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The Search Systems Criminal Records Search Guide
1.The Truth About Criminal Records
2.Questions About Criminal Records
3.Troubleshooting Tips
4.National & International Criminal Records
5.Criminal Records by State

There is a true nationwide criminal record database in the U.S. It's the FBI's NCIC database, but it isn't available to the public. The rules for public access to criminal records are established at the state level. If you're an individual or a business doing a background check you have to abide by state criminal record regulations, and each state has different rules about who may access their records and how the records will be provided. To make it even more confusing, many states leave it up to the counties to decide if and how you may access those records. And if you want to find criminal records information on the Internet it's a difficult and frustrating task to determine who offers what, whether that information is online, and where to find it.

It's a criminal record maze, and we'll try to help you find your way through it with our three-part solution:

The Search Systems Premium service, which contains the single largest database of criminal records available to the public- over 300 million county, state, national, and international records;
Our public records directory which contains thousands of links to criminal court records, "wanted" lists and databases, warrants, arrests, bookings, inmate, parole, and sex offender databases, as well as links to information on how to order criminal histories from state agencies- all organized nationwide and by state and category so that they are easy to find; and
This "Guide" to tell you where to go to find the information you need.


Here are some common questions about finding criminal records on the Internet.

Is there a true "National" U.S. criminal record database and may I access it?
There is a national database, but it is NOT available to the public. The FBI maintains a host computer that provides access to the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) computerized index of criminal justice information, (as well as fugitives, stolen properties, and missing persons). It is available ONLY to federal, state, and local law enforcement and other criminal justice agencies. The FBI claims that virtually all local criminal justice agencies participate in this system.

What about the databases provided by private companies? Do they provide access to all criminal records?
No private company or service can provide public access to all criminal records and there are three basic reasons for that:

Some states and counties want to control access to criminal records and only provide that information online themselves.
Some states will not allow the public to have access to statewide criminal records or will only provide those records through a state-sponsored service.
There are many counties that don't have the capability to gather and redistribute their criminal record information online to the public.
Then what is the best method to search criminal records?
With a hand-search of local records you can search for all variations on a name, catch misspellings or inaccurate birth dates, and get in-depth records and document copies. But hand searches can be time-consuming and expensive- especially if you have to cover a large number of jurisdictions.

Using the Internet, you can have the next best thing - instant research from the comfort of your home or office (or the local MegaCoffee shop that has WiFi). However, be aware of both the benefits and limitations to criminal records searching on the web. We wrote this guide to help with your online research using a combination of methods-to minimize the potential information gaps found with online searching.

How do I use Search Systems to search criminal records online?
There are two methods of researching criminal records through our website:

Public record information that comes directly from public agencies is going to be the most current, complete, and accurate information available. We've been searching for public record databases since 1996 and every criminal record database that we have found is located in our Search Systems DirectPass Criminal Records section. With DirectPass you just choose the national database you want, or click on a state or the international section to see what's available there. The vast majority of these sites don't charge, however some do require fees and registration. If they have fees we mark them as "Pay Sites" and we don't require registration with Search Systems to access them. We work diligently every day to keep all our links current. Every two to three days we run a program that evaluates all of the public record links on our web site and lets us know if any links are dead or broken. If they are, we repair them immediately.

But what if you don't know which jurisdiction to search or you'd like to cover multiple databases, do statewide searches, or search millions of records at once? Our answer: Search Systems Premium Criminal Records -over 300 million criminal, criminal court, inmate, and sex offender records from over 460 sources- is searchable by state for only $7* or you can search all records at once for $19*. Just click on "Background Checks" on our home page or "Premium Services" at the top of any page on our site for instant result

*With DirectPass membership. Search prices are higher with Premium-only membership (click here to see our Premium Services price list).

Where do I start?
If you're confident that you know where a record is located, start at our DirectPass Criminal Records area within the Search Systems directory and select a state to see if that state or county provides criminal record information online. In many states, criminal records are reported at the county level. If you do not know the county in which your subject may have a record and you are checking employment or rental application, look at the cities where the applicant has lived (if you know the city but don't know the county name, use this service to find the county).

A statewide search through our Premium service is also a good starting point. If you do not know the state in which your subject may have a record, we recommend our "Nationwide Search" of all 300 million records in our Premium Criminal Records database. This will give you the most "bang for the buck."

Any results returned by the instant Premium Criminal Records search can be followed up with a search in the particular county (or counties) where the offense(s) appear. This is where the links in the Search Systems Criminal Records area can be useful to get even more details on a criminal case.

Where do I find the most current information?
The most current and accurate information online is going to be found through ourDirectPass Criminal Records area where you can access links to databases provided directly online by public record agencies.

Many counties offer direct websites with more detailed information than that found on a comprehensive database. That's not because the companies that provide comprehensive databases want to cheat you-it's simply that they can only offer what is provided to them by the public agencies. Savvy researchers use both resources to find as much information as they can.

What if I don't know where a record is located?
Then we suggest that you use our Premium Criminal Records service, where we provide the largest single database of criminal records available on the Internet - over 300 million records searchable by state or all records may be searched at once.

What areas are covered in the Search Systems DirectPass Criminal Records section?
Check our DirectPass Criminal Records area for a complete listing of every international, national, state, county, and city database that we've been able to locate online since we started this service in 1996.

What is covered in the Premium Criminal Records area?
For a complete listing of all of our Premium Criminal Records sources, click here and you will find a directory that lists our entire database and includes international, national, state, and county sources.

How current is the Premium Criminal Records data?
An online search is only as accurate as the agency reporting the data. Our Premium data is updated at varying intervals. Our Criminal Records Data Sources page lists the sources and update frequency for each jurisdiction that provides criminal records. Information that is provided directly online by a public agency is going to be the most current-another good reason to use our Premium database AND our DirectPass criminal records directory.

What information will I find in the Premium Criminal Records service?
Each jurisdiction provides a different amount of information and utilizes different sources. Results may include charges, case information, gender, race, and address. Court Records may include case information, charges, and/or case records.

Where do I find Wants, Warrants, and Arrests?
Most wants, warrants, and arrests aren't technically criminal records as there hasn't been a conviction or disposition yet, so you won't find those in our Premium Criminal Records section. The place to find wants, warrants, and arrests is in our DirectPass Criminal Records section. Browse by state for links to national, state, county, and city lists and databases.

Where do I find Federal Court Records?
Federal cases are not included in our Premium databases. The best resource for searching federal court records is the PACER system, which covers civil, criminal and bankruptcy filings in the U.S. District Courts. While PACER requires registration and fees, the amount charged is very reasonable at $0.08 per page for records viewed with a $2.40 cap on dockets. We have included the nationwide, statewide, and district PACER links within our DirectPass Criminal Records directory. For those of you interested in access to PACER information,

How do I find Federal Prisoners?
On the main page of our DirectPass Criminal Records directory, below the state sub-folders, we have a link to the Federal Bureau of Prisons, where you can search nationwide for Federal Bureau of Prisons inmates by Register Number, DCDC Number, FBI Number, INS Number, or by first and last name.

