Why Use Reverse Phone Lookup
When to Use a Reverse Phone Lookup

We all know how a traditional phone book works—you have a name, and can use it to open up that thick directory to find any associated phone numbers. But services like USPhoneBook.com can turn that process on its head, allowing you to look up a phone number and find out who owns it, rather than the other way around.

But if you have a number, why wouldn’t you have a name? There are a number of ways you might have only a phone number to work with, and looking it in a reverse phone search can help you get answers. Solving the mystery of who’s calling you can come in handy in a number of situations:

  1. Incessant phone calls Is there a particular number showing up on your caller ID multiple times, despite the fact that you continue to ignore it? It might be an ex, a former friend, a prank caller, or even someone you don’t know. If someone is harassing you with phone calls, looking up who the phone number belongs to will help you get to the bottom of it and take the needed action to make it stop.
  2. Unknown phone numbers Say you’ve written down a phone number—and not much else. No name, no context, just a scrap of paper found under the piles of paper on your desk. Before you toss it in the garbage can, ensure it isn’t an important contact or something you were looking for by checking the phone number against an online database. You’ll find the name and location of the owner that will give you a clue as to whether you should hang onto it or not.
  3. Suspicious phone numbers Perhaps there’s a number frequently showing up on your spouse’s phone bill that you don’t recognize. Or an unmarked number in the phone of your teenage child. You might even find a mystery phone number among their text messages. Unknown phone numbers like this can potentially be part of a much larger issue in these relationships, so identifying them early on can help you get answers.
  4. Dodging telemarketers It is likely that an unknown phone number on your caller ID means it goes straight to voicemail—likely because you’re worried it’s a telemarketer. Searching the phone number can put the mystery to rest, allowing you to confirm that it’s not someone of importance trying to reach you.
  5. Online dating If you’re meeting people online, getting to the point of exchanging phone numbers is an important step in building a relationship. Looking up the phone number can help you rest easy that the person you’ve been talking to is who they say he or she is. A mismatched number could be an early warning sign about the person and save you trouble down the road.

All you need to conduct a free reverse phone lookup is the 10-digit number in question. USPhoneBook will use it to scour billions of records to bring back the most up-to-date information available on who the number belongs to, their location and even the type of phone and the carrier (such as Sprint or T-Mobile for cellular phones). Give it a try and see how this service will make sure you never have to ask “Who’s calling me?” again.