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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    I need a reliable reverse cell phone number trace site?
    I am looking for the most accurate reverse cell phone number trace site. Any suggestion would be appreciated . Thanks .

    • ANSWER:
      There are no truly free sites as cell phone records are NOT public records. To get the information requires that records searches be performed by a legitimate agency and they DO charge for this. You will find all kinds of sites that claim to be "free" but all you will get for free is the city and state. I have tried my personal cell phone number in many of these sites and they do not give correct info even at that. They usually come back and tell me that it is a landline number, which I know it is not. If you want to pay to get the information then Google reverse cell phone lookup and you will find many sources

  2. QUESTION:
    Is there a free service for phone numbers?
    I am looking for an online reverse phone number tracing service. Are there any out there? I already found like 4 of them but you must pay for a plan to use them.

    • ANSWER:
      Yeah you get the initial search for free with limited info on it but to get the full trace report you need to pay. There's more about this on the following link...

  3. QUESTION:
    How to trace a pinger number?
    I'm getting harassed by this Text Free number and when i call it says its from Pinger.

    Is there a way i can look the number up on pingers site? Or anyway i can find out info on this?

    • ANSWER:
      If you are being harassed by a Pinger Textfree number, please go to this article from our help site and follow the instructions:
      http://pinger.zendesk.com/entries/20306048-if-you-are-being-threatened-or-harassed

  4. QUESTION:
    How do i find the location of a land-line phone number (The house)?
    Pretty straight forward, How do i find the location of a land-line phone number, as in...the house? Please help, Im looking for an old friend and ive gone through so many hassling searches, this is my last option...

    below are ripoff services:
    (DO NOT RECOMMEND THESE TO ME PLEASE)
    -Free Cell Phone Traces
    -Phone number trace
    -Intelius
    -PeopleLookUp

    • ANSWER:
      have u tried switchboard.com? thats how my boyfriend from 10years ago found me.
      also if u put the name in 123people.com u can get some info. thats how i found some old friends.

  5. QUESTION:
    How to trace a mobile number for free on my desktop computer?
    Please tell me how to trace a mobile number for free on my desktop computer?

    • ANSWER:
      http://www.hacktrix.com/trace-mobile-phone-location-and-service-provider-details/

      Check this Site. It Works

  6. QUESTION:
    How to do a free reverse phone number trace?
    Howdy Folks ~ I've tried doing several reverse phone number traces at a number of sites like http://www.WhatNumberIsThis.com. None of them will give me the owner's name and address of an unknown phone number for FREE. Isn't this sort of information public record...? Any suggestions?

    • ANSWER:
      What makes you think that a person's private telephone account information is public information? The only sites that make such information known to the public for free are sites that are dedicated to reporting telephone spammers (a.k.a. telemarketers). I suggest that if you want to find out private information you be prepared to pony up a barrel full of cash like a good little snoop.

  7. QUESTION:
    How To Do A Free Reverse Phone Number Trace?
    I got scammed recently. The person is around 14, so I don't wan't to report it to the police. All I got is a phone number that was his personal cell phone number. I want to get his name and address so that I could teach him a lesson. Is there anyway I can do this for completely free.

    • ANSWER:

  8. QUESTION:
    Getting a repeated hangup call on my cell from a toll free number, how can I trace or block it?
    For the past three days (early in the morning and late in the evening) I have been getting hangup calls from a toll free number on my cell. I finally called the number and without giving a company name it tells you to put in your phone number to be taken of of their list, which sounded to me like a scam. I looked up the number online and didn't find anything. Does anyone know what this is or how I can block them? Thanks.
    My service is Verizon if that helps.

    • ANSWER:
      Most times, a company uses a machine to call the same numbers over and over. this way they know the best time to call, when you will answer. this saves telemarketer time if no one is home. Chances are this is what is happening. i don't think you would have a problem puting your number in but i am not sure.

      I suggest simplly not answering until it goes away.

  9. QUESTION:
    Is there any free trace cell phone number places that are free no cost at all?
    is there a free place to trace numbers?

    • ANSWER:
      Yes, The Police... There is no other way for you to do it, You would need a Police report and a good reason.
      Otherwise it would be illegal

  10. QUESTION:
    how to trace a unlisted home and cell number for free?
    I think my boyfriend is cheating I have found a bunch of different numbers on his phone but am sure how to find out who belongs to the numbers so if anyone knows the best way to trace a number for free please let me know that would be great. Thanks.

    • ANSWER:
      you should try *67 [it is supposed to call the last person who called him]. You can only call the last person who called him though.

  11. QUESTION:
    How to trace a number on the internet for free?
    My boyfriend's dad got a text message from this number (678-326-1142) saying my boyfriend smokes weed and he doesn't. His dad got mad at tested my boyfriend and he came out clean. So his dad promised to help him find out who is trying to get him. We have the number and I know it's from newnan but is there a way on the internet for me to figure out who owns it?

    • ANSWER:
      There are no free cell phone directories. There are plenty of pay sites if daddy wants to put his money where his mouth is.

  12. QUESTION:
    Can police trace a text free number from iPod touch 4th generation?
    I texted a person and said this is April, I have something to tell you. then they saidto stop texting them or they would call the cops. I texted it from text free on my iPod to a regular cell number. can police track my number?

    • ANSWER:
      Yes they can, you would be surprised at what our government can do when it comes to tracing and monitoring phone messages. The question is will they.

  13. QUESTION:
    How to track Mobile number in details for free?
    I want to know, is there any website who can tell me about any particular Indian Mobile Number that from exactly which place it belongs to. Instead of only the state it should tell me the exact location or city of the Mobile User.