What's the difference between Corrections Records and Court Records?
Corrections records come from the jails and prisons and provide information about convicted persons (usually current inmates), but some jurisdictions include former inmates, probationers, parolees, or even persons sentenced to house arrest. Court records provide information about pending criminal cases, or closed criminal cases resulting in a conviction. Usually both sources will include the date of the person's conviction and basic information about the charges.

What's the difference between Corrections Records included in the Premium searches and those found within the DirectPass links?
Corrections records found through our DirectPass links are generally databases that provide information on current inmates. The advantage to researching corrections records through the Premium service is that in many jurisdictions you can look into the past and find an older criminal record, perhaps for an inmate who is no longer in prison. His or her record lives on, and their prior sentence could be important for you to know about.

We recommend consulting the description for every DirectPass corrections link and Premium corrections data source for specific information on the dates covered in that jurisdiction.


Compare before you search
Please read the descriptions carefully and compare what's available in each state. Generally you'll find more current information in the DirectPass databases, but it will take more time to do your search. The Premium databases will cover more databases, but the information isn't as current as DirectPass (most of our Premium databases are updated monthly).

Different results?
If the information you found through a link in our DirectPass directory gave you more information or more current records than our Premium site, there is a good reason. We can't instantaneously update every jurisdiction in our Premium database-most are updated monthly, some less often. So we recommend that you use our Premium service to get the most coverage in a single search-and then follow up with DirectPass to get more information about a case or record.

Can't find the record?
If you believe that there is a criminal record for that person somewhere, but it doesn't appear in our databases, there are several reasons. One is that not every county or state makes their criminal record information available. Or it's possible that the person may be under arrest or awaiting trial. Wants, warrants, and arrests technically aren't criminal records. Criminal records are those where there has been a disposition or conviction. We aren't trying to hide records from you-we're trying to give you access to the most records possible. Through our DirectPass and Premium services we clearly offer the most complete coverage of criminal records and criminal record sources available on the Internet.

The Breakdown
For more information on what is covered for each state, our DirectPass directory of criminal records is located here: Search Systems DirectPass Criminal Records Directory, and a state-by-state listing of what's covered in our Premium service is located here: Search Systems Premium Criminal Record Databases.

More Sex Offenders
One last thing-we've included each state's statewide sex offender registry in the DirectPass criminal records directory. But many states offer additional city and/or county databases, so we have a separate DirectPass directory for sex offenders. For a better idea of what's available, go here: Search Systems DirectPass Sex Offenders Directory.


DIRECTPASS CRIMINAL RECORDS - Our main DirectPass Criminal Records page includes national U.S. databases, as well as links to international resources in Australia, Canada, and the United Kingdom. Included on this page are links to:

U.S. Federal Bureau of Prisons inmate database
PACER Federal Court U.S. Party/Case Index
U.S. Appeals Court resources
U.S. Department of Justice National Sex Offender Public Registry. Keep in mind that this overlaps each state database and doesn't offer as many search options as some state registries
Information from the Australian Federal Police on how to conduct criminal history checks in Australia
Additional Australia regional resources
Information from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) on how to obtain criminal record checks in Canada
United Kingdom Criminal Records Bureau database of organizations that will process criminal record disclosure checks
Interpol Most Wanted
NATIONWIDE SEARCH - Sign in or register and go to "Nationwide Criminal Record Search" to conduct a search of all of our available state, national and international Criminal Record and Sex Offender databases at once - over 300 million records. Our Nationwide database includes national and international databases such as:

Department of Commerce denied persons
Directorate of Defense Trade Controls Debarred Parties
FDIC Enforcement Decisions and Orders
Federal Reserve Board Enforcement Actions
General Services Administration Excluded Parties
Health Education Assistance Loan Program Defaulted Borrowers
Immigration and Customs Enforcement Most Wanted
MIPT Terrorism Database
Office of Thrift Supervision Enforcement Actions
Politically Exposed Persons
Treasury Department Enforcement Actions
Australian Reserve Bank Sanctions
Bank of England Sanctions
Canada's Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions Sanctions
Terrorism Sanctions
Interpol Most Wanted
United Nations Consolidated Sanctions
World Bank Ineligible Individuals.
Go here for a complete listing of coverage and update frequency. Search Systems DirectPass subscribers pay $19 for a "Nationwide Search" of over 300 million state, national, and international records at once.


Keep in mind that access to the links on our DirectPass pages requires a Search Systems DirectPass subscription. Again, Search Systems Premium state searches are $7 for DirectPass members. "Nationwide Search" queries of all 300 million state, national, and international records in our Premium database are $19 per search for DirectPass members.

For the DirectPass databases, just click on the link (e.g. DIRECTPASS ALABAMA) and it will take you to the resources we've collected for that state. Click on the "Premium" link (e.g. PREMIUM ALABAMA) and you'll be taken to our Premium service.

American Samoa
District of Columbia
New Hampshire
New Jersey
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New York
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South Carolina
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West Virginia

Public Records & Government Registry - Need Information about Someone?

There are circumstances that may prompt you to find out more information on someone's background records by searching the public records or government registries. You may have hired or let out your property to the person. Or you may just be interested in the person's details for your own reasons. And these reasons are numerous. For example, you may be interested in finding out if the person has any criminal record background or court records about some kind of financial debt. Or perhaps that person has captured your attention and would like to know the civil records of his/her marital status.

Whatever your personal reasons, this was previously an uphill task. However, this has now changed. You can now get information about someone you do not know at all with relative ease by conducting a public or government records lookup. These may include quite personal details. In the past, you needed to have pertinent details about the person whose background you wanted to check. These included the name, age, address, and Social Security Number among others. Nowadays, all you require is a little information that will open the door for you.

For example, there are databases of public and government records that you can search with just a few details like someone's name or phone number. In order to check the government records, you can just use someone's name or cellphone number to get a lot of personal details about him/her. All you need is to key in the name or phone number into a search field and submit. The databases of these government and public records will display to you information relevant to the person's name or phone number. These public and government records are very comprehensive and you will find a great deal of information like the person's full name, addresses, and such things as arrest records if applicable. These government records avail to you these details in real time.

The details you will get from public records and government registry will help you in a number of situations. For example, you may be discussing some freelance work you have with someone you met online. Before you hire that person to do the work for you, you may be interested in finding more about him or her. What you may have so far is just the email address through which you have been communicating. This is enough to help you search the government records and get more information. The public records and government registry will give you relevant details. You will find out if the person you intend to hire has faced any previous case on freelance work among others.

This shows that whatever kind of information you need about someone, all you need to do is check public records and government registry. You can retrieve these public record information from many online services. Many services are quite reputable, maintaining comprehensive databases of public records. All you will need to access such government records is to have just a bit of information about the concerned party. Apparently insignificant piece of information will give you a lot of details from the public information and government records.

