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How To Get Someone’s Cell Phone Records Without Them Knowing

Updated on July 13, 2010

These days with the Internet and other advanced technology offered to us, there is almost nothing you can’t do.  If you ever wanted to know how to get someone’s cell phone records for instance, you could obtain this information in a matter of hours or even minutes.  Regardless of the exact reasons, if you want to learn how to get someone’s cell phone records, there are a few places you can head.  The PublicRecords site is one of the best online companies to get started with.

 While on the site you will be able to perform your own cell phone records look up on the cell phone in question.  You will get a listing of ingoing and outgoing calls as well as the name and address of the owner of the phone.  The online company is another great option and they make things easier by doing all the dirty work for you.  All you need is the name and cell phone number of the person you want to trace.

 They will then do a trace and for just a couple hundred dollars you will be presented with a list of ingoing and outgoing calls for that cell phone.  For a bit extra money they may even be willing to offer extra information such as where they work.   If you really want to get all the details on someone, then you may want to consider going through a private investigator.  Most people hire a private investigator when they think their spouse is cheating or are angry with someone and want to try and get some dirt on them.

 The Net Detective site is a great example of an online private investigator that you can go through discretely.  Not only can you get them to retrieve someone’s cell phone records but also their date of birth and personal information like whether they are married, if they have children, what times of day they go to work and so on.  You can also find out personal information such as if they are married, what they do for a living, when they go to work and so on.  Most of this is illegal activity so you will want to stay under the radar because you could end up getting in trouble.

 Of course if you have friends in the police department this may be your best bet.  In some situations finding out information on another person can be potentially harmful.  In some cases it is a breach of privacy and can even be dangerous for one person to obtain this sort of information.   However, in cases of infidelity or other betrayal it can give a person the chance to see the truth and get out to live a better life.


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