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Finding A Lost Person

By Brian Howard_

If you looking for someone now it is easier than before; today there are lot of latest technologies that aids us on looking for the long lost person. Internet is one of the very useful tools in finding a person. Mobile and land line numbers are also ways on locating a person.

But how can we search a person? Here are easy tips on finding a person. Have the total information of the person you are searching for; complete name, address and birthday are needed. With this information you can have your first step on searching the person.

Always remember that name is not enough on finding a person so further, research on his mobile or phone number. Then have a list of all the information you can get. If you have the phone number of the person, try to locate him on a white pages directory.

You must use the up to date white pages directory. If your search is still not existing, have the reverse look-up, this may cost you some fees but you can have valid information. Take note always that information must be from a dependable source, so that searching a person would not be difficult.

Having further information you have, you can also have social networking sites, such as Facebook, twitter and multiply. These sites also provide reliable information; but just be certain that is updated information.

Email address is also a useful tool, with this address you can get in touch with the person you are locating. Email address information is also needed on searching through social networking sites. This time, nearly everyone surely have email address.

You can also search a person through googeling, and again this will do with the power of the internet. Type on the search box the complete name of the person inside a quotation mark. In a few seconds results will show up, and have the best information you can get.

If internet can’t help you, try the traditional style have the public offices where you can locate for a person’s information. Public records are set aside for a long period of time, some of it may not be updated but definitely it is a good source to start on your search.

Looking for a person is not that simple, you are fortunate enough if you can find a person in just a small number of times. Most searches takes time, and cost so much; but don’t give up, always have you patience and soon you can find your long lost friend or love one.

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Howard_, Brian "Finding A Lost Person." Finding A Lost Person. 12 Jul. 2010. 20 Aug 2014 <>.

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Howard_, B (2010, July 12). Finding A Lost Person. Retrieved August 20, 2014, from

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Howard_, Brian "Finding A Lost Person"

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