If you need any kind of public information or civil records about someone, the government record databases will enable you to get it quickly and easily. Just find a reputable public records search service and key in the little information you have. The search system will automatically scan the public records and government registries for all relevant details and display them to you on the computer screen. All you will then need to do is browse to get what you want from the government record databases.


Public Records & Government Registry - Online Records Search from Your Own Home
There are many reasons that may pique your curiousity and you decide to find out more information about your acquaintances. Unfortunately, many people have lost valuable friends in their processes of snooping. This is due to the fact that their friends become aware of their prying actions. But this does not mean that you should put your curiousity under tight reins.

This is possible because of the available public records that you can search easily. You can use such online records search services as "Government". This is a convenient way of searching all public records and government registries discreetly. You will not risk driving your friends away.

You may find that your acquaintance is giving you contradictory details. It may then be necessary to carry an online records check in order to verify the truth. An online records lookup will not involve you in the processes that conventional methods required, where you had to fill some forms before you could get access to the needed public or government records. This was not only time consuming but also left a wide path that could be used to trace you. Online government records search or reverse records lookup lets you avoid this risk. Reputable online records search services do not reveal names of their users. Someone will never know that you have checked their records.

There are basic pieces of information you will need in order to make an online records search. You will be able to check government records and other civil records if you have someone's names and state. These are enough to complete your public record search and get detailed information about the individual.

The online records search services will give you results instantly. After submitting the above-mentioned details, you will get access to a great deal of information. Some of the government records you will get are both past and present warrants of arrest if available, arrest records, bankruptcy records, and any court judgement among others.

Good online public records search services maintain detailed and up-todate record databases, compiled from more than one billion government records and registries. Of course all the information contained in the online records search services are public records that you may find elsewhere. However, getting the records would otherwise be very time consuming and expensive. There will be travelling expenses to go to relevant government offices, where you will go through a chain of processes before accessing required public records.

On the other hand, when you make an online public records search, you will access the needed information in real time. The databases of public information and government records are very comprehensive. It will usually take less than a minute to have a great deal of information on someone's background records.

Depending on the online records search service you use, you may also get other pertinent private records. Such records are not available to you if you use the conventional means of accessing public records. In order to get such private details, you would otherwise need the services of a private detective. This is not only expensive but also takes precious time.

In summary, if you allow youself to learn something about the people who surround you, this could ensure that you can make informed decisions about spending time with them in the future and for the sake of your safety. Making an online public records search will help you to make better informed decisions concerning any kind of relationship you form. And you will not lose valuable individuals in the process of checking their public information and government records.


Public Records & Government Registry - Information and Records You Can Find Online

Below is a short list of public information and government records you will be able to instantly search and access from a typical and comprehensive online reverse records lookup:

- Nationwide ARREST & POLICE records.
- DWI & DUI driving offenses and offense records.
- Complete background screen NANNIES, childcare workers & contractors.
- Check COURT DOCKET numbers, criminal convictions, etc.
- Investigate all CONVICTIONS, court records, and court cases.
- Protect yourself from CREDIT FRAUD and determined IDENTITY THEFT.
- Check VITAL RECORDS and reports.
- Search for LOST PEOPLE, family, friends, relatives or anybody.
- Locate an INMATE, search incarceration and prisoner files.
- Instantly lookup professional INVESTIGATIVE databases.
- Instantly check REAL ESTATE property, deeds & titles.
- Instant BACKGROUND CHECK on anyone in the U.S.
- Conduct EMPLOYEE CHECKS on nearly anyone.
- Obtain COURT RECORDS across the U.S for different categories.
- Access to BIRTH PARENTS and ADOPTION records.
- Investigate MARRIAGE and DIVORCE records in many U.S states.
- Fast and Easy lookup for BANKRUPTCY records.
- Complete CRIMINAL history check and report..
- Instant FAMILY HISTORY research & reports.
- Investigate CIVIL COURT records and resources.
- Access vital SMALL CLAIMS & JUDGMENTS Files and documents.
- Many of other private information and civil records.

Remember - When you need information fast, use one of the reputable online record databases or professional websites for conducting your reverse records lookup online will be the best option to go for.

The Dangers Of Using Free Public Records

Whenever people see the word “free”, that starts to attract their attention. It is actually the same case when it comes to public records. When given with the chance to choose between free and paid resources, there are really a lot of people that gets attracted to the former than the latter. Too add to that, these free public records sites even back it up with aggressive advertising and campaign so they really get a good share of online users.

Nevertheless, as some of you may be inclined to feel, you should be suspicious when it comes to these types of public records resources. Why? Because there are actually some websites out there that would offer you with free services but then would only give you minimal details and then give you a lot of links so you could obtain more information. In most cases, it even ends in the way that you will have to pay some fees in the long run. Or worse, there are some cases when you will first be required to download some programs from them that are actually spywares.

If you are really serious about your public records search, then going with the paid resources should be the best option for you. With this alternative, you will get accurate information and even some up-to-the-minute details since they mostly update their records by hooking up with different government agencies to make sure that those people who use their services will get relevant results at all times.

So when you find yourself in situations when you want to know more about others or you simply want to get extra copies of your own public records, then be assured that the paid resources will give you a better service than the free ones. It’s really better to spend a few dollars than to get inaccurate records.

Public Records Resources

There are actually a lot of resources that you can use on the web when you try to look for access to public records. Almost always, most of these public records sites will promise you that they will give you easy access to the documents they have in their database. In some cases, there are even those websites that will claim that they allow the public to access their public records for free.

Based on the experience of many people, some of these sites do not actually perform as they promise. Most people who expected a lot from them actually walked away disappointed and empty–handed. As a matter of fact, some even had an experience that those sites they used only referred them to a lot of different links after links and then they didn’t find the records they need at all.

So if you find a site that provides free public records, you have to be suspicious about it really. In the long run, it is really wise to think twice since it really isn’t reasonable for these sites to have a hard time compiling public records from different resources and then give them away to everyone for free.

Make life easier and get access to accurate public records by using the details we have in store for you. By paying just a small fee, you will get hold of the needed document in the quickest way possible. In the end, it would be better to use our services than to take the risk and use the so-called free sites.


The Life and Death of Public Records

Sometimes it's the small abuses scurrying below radar that reveal how profoundly the Bush administration has changed America in the name of national security. Buried within the Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of 2004 is a regulation that bars most public access to birth and death certificates for 70 to 100 years. In much of the country, these records have long been invaluable tools for activists, lawyers and reporters to uncover patterns of illness and pollution that officials miss or ignore.

In These Times has obtained a draft of the proposed regulations now causing widespread concern among state officials. It reveals plans to create a vast database of vital records to be centralized in Washington and details measures that states must implement -- and pay millions for -- before next year's scheduled implementation.

The draft lays out how some 60,000 already strapped town and county offices must keep the birth and death records under lock and key and report all document requests to Washington. Individuals who show up in person will still be able to obtain their own birth certificates and, in some cases, the birth and death records of an immediate relative, and "legitimate" research institutions may be able to access files. But reporters and activists won't be allowed to fish through records, many family members looking for genetic clues will be out of luck, and people wanting to trace adoptions will dead-end. If you are homeless and need your own birth certificate, forget it: no address, no service.