    • ANSWER:
      Please try these web site links to trace/track a mobile phone number.

      http://www.mobiletracer.in/mobile-number-directory/
      http://www.internet4mobile.com/mobile_number_information.aspx
      http://anooptechnology.com/tracer/free-mobile-phone-number-tracing-trace-mobile-phone-numbers.php
      hsj

  14. QUESTION:
    Can you trace the call from Magic Jack free call in iphone?
    If someone download the Magic Jack to their iphone and use it for free, without registering the number or paying anything, will I able to trace their call?

    • ANSWER:
      Tracing their call equates to finding out where the call was made from, and if that's your question - then no, you can't trace their call.

      Getting their caller id may be possible - but the iPhone app uses their Magic Jack phone number and a Wi-Fi connection, so at best all you'll get is their Magic Jack number. Even that can be spoofed or altered, however - so no, you can't reliably get Caller ID information for them.

      Hope this helps.

  15. QUESTION:
    How can I trace my family history?
    I only know 2 of my family names so how am I supposed to trace my family history?
    I've been on ancestory but don't really understand it,can you help please?

    • ANSWER:
      Get as much information as possible from living family, particularly your senior members. Tape them if they will let you. It might turn out they are confused on some things but what might seem to be insigifnicant ramblings and story telling might be very significant. People who do this state they go back a few years later after doing research and listen to the tape again and hear things they didn't hear the first time around.

      Your public library probably has a genealogy section. Check it out. They might have a subscription to Ancestry.Com that has lots of records. They have all the U.S. censuses through 1930. The 1940 and later are not available to the public yet. They have U. K. censuses also.

      Just don't take as fact everything you see in family trees on any website, free or paid.
      The information is user submitted and mostly not documented. Even when you see the same information repeatedly by many different submitters that is no guarantee it is correct. A lot of people copy without verifying. Use the information as clues as to where to get the documentation.

      A Family History Center at a Latter Day Saints(Mormon) Church has lots of records, not just on Mormons. In Salt Lake City, they have the world's largest genealogical collection. Their Family History Centers can order microfilm for you to view at a nominal fee. Just call your nearest Family HIstory Center and find out their hours for the general public.

      I have never had them to try and convert me or send their missionaries by to ring my doorbell. I have never heard that they have done so to anyone else that has availed themselves of their resources.

      You will need vital records, births, marriages, deaths. Now different states in the U.S. have different laws regarding when a person who is not immediate family can obtain those records. Many are clamping down on birth certificates due to identity theft. In Texas, a person not immedicate family use to be able to get a birth certificate after 50 years, now it is 75 years.. However, all these records are a way of obtaining parent information and usually the mother's maiden name. Death certificates and applications for a social security number have names of both parents, with mother's maiden name, and their places of birth.

      Generally most vital information was not being recorded by any governing body until the first quarter of the 20th century in much of the U. S. Not every state started at the same time. So, then you will need church records, baptisms, First Communion, Confirmation, Marriage and Deaths records can usually be found in churches.

  16. QUESTION:
    How do I trace a mobile phone number for free?
    I need to find the name & address that a mobile number belongs to for free. Do you know of any websites that can do this for me?

    • ANSWER:
      Ring the number and ask the person who answers it.

      That's the only way.

  17. QUESTION:
    How to trace a restricted number on my cell phone?
    Last night I got a call from a number that came up as restricted and they were making threatening comments about my mom, and towards my friend that took the phone to try and get the person to say who they were. Someone also keyed my car on Wednesday so I have a feeling these two things are related. I don't want to be harrassed. I have Verizon cell phone service, can anyone help out here?

    • ANSWER:
      If you have the number you can try this site. It's a free site. But you may have to pay money to get more information. But it's worth a try.

      http://www.whitepages.com/10583/reverse_phone/?source=GO000009&KW=reverse_phone_number&s_kwcid=reverse%20phone%20number|854340722

      This is another site to try

      http://phonenumbers.addresses.com/phone.php?refer=2230&aid=2230&sid=2&adword=1|S|phone%20number%20reverse&gclid=CPOv27CBpZUCFQQrFQodziQVYw

      And Verizon has it's own reverse number lookup also.

      http://www22.verizon.com/utilities/reverselookup/

  18. QUESTION:
    How can i trace a cell phone number?
    My wife is getting perverted text and voicemail. I have the phone number. How can i get a hold of this person?
    Straight to voicemail when i call and just talks s**t through text.

    • ANSWER:
      f this is a recurring problem you can forward your calls to a toll-free number which will reveal blocked IDs.

      When I need to bust a private caller I forward unanswered calls to a toll-free number instead of voicemail deposit. Then don't answer private calls. Caller ID cannot be blocked to toll-free numbers.

      You can use the toll-free provider's voicemail or forward the call to another line from there.

      The toll-free provider I use is Kall8 which immediately sends an email with the caller's name (if available) and number. You can have this sent to your phone. This provider charges a month and 6.9 cents a minute.

  19. QUESTION:
    What is a free way to trace my family's Genealogy?
    I REALLY want to look into my family history, so does anyone know any sites that provide genealogy tracing for free? I mean completely free, not a Free Limited Trial or none of that horse-crap.

