Reverse Phone Lookup and Cell Phone Search Company Offering Free Web Tracing
Detroit, Michigan, Aug 14, 2012 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) --
Reverse phone lookup and cell phone search company is now offering a free basic web trace for an unlisted number. The ability to identify unknown callers is one of the biggest complaints of landline and cell phone users in the U.S. according to a telecommunications study. The Reverse Phone Detective service is one way that consumers are using to fight back against unwanted and unknown calls. A database of over one billion records is now available for immediate search from anywhere in the world completely online.
Daily cell phone use with children between the ages of 5 and 17 has grown over 200 percent since 2005. The low prices of cell phone packages and bundles for families to share data and voice communications is one reason attributed to the growing usage. Some schools across the country have banned cell phone use during school hours in an effort to help reduce cyber bullying through text messages and unwanted phone calls. Parents around the country can now get access to the reverse phone lookup service to help protect children that use cell phones for family communication.
Caller identification systems were put in place in the early 1990s after legislation passed congress for protecting consumer's rights. One downfall to the use of Caller ID and similar services is the lack of information available for unlisted and unpublished phone numbers. Cell phones are increasingly more difficult to track due to the private nature of mobile user account information. Current laws in some states block cell phones from appearing on Caller ID systems.
The new reverse cell phone lookup service from the Reverse Phone Detective includes a feature to search any mobile number in the United States. Some of the data this is revealed includes full name, address, previous address and current map location. This new GPS style reporting system is now being used by some citizens to help protect family members and co-workers.
Elderly usage of cell phones has grown considerably in the past decade in part because of companies specializing in senior cell phone plans. Landline phone usage has decreased in popularity due to the growing number of VOIP phone systems that are installed by companies like Vonage or 8x8. Some elderly U.S. citizens depend on a cell phone for direct contact with loved ones in the case of power failure or other type of emergency.
Criminal identity theft of elderly information is reportedly on the rise in some states and the reverse phone lookup service now available is designed to keep elderly citizens that use cell phones safe from identity theft.
About The Reverse Phone Detective
The Reverse Phone Detective service pulls data from a database of over one billion records and makes this once private data available through an online phone trace. All of the data that is collected and viewable online has been legally obtained and is FCC compliant. Personal information that is stored in the database can be removed by anyone that makes a formal request. The Reverse Phone Detective service is designed to help combat illegal use of landline and cell phones to make prank calls or other activity that cannot be traced when using standard Caller ID services.
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