New Website Helps You Track Down the Location of Harassing Phone Calls

April 22, 2009 at 5:22 pm Leave a comment

Interested in where that last Unknown number came from? A new website,, allows you to map the location of most phone numbers. Go to the site and enter the phone number you want to trace, and the website searches U.S. census data, telephone area code data, phone carrier data, FBI crime data, line type data, targeted income & housing data, and pay phone data to give you an approximate location of the phone that made the call, along with any other information that it finds.

In today’s society, where cell phones are constantly roaming around the country, this service will work best with land line phone numbers, and can help you give information to police about harassing phone calls. The site also provides users with a link to the national do not call registry and allows you to publicly complain about certain phone numbers and post them on the site.

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