    • ANSWER:
      Before you launch into websites and get fed up because you can't find what you are looking for, or more likely don’t know what to look for, do your groundwork first.......
      Look on this site, it will help you make a start in understanding the principles of researching your family history http://www.familytreefolk.co.uk/page_11010.html , also www.bbc.co.uk is another good website that will give you all the information to get you started, search for heir hunters or family history.
      Down load family history sheets http://www.mcpl.lib.mo.us/genlh/forms/ & starting with yourself fill one in. You will find the sheets act as a check list you may also find that you don't have all your own information & have to go searching in your home and asking your parents/other relations about it, look for any certificates, baptism cards, wedding invitations, newspaper clippings and any other papers which can give you information, we all have these and most are put away and forgotten about.
      Look at your own birth certificate, it gives you lots of information & don’t forget to write the registration number from it down on your form, as this tells you that it is primary document information, which is what you need for every piece of information you collect, once you start researching you will notice that many people don’t have primary information numbers on their research...which shows you it is hearsay, copied from others , from websites and guesswork and there is no place in family history research for guesswork. One wrong name in your tree and it means you are not researching YOUR family and it is so easy to get it wrong without looking at documentation.
      Fill a sheet in for your parents /any living relations you have, go & talk to them, ask to see any certificates they have, write all the information down they give you, just from a marriage cert you will get both names including the maternal name, where they lived, married the date, their fathers names, occupations & names of witnesses...also if the bride/ groom could read & write at that time as if there is an x in the signature box they could’t, which also then helps you later on looking at other records should you find different spelling of their name.....ask if they have any old photographs as this gets people talking and remembering other people in the family they had ‘forgotten’ about...write down any 'family stories' you are told, it is all part of your family’s history and culture....some may be correct, however many are not or have some truth in them and different people in your family will tell you different versions of the same story, you find once you start researching you can sometimes use these stories in your research for clues about where to look at records...........before you go near a website, this information give you a 'feel' for who your family is and makes it s much easier to find ancestors once you do start looking at websites
      By using the family sheets it makes it very easy for other relations to see what you are doing & to understand the information you are collecting, they are more likely to help & give you more information....as most at first will say, “I don't know or I haven't got any idea about our ancestors". It is also nice to be able to give you relations a copy, as by doing this they will look at the information, talk about it and may remember more information for you or even find some paperwork that has been long forgotten. I very often leave these sheets with family & tell them to add information if they remember, the more family you ask the better, this information is first hand information, most family historians regret not having asked these questions of older family members once they realise how valuable their knowledge could have been, however many often leave it too late to ask .
      The very best sources of information is in your home memories of your living relations, any documents, certificates and newspaper clippings that many people keep....you will get lots of information, start lots of interest in what you are doing and will get your family involved in helping you get started and are more likely to have correct information
      If you want a computer database a free one is Brothers Keeper http://www.bkwin.net/version6.htm and you can even add photographs, print out family trees, lists or add notes/stories etc
      Once you have done all this you will be more aware of who your family is, you get a ‘feel’ for who is family and who is not & websites are easier to look at then as you can cross reference the information you have...
      Many will tell you www.familysearch.org or the LDS pilot website, it does have some good information, it also has lots of donated, unverified information which is completely wrong from people who have copied other‘s family trees & sent it in, so you can't be sure it is YOUR FH.
      Good luck in your research

  20. QUESTION:
    How can I trace the copyright owner of a photo I find on the Internet?
    Secondly, is there a way I can search for copyright free photos?
    Thanks in advance.

    • ANSWER:
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  21. QUESTION:
    How can you find the name of someone sending you emails and calling you for free online?
    I keep getting threatening, derogatory, etc emails from a particular email address. I have no idea who it is. I keep getting phone calls from a particular number, I call back it goes straight to voicemail, the voicemail is pre-recorded, it is generic, there is no way of knowing who is. I tried some websites and all I know is it a cell phone number. I still can not find out who is cell phone number it is.

    • ANSWER:
      If you are getting threatening e-mails from anyone, report it to the local police and get a police report.

      There are criminals out there who make their living trying to scare people with these threats; you might be on their list of people to try their attacks on.

      If you are getting phone calls from a "particular number" also report that to the police and get a seperate report. The numbers that appear with CallerID might be spoofed numbers, even though that is illegal. With a police report, an investigator can force the telephone company that "controls" that particular "cell phone number" to divulge who has been assigned the number - with all the no-contract phones out there, this can be difficult though.

      With a police report, an investigator can get a court subpoena and force the telephone company that provides you with your telephone number and service to begin tracing the call to where it originates from, or where it enters their equipment. It's not easy tracing calls and it is very time-consuming.

      As for the threatening emails, I suggest you get a new email address and carefully and quietly begin notifying your contacts, one at a time. If you begin getting the threatening emails at your new email address, you will know that someone who has access to the computers of one of your contacts is sending out the emails, which will mean you are not just another email name on some scammer's list.

  22. QUESTION:
    Are their any free reverse directory sites for cellphones?
    I use to have Mr.Number for iphone,but lost it when I had to reset my phone.

    • ANSWER:
      Have you seen podze? Google "podze" to see about cell phone traces...

  23. QUESTION:
    Where could a 12 digit phone number, with the first 3 numbers being 447 come from?
    I got a call this morning from someone with 12 numbers in their phone number. They called my cell, it rang once, then they hung up. The first 3 numbers were 447 and the next 3 were 914. Where could this be coming from, and why did the number have 12 digits?

    • ANSWER:
      Its a service number or international.

      A lot of cellular providers have test phone in their retail outlets that have special service numbers that cant be dialed too.

      Many cellular providers have lost track of many of these....so people are just making free calls from them without any prosecution or possibility of a trace....what-so-ever....

  24. QUESTION:
    Is there ANYWAY to find out who called you on a restricted phone number?
    There is a person who keeps calling me on a restricted phone number and i want to give them a piece of their own medicine!

    How do you call the number back, or at least know the number.

    • ANSWER:
      When a number shows up as private or restricted, and no numbers show up, you cannot trace it. It's done for good reason. Suppose you blocked your number when you called someone, would you want the phone company to just hand over your information? We can't.

      If a number shows up that doesn't make sense, such as 000-000-0000 or 123-456-7890 it means it is a VoiP call, and the person is using a computer to call you with means, such as Skype. You can't call these numbers back. They are not phone numbers.

