Today, searching for people on the Internet is commonplace. Many people want to find people by name and know more about their neighbors, look for family members abroad, and do biographical checks on new hires. Numerous sites provide people reverse search services, and this article will help you hone your search skills with such resources.


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Lookup Service Distinctive Features

Search engines designed to find people can provide a wealth of information about the individuals you are looking for. What exactly can you find out by searching for people? Here is a list of information available to users of Internet search resources:

  • Contact Information;
  • Location history;
  • Convictions;
  • Family member list;
  • Social media profiles;
  • Usernames;
  • Online resources used;
  • Criminal records;
  • Family history;
  • Personal information.

The vast majority of sites can provide a large amount of information that needs to be filtered. It is important to understand that information is not free — professional search usually requires a lot of specialized skills, so it costs money. In addition, many sites provide personal information such as name, address, age of a person. You will have to pay money for such records.

What data can be used to find a person on the Internet?

To find a person, most often, you need at least his name. Many search resources work only with a name, and, most likely, there will be a lot of results when searching — there are thousands of people in the world with the same names.

To narrow down your search, most sites provide ample opportunity to add additional information. Current or previous location is a great way to narrow your search. Many sites recommend that you include this information in addition to the person's name. This does not mean at all that you will need to find out the address of the sought after, but if you have data on the postal code or at least the host city, the search will already be more accurate.

Telephone number. Many sites can search by phone number. In other words, when you enter a phone number, search resources can provide its full name and other personal information.

Address. If you know the address of the person, then property records information will be extremely useful for the search resource. If several people live at this address, then the search resource will give you full information about all residents registered at this address.

Where does the search data come from?

Different search resources take information from different sources. Whether you are doing a reverse search online by phone number or address, most sites look at the same resources. Information is most often taken from:

  • Public records;
  • Public profiles;
  • Court records;
  • Marriage records.

Legal Features of People Search

Modern legislation states that personal information cannot be published in the public domain, if it is not social networks and other situations when the user publishes information about himself on the Internet or other public resources.

When concluding contracts, applicants for large companies confirm the fact that they provide their personal data for processing and further use for the purpose of studying by company employees. If you don’t want your information to become public, then immediately notify the employees of the company.

It is also worth considering the fact that any search services must be officially registered and have all the necessary licenses to confirm the legality of their activities. On the sites of search services there are special sections where all licenses required for active activity and other documentation confirming the legality of the search tools used are published.