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What is a Public Record exactly?

Great question! Although the term public records is commonly used, it can be an overly broad term and easily misunderstood. Generally speaking, public records are data, such as official documents or reports, that are readily available to the public. An example would be finding someone's phone number by looking in the national phone directory.

Public records usually refer to government records, but it is important to note that not all government records are available to the public. The government can have regulations on the types of data they are allowed to release or even how they store and distribute those records. The United States Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) is the entity that currently oversees public records. They have ensured that the public has access to information such as the following;

  • Birth Records
  • Death Records
  • Marriage Records
  • Divorce Records
  • Criminal Records

Getting Started using reverse phone lookup

Reverse phone lookups are a great way to keep yourself informed. Maybe you’ve just started dating someone you know little about? Or perhaps you get bombarded by phone calls from numbers you don’t recognize? Even if you just want to know a little bit more about the people you talk to on a daily basis— reverse phone lookups is a quick and easy tool you can use to equip yourself with essential information.

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So, can everyone do reverse phone lookups?

Yes. Anyone can do reverse phone lookups but, unfortunately, not all sites are created equally. For example, many free reverse phone lookup sites typically only include information on landline phone numbers. Most cell-networks have control of their own numbers and charge to access those. Free sites wouldn’t be able to keep their sites ‘free’ if they had to pay for that information. However, the vast majority of people use cell phones or digital numbers, so using a free service that cannot access those, is of little help.

In addition, many of these free sites only show about 50% of the available data. More importantly, they rarely include criminal background checks. Fortunately, free reverse phone number lookup sites are not the only options. The internet can be a vast, yet great resource when searching public records. Keep the above factors in mind when determining the most efficient and time saving option for your needs.

Is this the right tool for you?

This is helpful when:

  • You want to avoid calls from telemarketers
  • You want to stop harassing phone calls
  • Screen calls more thoroughly
  • Identify unrecognized numbers while remaining anonymous

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