      If a number shows up and it looks like a proper number with area code and number an you get a recording saying your call can't go through, it means it's either a payphone, a calling card routing number, an institution that doesn't allow calls to come in (i.e. prisons, hospitals, offices, hotels, etc). Inbound lines only are numbers that can reach you, but you cannot dial back because the restriction on the line is set up so they don't receive calls. Telemarketers are famous for having lines like these.

      Routing numbers are numbers that are commonly used by collect calls and calling cards, where the call goes through a toll free number and then to a switcher to be placed to you. The number of the switcher, which is restricted, comes to your own phone and your call display will show you a number that it has been reached from before it got to you. Again, you can't call it back.

      If criminal activity has happened on the line, you can dial *57 to trace the call, however this information goes to the police. The police can investigate where the call came from, but again, if it's something like a payphone, then it's a matter of who used the phone, and if cameras are operated to show people using the phone at specific times. *57 information is not just handed to you. What you are doing is no different than calling the police. If the police need to contact you over the matter, they will.

      Otherwise, you can have call blocking features on your line, and perhaps specific numbers, but this is often for a fee. If your situation is harassing calls, you can report it to your phone company and due to the nature of your problem, may have the fee waived to change your number.

      To keep it simple, can you just get a restricted number? No. I know it's not what you want to hear, but it's what is possible and not possible, and you do not get this information unless you are the police.

  25. QUESTION:
    How do i trace an australian mobile phone number? Are there any free websites?
    I just need to find a first and surname for this phone number that keeps texting me. Any help?

    • ANSWER:
      You can't trace mobile phone like that. If you have the number call you phone co and tell them there bothering you

  26. QUESTION:
    How do I trace a cellphone call for free?
    I've been getting prank phone calls from some lady on both my home phone and cellphone. They texted me something demeaning, but now I have their cell number on my phone. I've been looking online how to tap into a phone- but not only is that pricey, it sounds illegal. I've also tried a reverse number lookup, but it's nowhere near accurate. Is there another way?
    Thank you.

    • ANSWER:
      yes, phone tapping is illegal. start with google (entering that phone # into it) I'm guessing you tried that already?

      which reverse phone lookup service did you try that wasn't accurate? well *57 will trace phone calls. (but I think that's per use)

      next time they call you could explain that you've got their number and all of that stuff.

  27. QUESTION:
    How to trace some ones cell phone for free?
    I need to find out the name of a persons cell phone number i have, i only need the name but i dont want to pay for it.
    Ricky there are many cell phone tracing websites but i dont want to pay.

    • ANSWER:
      Don't be stalking anyone. Only the cell phone company or the government can do it. Be careful the government knows where you are.

  28. QUESTION:
    How can I confirm that my USPS Priority Mail package arrived if I have no tracking number?
    I sent a package on eBay to a buyer and they are claiming that it never arrived. I didn't get a tracking number because I sent it directly at the post office. How can I find proof that it was delivered as promised? Is there some way to find it by address?

    • ANSWER:
      If you did not insure it or pay for a tracking service when mailing, it was not tracked. You might be able to go to the post office and ask for a "trace", but more often than not these come up empty and they just say they put it in the mailbox at which point their responsibility ends.

      Because you can not prove delivery, PayPal will refund the money to the buyer once they file a claim. Sorry about that, but it happens. I hope it was not an expensive item.

      I always insure, even if I am offering free shipping, to avoid just a scenario.

  29. QUESTION:
    What are some really good ipod touch free apps?
    i have alot of apps but have become a little short on cash. what are some of the free apps that i can get for it?

    • ANSWER:
      There are a ton of good, free apps out there, some just as good as paid for ones. I recently maxed the number of apps i could have to 9 pages. Most of these are not very good, but here are some.
      Games:
      Cube Runner
      You will probably have this. If not, it's a game where you tilt your iPod from side to side to try and manuever a ship around obstacles. This game is one of the best ones.

      Tap Tap Revenge 2
      This is the newest (free) version of tap tap. This one has more levels and can be a lot more difficult than the first application for this, making it more entertaining.

      Some other good game apps:
      Time Crisis
      Galcon Lite
      Maze Finger
      Bubblewrap (as dumb as it sounds)
      Jelly Car (pretty fun, lots of levels)
      Tap Defense (Tower Defense Game)
      FS5 Hockey (Air hockey game, can be 2 player)
      Brick Free
      Blue Skies Lite(helicopter game, pretty fun)
      Knots
      Venger Lite
      Cube (1st person shooter)
      Labyrinth LE
      Four Free (connect four game)
      Dactyl (really fun, like defuse the bomb game)
      T4Two Free
      Penguin Lite
      Space Deadbeef (spaceship game)
      iShoot Lite
      Copter
      ScriBattle Lite
      SinkSub Lite
      Virtual Pool Lite
      Tunnel (an old classic)
      Trace
      Chess
      Sudoku

      School-Related Apps
      GraphCalc
      (a great graphing calc)
      Translator (needs internet connection, but is great for any language, translates, conjugates, and always uses the correct form for all languages, I use this instead of the computer to look up Spanish sentences)

      Stanza
      (lets you download books, has a ton of free ones, nice if you want to look for classics)

      Units
      (converts between anything that involves units like area, currency, energy, temperature, time, length, weight, speed, and so on, it also includes a ruler)

      Air Sharing
      (it's good for getting most types of files like word documents onto your ipod, it has nice easy directions to follow)

      iProcrastinate
      (one of the best homework schedule apps, really great app)

      Dictionary
      (just came out a little bit ago, an amazing dictionary and thesarus 250,000 words, 80,000 synonyms, no internet connection needed)

      Dictionaire
      (slower server, but still a good dictionary, i have both just in case one doesn't have something, still no internet needed)

      Formula Free
      (all different types of Math/Science formulas)