Consider the public health implications. A few years back, a doctor in a tiny Vermont town noticed that two patients who lived on the same hill had ALS or Lou Gehrig's disease. Hearing rumors of more cases of the relatively rare and always fatal disease, the doctor notified the health department. Citing lack of resources, it declined to investigate. The doc then told a reporter, who searched the death certificates filed in the town office only to find that ALS had already killed five of the town's 1,300 residents. It was statistically possible, but unlikely, that this 10-times-higher-than-normal incidence was simply chance. Since no one knows what causes ALS, clusters like this one, once revealed, help epidemiologists assess risk factors, warn doctors to watch for symptoms,and alert neighbors and activists.

Activists in Colorado already know what it is like when states bar access to vital records. For years, they fought the Cotter Corp., claiming that its uranium mining operations were killing residents and workers. Unwilling to rely on the health department, which they claimed had a "cozy" relationship with the polluters, the activists tried to access death records, only to be told that it was illegal in this closed-records state. An editorial in Colorado's Longmont Daily Times-Call lamented, "If there's a situation that makes the case for why death certificates should be available to the public, it is th[is] Superfund area."

Some of state officials around the country are questioning whether the new regulations themselves illegally tread on states' rights. But the feds have been coy. Richard McCoy, public health statistic chief in Vermont, one of the nation's 14 open-records states, says, "No state is mandated to meet the regs. However, if they don't, then residents of that state will not be able to access any federal services, including social security and passports. States have no choice."

But while the public loses access to records, the federal government gains a gargantuan national database easily cross-referenced in the name of national security. The feds' claim that increased security will deter identity theft and terrorism is facile. Wholesale corporate data gathering is the major nexis of identity theft. As for terrorism, all the 9/11 perpetrators had valid identification.

Meanwhile, the quiet clampdown on vital records is part of a growing consolidation of information at the federal level. "That information will dovetail with the Real ID Act of 2005," says Marc Rotenberg of the Electronic Privacy Information Center. "Real ID cards are the other shoe that is scheduled to drop in three years." That act, signed into law last May, establishes national standards for state-issued driver's licenses and ID cards, and centralizes the information into a database.

Aside from public health and privacy concerns, closing vital records incurs a steep intangible cost: It undermines community in places where that healthy ethos still survives. In small town America, the local clerk's office is a sociable place where government wears the face of your neighbor. Each year, Vermont's 246 towns distribute their vital statistics to all residents. "It's the first place everybody goes in the Town Report," says state archivist Gregory Sanford. "Who was born, who died, who got married, who had a baby and wasn't married."

This may not be the most dramatic danger to democracy, but it is one of the Bush administration's many quiet, incremental assaults on the health of America's body politic. And it may end up listed on the death certificate for open society.


My dad was single when he passed away. Now his credit card company has called demanding payment of his bill immediately. Should I pay it?

You can’t blame the credit card company for trying to get to the front of the line, but they should know that you cannot start paying bills immediately -- especially if your father’s funds are limited. The law generally requires you to wait until all the bills have come in and then to make disbursements according to the rules. The waiting period and rules vary by state. Unless proper procedures are followed, some creditors could be paid in full while others get nothing.

What happens if someone dies with more bills than they have money to pay them?

It’s not unusual for someone to die with more bills than cash. Even after cars and other assets are sold, there may not be enough to pay off all the bills and debts. If the estate goes through probate, a court decides who get paid first -- and how much. If the estate does not go through probate, the executor must follow specific rules to liquidate assets and pay creditors. If there is not enough money to cover 100% of the bills, children and other family members are not generally required to pitch in the difference. Credit card companies and other creditors write off such losses every day.

What kinds of filing and paperwork fees must be paid when someone dies?

Filing and paperwork fees when someone dies can quickly add up. You may have to pay the mortuary or other institution that fills out the death certificate, and then you must pay the courthouse for each certified copy. If you file for letters testamentary for a probated estate, you pay a fee; if you don’t go through probate, you generally pay a fee to file an affidavit.

These fees are in addition to probate fees and lawyer bills.

If you pay any of these fees out of your own pocket, be sure to track them carefully and, if possible, get reimbursed from the estate.

How do I get a federal ID number for an estate?

You can get a federal ID number for an estate in a matter of minutes, and you don’t need a lawyer to do it. The IRS Web site has instructions for applying for an estate federal ID number. The fastest way to get an ID number is to use the Online Application. You will get the number online, and then you will receive confirmation in the mail in about two weeks.

Don’t be confused by the fact that the Web site refers to an Employer Identification Number (EIN). You use the same form that people use to set up a business; you identify it as an estate on the form.

What’s a death certificate, and how do I get one for someone who has died?

A death certificate is an official document that looks similar to a birth certificate and has much of the same information, plus information about the person’s death.

It is filed at the courthouse of the county where the person died and is used to prove that a person is deceased. Information such as the cause of death is also used for statistical purposes.

When someone dies, the physician or coroner fills out the Medical Certificate of Death, a family member or funeral director submits a Statement of Death, and the death is registered.

As the next of kin or estate executor, you can get the death certificate from the courthouse, either in person or by mail. You will need the certificate to collect life insurance, close accounts and otherwise deal with the affairs of the estate.

My husband recently died. How should I handle the bills that are coming addressed to him?

First, make sure the bills are legitimate. It’s hard to believe, but con men scan obituaries and send phony bills to either the deceased or the survivor, hoping the bill will be paid without question. If you receive an unfamiliar bill addressed to your husband, write the creditor and ask for an explanation. Don’t pay a bill until you’re satisfied that it is legitimate.

If you have a good cash reserve, you may have no trouble paying all your and your husband’s bills. If you can’t pay all the bills now, make an itemized list and decide which bills must be paid and which can be delayed. Pay mortgage payments, utilities, and health and property insurance premiums first. If money is short, or if you are waiting for your finances to be settled, consider writing to the creditors and explaining your situation -- that you know you owe them money and plan to pay it, but you will have to work out a plan based on your changed circumstances.

Do I have to wait before I can collect the proceeds of my late spouse’s life insurance?

If you’re married and your spouse dies, file any necessary life insurance claims as quickly as possible. No waiting period is required. Although the value of the death benefit is counted as part of the estate’s value for tax purposes, life insurance payments pass to the beneficiary outside of probate. Life insurance companies usually pay routine death benefits within weeks. This money provides a necessary financial cushion for the survivor.

What happens to my 401k account when I die?

If you designated beneficiaries when you signed up for a 401(k) account, they receive the money in your account when you die. Otherwise, your estate automatically becomes the beneficiary.

If your beneficiary is your spouse, he or she has most of the same options that you would have if you were leaving your company to take another job. Your spouse can roll it over into an Individual Retirement Arrangement (IRA) or withdraw it all and pay income taxes on it. If your spouse decides to roll it over into an IRA, the rollover should be direct from the employer to the IRA account. This prevents deduction of any withholding tax.

