Thursday, June 7, 2012
Whose Number is That?
This is one of the most embarrassing things that can happen to you. You find a telephone number written on a piece of paper and you have no idea who it belongs to. It could have been that old friend you ran into and jotted down his or her number. It could have been the number of a house you were interested in, or it could be your boss's telephone number. You have no idea. So, most people might think, 'well just call it and find out who it is.' Think about that though. "Hello, can you tell me who I'm calling?" What if it is your boss, or an old boyfriend or girlfriend? How embarrassing would that be? You don't want to call the number back, but you really want to know who the number belongs to.
There is something else you can do to find out who the number belongs to. Until recently, you were unable to search a cell phone number and find a name and address for the owner. However, that service is now available to the public online on several different websites. The only thing you have to do is log in, type in the number and wait a few seconds. You will be given the most relevant search results on that number from the database. You can be provided with a name, an address and more. The great thing about this is that you don't have to call the number and find out who you're speaking to – and they will never even know you searched for their name from their phone number.
Another thing that sites like this are helpful for is if you find an unexplained number on a phone bill, or on your cell phone. Don't want to call and find out who it is? That's understandable. We all have people that we just don't want to speak to, or it could be someone you'd rather not talk to. Telemarketers are now able to call cell phone numbers to solicit. So, simply go online and type in that number. Find out who has been calling your home or your cell phone easily. Then you have the choice of calling them back or not.
Missed calls? If you were out and missed a call, this is very useful. If you have no idea who it was, you can utilize these websites to find that out as well. A lot of times if someone calls you from a cellular phone, your caller ID will display the number but not the name. When you have no idea who the number belongs to, but you don't want to call it back, this can drive you up the wall. These sites are great for that. It is a very easy thing to use, which can save you a lot of headaches and stress wondering who in the world was calling you. While it may not seem like much, it's a great way to save time and energy to find out who a number belongs to.
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Source CMT Music Awards 2012
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