      Miscellaneous
      Facebook
      The iBall (eight ball)
      iSteam (just check it out, it's pretty cool)
      iHandy Level
      Mini Piano
      Backgrounds (has some good pictures)
      Collage
      (picture sharing place, it shows pictures from other iPod touch/iPhone users and you can save them, needs internet obviously)

      Auto Cue
      (super cool app, you can make speeches or anything else on there and have it play it back to you at whatever speed you want, and it lets you download things off of the computer or something, you should try this one)

      Coin Toss (the purpose is somewhat implied in the name)
      Flip Book Lite
      (cool app, also somewhat of a give-away name, you can make like 3 flipbooks with 12 slides or something, you know, like to show a ball bouncing or something)

      LightSaber (just try it, it's fun to mess around with)
      Cradle (an app for Newton Balls)
      Wikiamo (requires internet connection, good for looking up information)
      iDoodle2 Lite
      (good drawing application, or try "Doodle It" another good drawing application)

      Flashlight (a pretty good flashlight app)
      Pandora (great app, basically pandora on the iPod touch)

      iSeismo
      (kinda random, but it's fun to mess around with, kinda like a seismometer, you know, a device that records earthquakes, it's pretty sensitive)

      Please note:

      Some of these apps may no longer exist on the app store or may have become paid-for applications. This is most likely because I have downloaded many of these months ago and there have been limited-free deals.
      Hope this helps. (sorry for the amazingly long post, I can't help it as I type 110 WPM)

  30. QUESTION:
    How to trace a phone call on a cell phone?
    I get random calls from random numbers and blocked numbers. I'm very good with computer hacking but i would like to know this: "Is there a way you can plug in your phone/blackberry to your computer and answer a call and find that callers EXACT position?" Please help me, Comment if you have anything. PLEASE! I prefer free programs/sites but anything will do!

    • ANSWER:
      Call tracing is not a service available for civilian entertainment. It's not a toy for finding out who's prank calling you. If it's an actual problem, then contact your provider or a local law enforcement official to help you out. They can either have the numbers blocked or assign a new number to you.

      That said, if you're "very good with computer hacking" you wouldn't be asking this question on Yahoo! Answers. You're not much of a hacker if you can't figure this out for yourself. Stop with your nonsense.

  31. QUESTION:
    How can I trace a strange phone number and to get its exact address and perhaps the owner?
    Is there any software that I can use to see all the details of the number?

    • ANSWER:
      one of the best sites would be zabasearch and yellowbook!!

      http://zabasearch.com/

      http://www.yellowbook.com/search/findaperson/

      if that doesn't do it ....try this!!

      You never have to pay those exorbitant directory assistance charges again. Check out these sites to find telephone numbers for individuals, businesses and to look up zip codes:

      # 411.com - Business and residential telephone numbers, zip codes, public records on individuals, maps and local entertainment

      # switchboard.com - Find telephone listings for people, businesses, products and get e-mail addresses, maps and city guides

      # Who Where - Powered by Lycos, find phone numbers and e-mail addresses for your family and friends

      # Any Who - Find a person or business

      # Google Voice Local Search - Google's new free 411 service

      # Tellme - Microsoft's 411 service geared for mobile users

      # Free 411 - Free directory assistance

      # White Pages - Look up telephone numbers, e-mail addresses, area codes and websites

  32. QUESTION:
    How do I find out where a certain IP number orginates from?
    I have an email that I am trying to back track to see where it orginated from via the IP number. How do I do that? I need to see if the email was done locally or from someplace else in the state. Can anyone help me please?

    • ANSWER:
      Hi, you can trace any IP over the Internet using a free web-site service called Visual Route, it tells you from where it comes and it even shows you a map from your ip to that specific ip. Here is the link: http://visualroute.visualware.com/

      Also if this is not enough type this google search: track ip and a whole list of sites will appear.

      Hope this helps!

  33. QUESTION:
    If the police can trace a 911 hangup in two seconds, then why does it take forever to trace a call in a movie?
    We all know that if you call 911 and hang up, they send out an officer to make sure you're okay, which means that they can tell where you are in just a couple seconds - then why does it take FOREVER to trace a call in the movies? Is this a genuine disconnect from reality, or is it an entirely different process? Thanks!

    • ANSWER:
      All calls to 911 are set up by the phone company to automatically show where they are coming from if a land line is used.

      For a call coming into a private line police and FBI can and do try to set this up ahead of time in kidnapping cases. The trouble is a "trap" has to be placed on each trunk line servicing the specific land line. This can run into the dozens and takes a long time. So what they do is set up a number of likely traps and hope that given enough time on the line they can, by the process of elimination, find which line the call is on and the initiate the fast search like to 911.
      The fast way of doing it, using caller ID does not work with many knowledgeable criminals. Caller id is easy to "spoof" with free software available on the net.
      Cell phones are a completely different story in both 911 adn calls to a victim.

      This is one case where the movies almost get it right but it actually takes more time than they say.

  34. QUESTION:
    Does anyone know of a website that will trace a phone number ABSOLUTELY FREE?
    All the sites that say they are free cannot find the number, then refer you to their "paid" site.

    • ANSWER:

  35. QUESTION:
    Is there a free way to reverse trace a phone number and get a name?
    Most website either give you a general location or want to charge tons of money to give me a background check and such. I'm not interested in all that, just want to get a name for a mysterious cell phone number that calls me. Any ideas?

    • ANSWER:
      not for cell phones- their number is protected. If it was a land line- white pages has a reverse lookup

  36. QUESTION:
    How can I look up a cell phone number and get the subscriber info for free?
    OK. The number I am trying to trace turns out to be a cell phone. All it will tell me is that it is out of Baltimore. If I want name of subscriber, I have to pay. Are there truly any "free" ways to determine who is calling me?

    • ANSWER:
      There are no free ways of doing this.