If your survivor withdraws the cash and pays the taxes, the Internal Revenue Service waives its early withdrawal penalty regardless of the spouse’s age. Your spouse will probably not be allowed to keep the money invested in the same 401(k) plan.

A beneficiary who is not your spouse cannot roll the money over into an IRA.

How do I obtain full title to joint tenancy property after the joint tenant dies?

When you own property in a joint tenancy with someone else -- for example, if you own a home with your spouse -- your joint tenant’s interest in the property is automatically transferred to you if the joint tenant dies before you do. To clear the decedent’s name off the official records, you generally must file a death certificate and other documents, such as an affidavit, to establish yourself as the sole owner.

You can usually get the documents needed to establish sole ownership from the attending physician or hospital that recorded the death, or they may be filed at the courthouse.

I’m single, and I hold a large certificate of deposit in joint tenancy with my two children. When I die, how will the CD be divided?

Your children will automatically hold interests in the CD as joint tenants. At that time, they need to make some important decisions.

They can close the account and split the proceeds so that upon their own deaths, their half-shares pass to their own families. That may be the most efficient and fair way to manage the money.

If they keep the CD as joint tenants until one of them dies, the entire account becomes the property of the surviving child.

If I inherit savings bonds with the beneficiary listed as "pay on death," do I have to cash them immediately?

You don’t have to sell the bonds right away. In fact, it’s probably a good idea to keep inherited bonds unless you need the cash or if you can sell the bonds and reinvest the proceeds in something with a higher rate of return. Before you cash the bonds, you will have to provide a death certificate for the original owner.

My wife and I are both drawing Social Security checks. What happens when one of us dies?

When both marriage partners are receiving Social Security payments and one dies, the survivor is entitled to receive the greater of 100% of the late spouse’s monthly benefit or his or her own monthly benefit.

This means that you will be able to choose whether to continue collecting the same monthly benefit that you have always received, or start collecting the amount that your spouse received when he or she was alive. So, if your spouse’s monthly check was $1,100 and yours is $600, you would choose to collect payments under your spouse’s plan so you could receive $1,100 a month.

Who can apply for survivor benefits from Social Security?

If your spouse dies while receiving Social Security payments, you are eligible for "survivor" benefits. In addition to monthly checks, the Social Security Administration will give you a one-time $255 payment to help meet burial or other expenses.

Survivor benefits are also available to minor children if a parent dies, even if the parent wasn’t old enough to collect Social Security retirement benefits. These monthly payments can significantly help with the child’s living expenses and savings for college.
Chief Justice Sees Ties, Differences with Federal Courts

Question : In the current economy, many state budgets are in terrible shape. What has been the impact on the state court systems?
Answer : We had an opportunity at a recent meeting of the CCJ to discuss the impact of the current budget situation on state judiciaries. Maintaining access to justice is a real challenge in these fiscal times. Some courts have had to reduce the hours that clerks' offices and counters are open. Some courtrooms are dark. And some courts have had to prioritize the cases that are being heard, such as giving priority, for example, to domestic violence and other criminal matters. Therefore, some civil cases do not receive the attention they deserve. This has resulted in more civil litigants turning away from the public system—or at least there is that danger—and turning instead toward the private sector to have private judges resolve their disputes. This economic crisis has caused us to raise filing fees in many states; certainly it has in California. Fortunately, procedures remain in place to have fees waived for court users who cannot afford the fees, because the last thing we want to do is to restrict access to the point where some individuals would be deprived of an opportunity to litigate their rights in the state court system.

Question :If the budget woes for state courts are prolonged, could the federal court system become a preferred forum for certain issues that traditionally have been handled by state courts?
Answer :There are always going to be certain issues that are more appropriate for disposition in a federal court, and in many areas state courts will be more responsive to local community culture and a federal court resolution of the dispute would be less desirable. I do suspect, however, that if particular court systems become chronically under-funded, the ensuing delay in processing cases may cause litigants to opt for an available federal forum. So that possibility does exist in certain types of cases.

Question :Is communication between state and federal courts important? If so, why?
Answer :I believe that such communication is vitally important. The public often does not understand or distinguish between the justice rendered by state courts and federal courts.

There are several areas in which there is ongoing communication that I certainly want to see continued and enhanced. Among those areas, of course, are the excellent activities of the Judicial Conference of the United States, including the Committee on Federal-State Jurisdiction, of which I was a member. Four state chief justices traditionally serve on that Committee. When I was on the Committee, we always were dealing with cutting-edge issues of federalism affecting the state and federal judicial branches.

In addition, there is a reciprocal arrangement under which the chair of that Committee and one other federal judge attend meetings of the CCJ and report to us on activities of the Judicial Conference. Additionally, the National Center for State Courts, which staffs the CCJ, has an office in the District of Columbia that monitors federal legislation and presents the views of the state judiciaries to Congress.

Other forums for the exchange of views between state and federal judges are the state-federal judicial councils that exist in some states, but certainly not all. In California, we have a very active state-federal judicial council that I co-chair with Judge Arthur Alarcon, senior judge of the Ninth Circuit. That council has focussed on areas where our two systems, the federal and the state, interface both in practice and in the public's perception.

We have been active in matters such as access and fairness issues, community outreach efforts; judicial education; the processing of capital cases, which of course start off in the state systems and end up on habeas in the federal courts; and also in the area of tribal courts. In addition to all of those more formal interchanges, I personally have had many productive meetings with Ninth Circuit and district court judges to coordinate joint efforts. An example is our mutual activity in promoting pro bono efforts by members of the California bar.

Question :There has been controversy regarding the sentencing guidelines and federal judges departing from the guidelines. Do state judges have similar sentencing guidelines?
Answer :It would be hard for me to generalize, but I can tell you, by way of example, that in California the statutes that define the punishment for felony offenses provide for a lower-, mid- and upper-term. A judge is required to make certain findings if he or she is going to go beyond the mid-term, downward or upward. But these guidelines are much less stringent than the ones imposed on federal judges. Certainly, there is much more judicial discretion in the state system in California. It requires only that the judge put on the record the specified reasons why he or she believes a downward or upward deviation from the mid-term would be appropriate. It is rare that those determinations are second-guessed by an appellate court. Certainly there is no reporting requirement, such as exists with regard to the federal sentencing guidelines.

I favor the informed exercise of discretion by judges in sentencing matters as I do in many other areas. I believe that what we have in California strikes a good balance between the authority of the other two branches to require judges to consider certain factors in making a sentencing decision and, on the other hand, the exercise of judicial discretion based upon the particular facts and circumstances best known to the sentencing judge.

Question :The Conference of Chief Justices has provided comment to Congress on pending legislation on tort reform, asbestos and class actions. What are the CCJ's concerns regarding these issues?
Answer : Regarding tort reform, the CCJ, like many members of the federal Judiciary, has concerns with efforts to federalize what are basically state-created causes of action and with any attempts to impose a "one-size-fits-all" mold in dealing with perceived abuses in this area. I believe that joint federal-state cooperative strategies, accompanied by state court corrective measures and specialized education and training, are a better solution than a monolithic approach in this area.

