Have you ever received a call from an unknown number and wondered who it was? Maybe you missed the call or wanted to know who it was before you called back. We all have those unknown calls that we just don’t want to answer, but sometimes we’re just curious about who was on the other line.
If you have ever had an unrecognizable phone number pop up on your caller ID, you know the feeling of frustration it instills. Nothing will drive you crazy faster than getting calls from a phone number you don't know--or, even worse, seeing a phone number you don't recognize on your partner's phone. Thankfully, there are safe and easy ways to find out who owns that phone number that's provided you with such a mystery.
Receiving mystery calls and texts can be a frustrating or even frightening experience. It can be difficult to figure out where the call may be originating from. You may be able to trace the number to a name or business. You may have to enlist the help of a private investigator or the police to get results.
Reverse lookup sites like ours at lifematome.com will query a database to find the personal information of the caller. While a few sites offer these services for free, most charge a fee to view the details. Since cell phone numbers can easily be transferred between carriers and customers, reverse lookups are not always accurate, and may actually provide you with the information about the wrong person.
On this site, nothing. We are one of the few sites to offer 100% of our information free of charge. As for other "pay" sites, many of them charge between $4.95 and $14.95 per lookup. To be fair, those sites may offer information that we do not, as they source their information differently. That said there is no reason why you can not search this site first and if you can't find the information you are looking for try others.
If you wish to call a person in the US or in Canada, you have the use the international code “1”. Just dial 001 (+1) followed by the 10-digit number of the person you wish to contact in the US or in Canada.
The North American Numbering Plan is the main agency that helps people know the specific area codes in the US and in Canada. The mobile phone is also generated using a number of geographical area codes where a person lives. More importantly, make sure to take note of the numbers in the US and Canada that have local number portability (LNP).