  37. QUESTION:
    Is there any way to send SMS to anyone without displaying sender's number?
    If its possible then it must be so full-proof that the sender number cant be traced !

    Is there any way for doing this ?

    • ANSWER:
      Hi there,

      I use cbfsms.com. You can send free texts from there and it changes the number it was sent from each time, ususally just by 1 digit or so. Try it out on your own phone if you wanted first.

      http://www.cbfsms.com/

      Although if they are abusive enough for them to take to the police then please know they will trace it

      Hope this helps

      Andy

  38. QUESTION:
    What is the best way to memorise anatomy for art?
    Is it simply to read in your anatomy art book, trace (and or) draw each part of the anatomy or is there a better way?
    I sometimes feel like I'm wasting my time and I forget what I've already have learned.
    Either if it's the actual part, the way it connects or the name of the part itself.
    Not to mention the best way to go about drawing it.
    How can I speed up, memorize and just get the most out of it?
    How do I know which book is more accurate than the other?
    There always a little different.
    Thank you.

    • ANSWER:
      Actually, what you're wanting to learn are basic body proportions. It's much simpler than memorizing reams of anatomy terms and every little muscle and tendon. Start with body proportions. Finding an online class or program that teaches this is what I recommend.

      While you can get a lot of great tips and tricks out of a book or in-person course, it's often hard to do that.  A book is pretty static, with a limited number of pictures you can use to guide you, and an in-person course can be expensive, inconvenient, and STILL not give you what you're looking for.

      I recommend searching for reputable, solid drawing courses online.  It can be convenient, cost-efficient, and pretty effective.  There are quite a lot of them out there.  Some guidelines for choosing good ones as opposed to fluff:

      1)  Make sure their explanation of the contents of their course is clear and detailed.  Make sure you really understand what each lesson or module is providing.

      2)  Make sure the price is reasonable for your budget.  A site that offers a range of pricing options can be a great find.  

      3)  Make sure there is a continuing logic through the course.  Whether the artist is offering three lessons or fifteen, make sure there's a cohesion in the entire program.  You will improve your drawing skills best if each lesson builds on the previous one.  In these cases, it's best to go in order through the lessons.

      4)  If the site seems to be offering something for nothing, chances are, they ARE.  The price should be comparable for the quality of instruction they're promising.  There should be a clear message that the lessons or program will not just draw something for you but will actually TEACH you how to do what the professional artist is doing. And if they're offering you free instruction or instruction that only costs a few dollars, chances are very good you won't get a lot out of it and you'll be back to hopping around the Internet looking for good instruction.

      5) Look for proof of the artist's skill, either by seeing images of their work on their site or seeing before and after pictures from their students.

      Be smart about looking for good drawing instruction on the Internet, and you WILL find it. A great place to start can be found at http://drawingsecretsrevealed.com, a college-level, 12-lesson video instruction course that uses video demonstration and PDF downloadable practice materials to teach you to draw. It teaches you the foundation concepts necessary to really SEE like an artist so you can truly draw anything you see (with a lot of practice, of course!). It has a variety of pricing options for any budget and Sarah Parks, the artist, is an extremely good teacher. You can see her paintings and drawings on the site, which shows you the underlying foundation of solid drawing skills she teaches.

      Good luck!

  39. QUESTION:
    What exactly are 'free radicals', and why are they harmful to our health?
    Free radicals are found in deep fried food and other types of food and I heard something about how eating foods with antioxidants helps neutralize them. What though, are free radicals exactly?

    • ANSWER:
      Short answer, they cause cancer.

      Long answer:
      In chemistry, radicals (often referred to as free radicals) are atomic or molecular species with unpaired electrons on an otherwise open shell configuration. These unpaired electrons are usually highly reactive, so radicals are likely to take part in chemical reactions. Because they are uncharged, their reactivity is different from the reactivity of similar ions. Radicals play an important role in combustion, atmospheric chemistry, polymerization, plasma chemistry, biochemistry, and many other chemical processes, including human physiology. For example, superoxide and nitric oxide regulate many biological processes, such as controlling vascular tone. "Radical" and "Free Radical" are frequently used interchangeably, however a radical may be trapped within a solvent cage or be otherwise bound. The first organic free radical, the triphenylmethyl radical was identified by Moses Gomberg in 1900.

      Historically, the term radical has also been used for bound parts of the molecule, especially when they remain unchanged in reactions. For example, methyl alcohol was described as consisting of a methyl 'radical' and a hydroxyl 'radical'. Neither were radicals in the usual chemical sense, as they were permanently bound to each other, and had no unpaired, reactive electrons. In mass spectrometry, such radicals are observed after breaking down the substance with a hail of energetic electrons.
      Free radicals are atoms or groups of atoms with an odd (unpaired) number of electrons and can be formed when oxygen interacts with certain molecules. Once formed these highly reactive radicals can start a chain reaction, like dominoes. Their chief danger comes from the damage they can do when they react with important cellular components such as DNA, or the cell membrane. Cells may function poorly or die if this occurs. To prevent free radical damage the body has a defense system of antioxidants.

      Antioxidants are molecules which can safely interact with free radicals and terminate the chain reaction before vital molecules are damaged. Although there are several enzyme systems within the body that scavenge free radicals, the principle micronutrient (vitamin) antioxidants are vitamin E, beta-carotene, and vitamin C. Additionally, selenium, a trace metal that is required for proper function of one of the body's antioxidant enzyme systems, is sometimes included in this category. The body cannot manufacture these micronutrients so they must be supplied in the diet.

      Vitamin E : d-alpha tocopherol. A fat soluble vitamin present in nuts, seeds, vegetable and fish oils, whole grains (esp. wheat germ), fortified cereals, and apricots. Current recommended daily allowance (RDA) is 15 IU per day for men and 12 IU per day for women.