We recognize that asbestos legislation is a very difficult area. Our desire is to develop a state court policy that would be consistent with legitimate federal concerns. I understand that the leadership of the U. S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary is attempting, on a bipartisan basis, to negotiate some type of "trust" compromise solution to this problem.

Many of us recognize that the proposals for asbestos legislation involve some concerns that perhaps justify a greater federal role than would be warranted in some of the other areas mentioned in your question. In contrast, with regard to class actions and mass torts, the CCJ has taken a very direct stance in opposition to proposed legislation that would allow removal to federal courts, and original jurisdiction in the federal courts, for class actions or mass torts with minimal diversity.

Question : The federal courts are providing increased electronic public access to court records. How is electronic public access to court records proceeding in state courts? Is there any interest, or are there problems, in unifying or standardizing electronic access throughout the states?
Answer :It is a monumental effort to achieve coordination even on a statewide basis, let alone attempt to have a coordinated approach among the states. There is a fundamental difference, of course, in the structure and financing of our state and federal judicial systems. For instance, up until recently in California and certainly in many other states still, funding came mainly from county governments in each state. So each court and county developed its own procedures, including procedures for electronic access.

Since we have achieved a unified and state-funded judicial system for all our courts in California, we are making great strides in electronic public access in both the trial and the appellate courts. We even are proceeding with some pilot projects for electronic filing by counsel in the courts. In the federal courts, of course, funding is centralized and the system is much smaller, and therefore it is much easier for the federal system to develop uniform practices. So I would say that some states have made great strides in electronic public access, while others are just beginning to explore this area.

Question :What is your view of the compensation provided judges today, and do you think it is adequate to attract and retain the best lawyers for seats on the bench?
Answer :The issue of inadequate compensation for judicial officers cannot be ignored. The problem with judicial compensation is not just that it does not keep pace with the private sector-and perhaps never will. The difficulty is that judicial compensation does not keep pace even with the compensation paid to public attorneys, such as district attorneys, public defenders, and county and city attorneys. Most of the senior attorneys in public offices, at least in California, earn salaries higher than those received by the judges before whom they appear, even though California's state judges, I want to stress, have received a 17.5 percent pay increase since the year 2000. We still feel there is a need for further increases.

My concern is that the disparity in compensation acts as a disincentive to potential candidates for appointment to the bench, especially those who are faced with the decision to forego a higher income at a time in their lives when they may be facing increasing college tuition fees for their children and decreases in their capital because of market factors. We also have had some of our most experienced judges leave the California bench prematurely, solely because of monetary concerns.

Question :Since 9-11, the federal courts have worked to prepare Court Continuity of Operations Plans in the event of a natural or man-made disaster or emergency, so that the courts can continue essential activities and function without unacceptable interruption. Are state courts making similar preparations?
Answer : We had a symposium dealing specifically with the aftermath of September 11, that many of the chief justices or their designees attended in New York City.

In California, we long have had statutory provisions authorizing the chief justice, in the event of an emergency, to issue orders that permit a trial court to hold sessions anywhere within the county or to transfer civil cases to an adjacent county, and to extend the time in which arraignments, preliminary hearings, and trials must take place, along with additional provisions dealing with such situations. The CCJ has a joint committee with the state court administrators, called the Security and Emergency Preparedness Committee, that addresses many of these issues and collects the best practices that are being followed in the various jurisdictions.

There are all sorts of emergency situations that can affect the conduct of judicial proceedings, and I believe it is very important that courts be prepared for such eventualities. The state courts are evaluating their existing procedures in light of the new environment in which we live.

Free People Search Engines
Free People Search Engine: Your White Pages Directory
You probably used the white pages in phone booth to find people and contact them. White pages contain the name, address and phone number of people subscribed to a telephone line.

However, what if the person you are looking for isn't subscribed in the phone company anymore? What if the white pages you are searching for isn't updated?

With white pages, you can keep in touch or find friends, colleagues, classmates, family and more. It is a great way to keep in touch with people you have known for years. Today, there are online white pages with search engines with its own database of names, addresses and more information.

An online white page lets you search for people more conveniently, you no longer have to flip those huge white pages and search for your family or friends one by one. With an online white page, all you have to do is visit their website and type
in the first name, middle initial, last name, the city and age of the person you are looking for, then click on search. A search result will appear that matches those of the information you typed in. Some websites that offer online people search engines has many features. It has a people search, where you can find your family, friends, old classmates, or just anyone. You can also conduct a background check to help you make better decisions whether you are a property owner, selling your house, hiring people and other factors. There are also people searches that can search for court records, this feature can enable you to search for people's criminal records, police records or civil court records.

Some of these people search engine websites requires you to pay a certain fee to enable you to use their services. Most people search engine websites that requires a fee for their services is usually accurate and more detailed.

However, there are also people search engines that offer their services free. Some of these search engines are reliable and accurate and some are simply outdated and cannot provide you with accurate information. In free websites that offer people searches, you will have information about the person's phone number, email address, home or work address, schools and more.

Most of free people search engines only have limited services; they will only sometimes display the name and phone number of the person you are looking for.

If the address and other information is not important for you, then free people search engines would probably be a great choice,

There are also free search engines that can enable you to search for medical and health professionals. This is a great way to look for someone in you are area to seek medical attention.

Some free people search engines have a database exclusively for college students or alumni. This is great if you want to get in touch with your old college friends or even professors.

However, most people search engines exclusive for college students of a particular school should register first and make sure that he or she attended the certain college or university.

People search engines is a great way for you to keep in touch with family, friends, and business colleagues.

You can access the website wherever you are as long as there is an active internet connection and people search engines are more convenient than bulky phonebooks.

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Getting Information through Reverse Phone Tools for Ordinary People
Have you ever thought of living your life without the internet? It seems that the internet is already an integral part of every person's life. It is regarded as a necessity nowadays because of its countless functions.

Perhaps you've been bothered by several unknown phone calls. This is a serious problem because it can disturb the peace in your home. You will also tend to feel anxious because you don't know who's calling you on the phone. But thanks to the internet, you can make use of reverse phone tools to determine who the pestering caller is.

Many years ago, this would have been the task of private investigators but now you can be a detective yourself. This is a great advantage because you don't have to pay for the services of a private detective which can get very expensive over time. You don't have to remain clueless and bothered anymore.

Some wives or husbands are very suspecting when they see an unknown number in their spouse' phone. There are also those who often receive calls from a nuisance caller. These days, hiring a private detective is truly expensive but you can do without them through the internet. There are numerous detective tools online that you can make use to trace an unknown number. Through diligent search, you may be able to get the name and other personal information of the number's owner.

Make use of the reverse phone detective tools now. You can find numerous sites that may be able to answer your needs. Through the sites available on the net, you can look into government documents as well as public records. These sites have large databases from different sources so you have a greater chance to identify the person behind the mysterious number.

