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The Importance of Public Records

Public Records: Who can access them?

We’ve heard people talking about public records before, however, most don’t actually know what it means. Public records are really just reports or documents that you can review for information you may be looking for. For example, when someone wants to know more about a certain phone number and searches in a directory, that’s searching public records.

It is important to remember that the general public doesn’t have permission to access all records due to government regulations. Some records on individuals, businesses, or areas of the government may not be accessible by the public due to rules in place. When thinking about what public records are, it’s easiest to think they are the records that contain information about individuals that are accessible by the general public. The FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) is in place to help control which records are to be released as public records.

These are some of the most common public records you are probably already familiar with:

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

Perform a Reverse Phone Lookup

Do you ever receive calls from phone numbers you’re not familiar with? Or did your friend set you up on a date with someone you don’t know much about and want a little more information on them? In both cases a reverse phone lookup can help assist you in finding out more information on someone.

  • Owner Name

  • Address

  • Email

Reverse Phone Lookups- Who can do them?

That answer is easy- everyone! Although, you should know, not all reverse phone lookup sites can provide you with all the information you’re looking for. A lot of the free sites out there may only be able to get you data on landline phone numbers. As we all know, landline numbers are being used less and less as time goes on. The free sites aren’t able to access all the data for cell phone numbers because most cellular networks control who has access to their numbers.

Because the sites themselves are free, they cannot pay for the access to cell numbers’ information. Besides not being able to get cell phone number lookups, most of the free sites don’t even allow you to perform a criminal background check. Therefore, most free sites can’t actually help you find what you’re searching for.

How can a Reverse Phone Lookup help me?

A reverse phone lookup can help you get out of answering telemarketer and other harassing phone calls, ignore someone you don’t want to talk to, and even help you figure out who’s calling you without having to talk to them.

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