      Vitamin C : Ascorbic acid is a water soluble vitamin present in citrus fruits and juices, green peppers, cabbage, spinach, broccoli, kale, cantaloupe, kiwi, and strawberries. The RDA is 60 mg per day. Intake above 2000 mg may be associated with adverse side effects in some individuals.

      Beta-carotene is a precursor to vitamin A (retinol) and is present in liver, egg yolk, milk, butter, spinach, carrots, squash, broccoli, yams, tomato, cantaloupe, peaches, and grains. Because beta-carotene is converted to vitamin A by the body there is no set requirement. Instead the RDA is expressed as retinol equivalents (RE), to clarify the relationship. (NOTE: Vitamin A has no antioxidant properties and can be quite toxic when taken in excess.)

  40. QUESTION:
    Does anyone know of a website that you can trace who has lived in your house over the years?
    Free would be great but a small fee is acceptable. Thanks.

    • ANSWER:
      Do a reverse address search, at intellious. A reverse search is when you know the address or phone number and wish to know who it belongs to. Here is a link to them; http://www.addresses.com

      Good Luck, ;-)

  41. QUESTION:
    What is the best website that lets you change your number for calls?
    Those sites that let you change the number that appears on the other persons caller ID and phone records so your number can't be traced. Which one has the cheapest rates?

    • ANSWER:
      your number can ALWAYS be traced... unless of course you know how to fail your ANI - which is not an easy task....

      i use http://bluffmycall.com because they give you free 2 minute calls... and when i spoof 2 minutes is more than enough for what i need (i usually call customers from my cell phone spoofing the office phone number, so that they do not have my direct cell phone number)

  42. QUESTION:
    Is there a way to do a reverse cell phone search without cost or having to register my own cell phone info?
    I have found a couple sites who claim to be free, but they all seem to demand I give them my own personal full name and information. I'm not comfortable doing that. Furthermore, is that the only way they update their registries? If so, I have no guarantee they'll provide me with the information I need before I part with such information that I'm not at all comfortable parting at this time.

    • ANSWER:
      Updating registries isn't the issue, the issue is that there is no registry, database or directory of cell phone subscriber info. With tha t in mind, how could there EVER be a free source for such info?
      You need to buy such info from an investigative agency that specializes in phone number tracing. And you need a legitimate reason, as well. My company has had good luck with Cellulartrace.com. Of course, they aren't free but they do have the lowest prices on the net.
      Good luck.

  43. QUESTION:
    What to do when receiving harrasing text messages?
    I keep getting annoying phone calls, now I'm getting text messages from the same person. Which now brings up the number, it is a cell phone number, how do I trace it? Is there a website that can help me w/o me having to pay for it?

    • ANSWER:
      No website will trace it for free, and that isn't something you want to do. You should always contact your wireless carrier first. Some carriers, like Verizon, offer ways to block incoming text messages. It is this new service called E Block. It means emergency block. You can block text messages from coming in...but not calls. Other wireless carriers are adopting this service...so contact them.

      If they make you fear for your life, are threatening, or it is otherwise objectionable...contact your local police department and file a report.

  44. QUESTION:
    How exactly do you trace a prank call?
    If someone calls you and it's private or restricted (*67) then how can I trace the number? What exactly do I need to do?

    • ANSWER:
      *57 is call trace....
      you dial this after the person has called, but before the next call comes in...

      the info of the caller is not provided to you, it is used for law enforcement..

      you should check with your local phone service provider before using this feature, as there may be per-use charges for using this feature, and additional procedures that you should follow after tracing a call...

      you should block private callers by dialing *77 (this is free)

  45. QUESTION:
    how do i find information on my family history are there any free websites?
    i am doing a project where i have to trace my families ethnic roots and connect them to historical events. i am irish and german so if you know any information about their immigration to the u.s that would be great im only in 8th grade and this is a 700 pt project i neeeedd helpp!!!

    • ANSWER:
      I suspect you may need a bit of one-on-one assistance.

      For that, I recommend you find out which public library branch in your area has the main genealogy collection (probably the main/headquarters branch.) Also find out the hours of service. You can telephone your local public library and ask about that.

      Then, make plans to go to the library with the main genealogy collection and talk with a reference librarian in the genealogy collection. Allot several hours or more to your 1st visit. You may have to return to the library more than once. You may need to ask a parent to take you to the library and pick you up, of course.

      The librarians can give you good one-on-one direction in how to best conduct your family history research and direct you to good resources ("old fashioned" print resources -- books & periodical/journal/newspaper articles) and electronic databases. They will be able to demonstrate the best ways to use all the resources. Many public library systems in the USA have a number of good genealogy databases to which they subscribe to and make free for library users, including HeritageQuest, Ancestry.com (US databases only), and Footnote.

      Also, at the public library, the reference librarians will guide you to making connections from your family history to related historical events.

      Since your parents have helped pay for the excellent library materials and databases and the well-educated library staff, why not use what they have already paid for?

      To give you a start in learning how to go about genealogical research, I refer you to this online guide:
      http://rwguide.rootsweb.ancestry.com/
      Be sure to read the info in the General Subjects links. You will also see links to info on researching Irish and German ancestry.

      Best wishes

  46. QUESTION:
    how can I find out who a cell phone number belongs to?
    I keep getting calls from a cell number when I answer I can hear someone talking in the background but not to me. I called the number back and the same what appears to be a recording of someone talking is played.

    • ANSWER:
      there is usually a quick and easy way to do this. if you have a voicemail service, simply go into it, and go to the send a message option. record a test message and then move on to the next step. it will usually say "checking destination" and play the voicemail greeting of the person. if they have a message saying who they are then theres your answer. the other way is to use a reverse number tracing site. i dont know any off the top of my head but if you google it you should find some free ones.