Now there may be other reasons why you need to make use of online detective tools like the reverse phone information. If you want to locate old acquaintances and friends, investigate harassing callers and suspicious numbers, check your missed calls, or determine a person's exact address, this is exactly what you need to use.

Oftentimes, it is very hard to find a good site that offers their services for free. This is one reason why many people prefer the paid sites. The database of most paid sites is regularly updated and you need to pay a membership fee so that you can have access to their records. The sites also contains archived information that you may find useful and it usually includes court records, background checks, death records, adoption records, criminal records, divorce filings, marriage records, etc.

Make sure that you only dig into legal sites so that you can be sure that the information you enter upon registration on the site will be protected. Once you're registered, you can conduct your searches without further delay. So if you are also bothered with pestering calls, this is the answer to your problem.

If this is your first time to use a specific detective tool like the reverse phone information, you can ask someone who already has an experience. You can ask a friend, a family member, or anyone who knows how to conduct a reverse phone search. Once you've learned the process, you can do it alone the next time you need to conduct a search. Good luck with your search and hope you get the information you need.

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Reverse people search
There are simple schemes to execute reverse people search. The internet has made it extremely usual to check out any telephone number and learn who it belongs to. Before the internet, the only resource possible was a phone book. However even then exceedingly few people actually understood how to perform a reverse research. Reverse search lets you find owner info using a telephone number. Broadly speaking, private investigators and law enforcement are the ones who had access to such tools. Today things are different. Anyone with the right info can use a reverse look up directory and recognize who a telephone number belongs to. So here are the different methods to do a reverse people search on internet sites:

Conducting on the net

Internet users can use search engines to find out the owner of a phone number that you seek to look up. Just visit your favorite search engine for eaxmple Google, Yahoo or MSN and do a search in the usual way. Type the phone number in the search form and start searching. In case the number is posted somewhere on the internet, you will locate the web site and see if there are any personal data associated with it. The obstacle with this strategy is that few telephone number are listed on web pages on the internet because of privacy regulations so you are not guaranteed to find the data you seek.

Utilizing a reverse look up directory

Utilising a reverse telephone directory to conduct a reverse people search is the most easy method to discover the owner a number. There are many different sites where you can go to perform this on the internet. They work just like a search engine and all you have to perform is enter the phone number in the search box to start. The system will them look for a match and display the results within seconds. The awesome thing about utilizing reverse searching internet sites is that once you've signed up as a member, all the searches you perform are free. You never have to pay anything more.

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Utilizing a private investigator

A while back this used to be the most fashionable method of finding difficult to get info and of investigating people, organisations and finding out what was going on. The only issue with this method is that getting a private investigator to do a simple thing like reverse people search can be strikingly costly. Some will charge you as much as $160 just for this. The main advantage is that you are assured to get the data that you seek.

Use anyone with access to reverse database

If you have a friend, sister or colleague who has access to a reverse directory, you can use them to research the number for you. Just give them the number and ask them to reveal owner details. Many people who are in police, work for phone companies or work for some major government departments have access to these records. The only difficulty with this method is that you might not have anybody who can conduct this for you
No Free Reverse Lookup Phone Services, But So What?
Off the “top of your head,” do you think it’s possible to effectively run a reverse lookup phone search these days? I ask because I received a call the other day from an elderly gentleman wondering if I could help him conduct such a search. Like many others, he had become frustrated with certain services which had promised to help, but eventually left him “high and dry.” Now, I realize such problems happen, perhaps frequently, with cell phone directories . . . but have we as a society become so concerned with personal privacy that we’ve prevented business associates from conducting real, live reverse lookup phone search?

I won’t reveal the gentleman’s name, but suffice it to say, he had a legitimate need for information. He was preparing to go to court and needed information regarding a previous business associate who had dropped one phone number and picked up another. His case was complicated by the fact that he’d been tracing cell phone numbers. The gentleman who called me wanted his associate’s more recent cellular number, a task which proved difficult. Usually in this case, a lot of people just decide to end their searches because they’re faced with too many dead ends; going the traditional route can be even more discouraging.

To access some business phone numbers, you have to call different offices, and either wait in very long lines or have your call placed on hold until you can get qued into a company’s computerized answering service. In large companies, or if your colleague works for a government agency, or if you need information about several different colleagues, you could be waiting for extended periods of time (days or weeks) to get everything you need. When your colleague has changed, and you’re in the position of trying to conduct a reverse lookup phone search, the problem is multiplied because there’s generally no way to determine what their new cell phone number might be.

That in mind, I told the gentleman I didn’t think I could help him, until I thought about it… Look at it this way, I explained, if he’d be satisfied with doing a reverse lookup phone search, I had an idea for him!

Enter: The All-American Reverse Lookup Phone Search

It’s not that the concept of a “reverse lookup phone search” is so awkward or ill-fitting that no one uses it for very much. They do. Indeed, several companies facilitate these searches. Connecting with a colleague’s business phone rather than her/ his cell phone might make a difference, depending on the intended confidentiality of the conversation, but it would certainly appear that there’s a time and place for both. And especially, if you need to conduct business, being able to do a reverse lookup phone search makes a lot of sense.

I can’t say that these services are free, because they are not free. But, a quality reverse lookup phone serch can provide you with a telephone number, even if that phone number is currently unlisted and not in the local phone book.

These services naturally have to pay for access to some of their information, and go through considerable trouble of pulling disparate database resources together. So, as a result, you will be charged a small fee before you can access their business databases. However, the fee is a one-off payment and you can run as many searches as you like once you have access. The records they offer include address history, carrier details, and the phone connection status. The databases include numbers to cell phones plus residential, business, toll-free, even pagers…

Then, if you decide against contacting your colleague after you have conducted your own reverse lookup phone search, no one would be the wiser. Unlike some sites, your business friend/ colleague will have no knowledge that you or anyone else was looking closely at their records. These services are discrete and private, so you can be assured that no one but you will ever know you conducted a serch.

Trying to connect with someone from your past does not need to be an arduous task. Use them to get all the answers you need instantly, without having to leave the comfort and privacy of your own home or office.

In conclusion, the answer is no, free reverse lookup phone search services do not currently exist. But, if you really need to access such records, then I believe paying a small fee to trace a business colleague is a price worth paying.

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How to Use a Phone Number to Find People

Do you know that you can use a phone number to find people? It is a common thing to stare at a phone number of someone you know but you simply do not remember or know where he or she stays. Perhaps this person is your ex-business associate or an ex-college buddy or relative that you are trying to send a post card to, or in a bad case of receiving repeated prank calls. Whatever reason it may be, you can use a phone number to find people using a reverse phone number search service.

Why Most Free Reverse Phone Number Directories Fail

Doing a quick search online for “free reverse phone number search”, “reverse cell phone lookup” or even “find people using reverse phone number lookup directories” and so on would return you a list of free phone directories. While it appears easy to quickly find someone’s address by simply running the area code and the 7 digit number you have into the search toolbar, you would realize soon that if you are relying on a free reverse phone number directory, most of the numbers are returning void results to you. What happened?

