1. Do reverse lookup services work?
Yes. Free reverse lookup services work well for basic information that is available in the public domain and paid reverse lookup services will offer more detailed information.
2. Who is eligible to use reverse lookup services?
Anyone who is age 18 or older, regardless of gender and race, can utilize reverse lookup services.
3. Is it difficult to perform a reverse lookup search?
Anyone with basic computer knowledge and access to the Internet can perform most basic reverse lookup searches without a problem.
4. What kind of information will I get?
You can get a wide variety of information with a reverse lookup search depending on the information you start with. You can almost always obtain the city and state for a searched person and in many cases you can also get full names, complete addresses, gender, occupation, marital status and other personal details.
5. What are reverse Domain Name System lookups?
Reverse Domain Name System (DNS) lookups are the process of using domain names to translate Internet Service Provider (ISP) addresses to hostnames. Reverse DNS lookups are the opposite of forward DNS lookups, which are used to translate hostnames to ISP addresses.
6. Can I search for E-Mail Addresses?
E-mail reverse lookups are a relatively new segment in the reverse lookup industry because the different e-mail hosts have proprietary databases. However, many e-mail lookup service providers online today include searches by name to obtain e-mail addresses and searches by e-mail address in order to obtain a person’s name.
7. How current is the reverse lookup data?
Most reverse lookup services provide data from a variety of different public records sources. The lookup services update their files as soon as the various federal, state and county databases make the information available.
8. Will the people I am searching for learn about my search?
People who are searched have no way of knowing when a database is accessed. No one is notified and all searches are private and anonymous.