  47. QUESTION:
    How do you send text messages to a phone, and make it appear as though they are coming from some random number?
    a free website please, i really wanna play a great prank on my brother.

    • ANSWER:
      You cant, the number is there to trace or identify the caller (even if you block it). The only way to prank him is to use a mates mobile phone that wont be in your brothers phonebook in his phone. There are some online sites that send joke texts but that costs you. Cheers

  48. QUESTION:
    Can you trace a cell sender using unknown name and number?
    I received several texts from my small hometown using unknown sender and number. Someone send me several text messages causing trouble with no sender name, but only the cell number appears. Anyone can help? Your help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance!
    Here's the cell number she/he used +63-905-306-8358 but the sender's name didn't appears only the mobile numbers.

    • ANSWER:
      There are scam busting sites with online lists of the names scammers use, their fake job offes, their email addresses, stock copy/paste emails, paid-for-in-cash cell phone numbers, stolen pictures and fake websites they use. You could start your search and post/ask at such sites.

      If you have responded to a scammer, you are on his 'potential sucker' list, he will try again to separate you from your cash. He will send you more emails from his other free email addresses using another of his fake names with all kinds of stories of great jobs, lottery winnings, millions in the bank and desperate, lonely, sexy singles. He will sell your email address to all his scamming buddies who will also send you dozens of fake emails all with the exact same goal, you sending them your cash via Western Union or moneygram.

      Do you know how to check the header of a received email? If not, you could google for information. Being able to read the header to determine the geographic location an email originated from will help you weed out the most obvious scams and scammers. Then delete and block that scammer. Don't bother to tell him that you know he is a scammer, it isn't worth your effort. He has one job in life, convincing victims to send him their hard-earned cash.

      Whenever suspicious or just plain curious, google everything, website addresses, names used, companies mentioned, phone numbers given, all email addresses, even partial sentences from the emails as you might be unpleasantly surprised at what you find already posted online. You can also post/ask here and every scam-warner-anti-fraud-busting site you can find before taking a chance and losing money to a scammer.

  49. QUESTION:
    Is there anywhere online to look up ancestry records with good results for free ?
    I've tried so many that say they are free and then you get in there and they want a credit card number and the couple that are free aren't telling me anything worth knowing ... If anyone knows please tell me and Thank You .

    • ANSWER:
      There is an excellent tutorial for those who are new to family research at http://rwguide.rootsweb.ancestry.com/ ; everyone starting out in genealogy should understand the basics and this tutorial covers them. After you complete the tutorial, the following is a basic plan and generally only requires the tools that you already have like your computer and Internet service provider.

      So, start with your birth certificate, which has your parents, and then ask your parents for copies of their birth certificates, which will have your grandparents on them. Then if you grandparents are living, continue the process. At some point, you will experience a problem depending on when you grandparents or great grandparents were born, in that; birth certificates did not exist before the 19th century. Therefore, you need to get back to 1930 with personal records because those types of records are not available to the public for 50 to 100 years depending on the jurisdiction in which they are held and census records which are quite valuable in tracing our ancestor’s movements are not available before 1930 at this time.

      By copying or ordering these documents, you have gone to relatively little expense and including you, you have four generations and you have it documented with primary documents. That will give you 2 parents, 4 grandparents, and 8 great grandparents’ names to start researching. Now, you are ready to use the Internet websites and can use death certificates, marriage records, census records, immigration records, church records, court records and many other sources to research your ancestry. Your public libraries will most likely have both Ancestry.com and Heritage Quest free for anyone to use while at the library and with a library card you should be able to use Heritage Quest at home.

      Another free online resource is the LDS/Mormon site, which has many free online records and original documents on their pilot site at http://pilot.familysearch.org/recordsearch/start.html#p=0 . They have also just added a new Beta site that has a few more databases, which you might find useful http://fsbeta.familysearch.org/s/collection/list . In addition to their online records, they have Family History Centers where you can go for personalized help with research and look at microfilm and while they will not do your research for you they will help you, a lot. They only charge if they have to order something specifically for you or you need photocopies and their charges are minimal. Look on the home page of their website to find a location near you and call to check hours of operation. http://www.familysearch.org/eng/Home/Welcome/home.asp …this website is also where the Social Security Death Index is located.

      Additionally, USGen Web is another free online resource at http://www.usgenweb.org/ . This site is packed with how-to tips, queries and records for every state and most counties within those states. Then, there is Rootsweb at http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/ a free site hosted by Ancestry.com where you can search for surnames, post queries on the message boards and subscribe to surname mailing lists.

      Also, be sure to check each state that you need information from as many have their own projects, for example, the state of Missouri has a great website that has many free source documents online at http://www.sos.mo.gov/mdh/ and South Carolina has many free wills and other court documents at http://www.archivesindex.sc.gov/onlinearchives/search.aspx

      Also, Family Tree Magazine’s 101 Best Websites, 2010 http://familytreemagazine.com/article/101-Best-Websites-2010 You may have to register for their free newsletter to access this list but you will find that helpful also.

      And the only site that is included on this list which has some links that are free and some that are fee is Cyndi’s List but it will be well worth your time to look through the list for the free websites because of their quality: http://www.cyndislist.com/

  50. QUESTION:
    Is there any way of tracking a phone myself using the serial number?
    Hello! My friend lost his phone near a forrest three days ago.He was ridding a bike and the phone fell out of his pocket. His battery was low and the phone shut down. I was wondering if you know what can i do to track it. I would prefer if it would be free. Thanks for the help!

    • ANSWER:
      unfortunatly you cannot trace the phone by serial number. there is no way of tracking a phone unless you have some type of software or device you have inserted into the phone yourself. calling the cell phone company is not gonna do you any good because they are gonna say "sorry dont know what to tell ya". basically- the only way to find it is retracing your footsteps.


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