Can Any Phone Number Be Reversed?

Unfortunately, the answer is no.  Not even law enforcement can reverse every number.  The reason is simple.  When legitimate firms, (such as state licensed private investigators), attempt to reverse a number, the first step is to identify the phone number carrier, such as AT&T, Verizon, etc.  Increasing popular, some carriers sell pre-paid phones that you can commonly find at most retail outlets.  These prepaid phones do not require the subscriber to provide their name and address.  They are basically anonymous.

Additionally, there are some very small regional phone carriers and access is extremely difficult.

But here’s the good news.  Some licensed private investigators, such as Docusearch Investigations, have access to information that other don’t.  Each request is hand researched by real investigators with contacts they maintain with the major telephone carriers.  If the requested information is not obtained, that is; if Docusearch cannot find the current name and address of any phone number within the United States, there is never a charge.

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2 Responses to Can Any Phone Number Be Reversed?

  1. Kimberly Chabot says:

    Is there any free look-up of 888 numbers?

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