The free directory does not contain databases of numbers that are unlisted or unpublished, cellular phone numbers, VoIP numbers and others. These free directories only can provide details of the person’s name and address if the phone number you are searching is a landline number listed in the public domain.

Why You Need to Use Paid Reverse Phone Number Lookup Directories

Since the free phone directories only contain public domain numbers, almost all of them share a common database. This means that if you cannot find a number at Directory A, there is a likelihood that you cannot find it at Directory B as well. But fortunately, there are paid services that allow you to conduct reverse phone number searches to use a phone number to find people.

Complete Database of Numbers – New and Old, Listed and Unlisted

The good thing about these databases is that they are complete with the latest telephone number updates. Whatever number it is be it a pager, hand phone, VoIP or unlisted number, you can find it there. The reverse cell phone number lookup services also have advanced search features that allow you to search old numbers which you have not called for years. The expanded people search tools provided by the services can help you to trace the person’s number right to the point of revealing his or her most recent address.

Use Phone Number to Find People and Their Background

Say you want to know more about the person and are not satisfied with only his or her name and address, you can always utilize the value-added people search features to get other information like the person’s neighbors, family members and more.

There is a 100% guarantee offered at several top notch services that ensure you find the people you want with a phone number. With such an assurance to back their service, you need not worry that you cannot locate the person you are looking for.

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Who is Calling My Cell Phone?

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How to Find the Owner of Any Phone Number Using Reverse Phone Search

A reverse phone search is in need when one of these scenarios develops. You may be receiving a number of irritating calls from pranksters. You pick up the call but there is no one answering on the other line. Or you may have picked up an unknown number on your caller ID that you are not familiar with. This is why you need to use a reverse phone search to trace the owner of that phone number.

What do you need in order to conduct a successful reverse phone search?

A good phone lookup directory, the area code and 7 digit number are all you need to find out details about the phone number’s owner. Getting the last 2 details are easy but it is a bit tricky to find a good phone lookup directory.

You may be looking in the wrong places if you are using a free reverse phone search directory or website. Why is that so? Free reverse phone number directories are collections of phone numbers in the public domain. These numbers are land line numbers which include the owner’s name and address. But they do not include any cell or mobile phone numbers as well as unlisted or non-published ones. In other words, try doing a search for a mobile number and you are likely to find nothing.

And also, my advice is not to try further at other free reverse phone search directories because they share the same database. This means that if you cannot find your results at one site, there are slim chances you cannot find it on the other.

Only paid reverse phone search directories are able to provide comprehensive details of a wide coverage of phone numbers including hand phone numbers and unlisted numbers. Their databases are constantly updated to ensure that you can always find the most accurate details of the whole of US. Assistance is also available if you need help at the sites. You also have the access to expanded people search databases.

The most established reverse phone search directories are able to offer you unlimited number of phone searches and a premium phone report. Look out for the 100% satisfaction guarantee on the site as an authentic measure that it is a reliable site for such services.

Read my phone blog that tells you what you need to know about using such paid services for reverse phone search.

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Track Down Iedereen met een Reverse Cell Phone Directory

Heb je ooit gekregen herhaalde oproepen van hetzelfde nummer, maar u bent niet zeker of die het uit? Of misschien toch krijg steeds prank calls en u wilt een einde maken aan het? Wat de reden, een van de frustrerende dingen over mobiele telefoons vandaag de dag is het niet kunnen vinden van namen en nummers in een online telefoonboek.

Op een gegeven moment, in ieder van ons zal het waarschijnlijk behoefte aan het gebruik van een omgekeerde telefoon opzoeken. Gemiste oproepen of intimiderend telefoongesprekken kunnen worden getraceerd met behulp van een dergelijke dienst. Het is van enorm helpen in dit soort frustrerende situaties, aangezien de details over de onbekende persoon gemakkelijk kan worden ontdekt, zodat u deze kunt melden aan de bevoegde autoriteiten. Vaak staan ook kinderen lastig gevallen per telefoon. Daarom zullen ouders ook wilt gebruiken voor de veiligheid van hun kinderen.

Gehuwd met mensen die verdacht worden van hun partner zijn ook het gebruik van deze service. Deze mensen gemakkelijk kunnen vinden of hun vrouw of man is met een ongezonde zaak. Een reverse lookup wordt erg bruikbaar voor iedereen. Er zijn gevallen waarin bepaalde gezinnen zijn getormenteerde voor lange tijd. Zonder te weten de herkomst van deze telefoongesprekken, ze echt niet in staat zullen zijn ti doen. Maar met het gebruik van een van de reverse telefoon te zoeken, al uw problemen kunnen eenvoudig worden opgelost.

Er zijn veel verschillende reverse lookup diensten die er zijn. Ik heb geprobeerd een aantal, met gemengde resultaten. Ik heb bijvoorbeeld vrij gebruikt omgekeerde telefoon opzoeken diensten, maar hebben nog beperkte resultaten - meestal beperkt tot een vaste telefoon nummers die zijn beursgenoteerd. Dit is niet goed in een wereld waar mobiele gebruikers en niet-beursgenoteerde cijfers zijn hoger dan ooit.

Ik was niet tevreden met mijn resultaten tot ik begonnen met het gebruik van deze speciale service. Niet alleen was ik in staat om niet-beursgenoteerde nummers, maar ik was ook in staat om met succes gebruik maken van de map die opgenomen mobiele telefoon en mobiele nummers. Feit is dat alle cellen aantal mappen moeten worden handmatig, wat betekent dat je alleen maar zal geen toegang krijgen tot een directory als deze op een gratis site.

Conventionele particuliere en zakelijke telefoonnummers kunnen worden opgezocht in de reguliere telefoonboek of zijn naaste verwanten, de reverse lookup boek. Het is heel eenvoudig en gemakkelijk, maar voor mobiele telefoons is er geen boek omdat de cellulaire bedrijven nauwlettend bewaken hun klant naam en nummer lijsten, tenzij natuurlijk kunnen zij wat geld van hen.

Er is geen centrale database van mobiele telefoonnummers, zodat de meeste vrije omgekeerde telefoon te zoeken sites niet kunnen terugkeren informatie over deze nummers. Bovendien, als het nummer is een vaste telefoon, maar wordt niet vermeld of de niet-gepubliceerd, die u niet in staat zullen zijn om de informatie die u nodig heeft.

Er is weinig zin te proberen veel verschillende telefoonnummer op te zoeken om websites te vinden die de eigenaar is van een telefoonnummer, hetzij. Doorgaans ze allemaal gebruik van dezelfde databases, dus als je niet de nummer een op, dan heb je het zeer onwaarschijnlijk te vinden waar ook. Uiteindelijk, als je echt nodig het nummer dat u waarschijnlijk gebruik kunnen maken van een betaalde site, maar het is niet altijd gemakkelijk om te weten waar een te kiezen.

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