Reverse Phone Lookup

Who called me from this phone number?

Why use for reverse phone lookups?

Everyone deserves to know who's calling. With ReversePhone, finding out is simple. We search through billions of records to quickly identify callers and provide valuable insights about any phone number.

You could discover the true identity behind unknown numbers reaching out to you or your loved ones. You might want to identify potential scam attempts or check to see is a call is coming from a legitimate business before answering. You may want to verify someone's identity before meeting or sharing personal information. You can even explore what public data is available about your own number.

Our service offers detailed caller information that can including names, locations, related phone numbers, email addresses, social media profiles, and a lot more. This invaluable context helps you understand who's on the other end of the line so you can make an informed decision to call them back, ignore them, or block the number entirely.

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Our reverse phone lookups may provide…

Perform a number lookup to find out of the call came from a cell phone, land line, or VoIP number, as well as the service provider and area code location.

Are there multiple people associated with this number? Discover information such as their possible name, age, languages spoken, and country of origin.

Search for photos previously associated with this caller.

Discover other numbers used by the same person or business to help gain information about the caller.

How many people have searched for this same number?

NPA-NXX or neighbor spoofing is when a caller mimics your phone's first six digits, making it appear as if the call is from a local source. This technique is often used by scammers and robocallers.

Identify known spammers and telemarketers using user-submitted reports about a number.

Locate email addresses that have been linked to this number before.

Identify physical addresses in the United States that have been matched to a number, similar to an address lookup

Learn about employment information related to this caller when available

Does this phone number have any associated social media profiles

Reveal details about the education history linked to a phone number.

By cross-referencing information with government and customer records, you could uncover assets owned by the associated contact like properties and vehicles.

How to use our reverse phone lookup service

To perform a reverse phone lookup, simply enter the full 10-digit number including the area code in the search box. We will scour our growing database of records and cross-reference it with user-submitted data to uncover all available information associated with the number.

You can also use our service to perform a people search, with similar information you might find in the white pages, to quickly perform a background search on a person.

What people are using reverse phone lookups for

FAQ (Frequently asked questions)

Yes, ReversePhone helps you stay in the know, discreetly. Whether you're looking up a spam caller or checking on a prospective date, nobody will be informed or alerted if their details have been looked up. We ensure you get quality information with complete privacy and discretion. No catches or caveats.

Simply answering a spam or scam call won't immediately put you at risk—although it may indicate to the caller that your number is active and encourage repeat calls. According to the Federal Communications Commission, you should hang up immediately, avoid responding to any questions, and make sure not to press any buttons even if they promise to stop calling you. Never give out any personal information, and if they say they represent a company or government agency, hang up and call the organization back using a number from their official website.

Yes, sometimes you may be able to discover an address history according to public records simply by performing a reverse phone number search. When available, you might find current and previous addresses associated with this number. Keep in mind that these records can't necessarily show the current physical location of the phone or enable you to track the location.

Getting robocalls on your cell phone can be extremely disruptive, but there are things you can do to help reduce or prevent these calls. One of the first steps you should take is to explore the call-blocking and call-labeling services offered by your wireless carrier. Most carriers offer services that allow you to block, filter, or label calls that have been identified as scam or spam calls simply by enabling the feature. When this isn't an option, or for additional protection, you can download a call-blocking app that will perform a similar function. Finally, your phone might offer settings that allow you to silence calls from unknown numbers or redirect them straight to voicemail, reducing the distractions significantly.

Absolutely—we work hard to provide everyone with as much information about callers as possible, and make some of this information available for free. Access to phone number details and user comments without paying.

By upgrading to our paid service you gain access to even more robust information, and help us work to expand our offering even further.

Yes, a reverse phone number search works for cell phone numbers, whether you were contacted by call or by text.

Scammers often impersonate financial institutions like banks, insurance companies, investment services, and mobile payment services like Cash App or Venmo. These scammers might contact you by text, phone call, direct message, or email. Make sure to never share sensitive information like a passcode or one-time password, which could allow them access to your account. Be careful with any unsolicited communications claiming to be from one of these companies, and make sure to only use official support channels found through the app or website.

Don't become a victim of fraud

In the past decade, reported fraud cases have increased tenfold—reaching $10 billion in losses every year. Over 800,000 of these reports were from imposter scams, including calls and texts claiming to be a well-known business, government agency, loved one in distress, or romantic interest. If you are unsure about a specific phone number, it's always a good idea to conduct a reverse phone search to try to verify the caller's identity.

Scam reports
It also helps to know about the most common scams so you can spot the signs and avoid becoming a victim yourself.
$10 billion
in losses every year

These types of scams represented a staggering 75% of all money lost through fraud—over $4.5 billion worth. If you receive an unexpected call or text offering an investment opportunity, it's best to ignore it.

You'll typically receive a call stating that you've won a prize or foreign lottery. You'll be asked to cover taxes, registration fees, or shipping charges to claim your prize. As soon as you've paid the fees, the criminals run off with your money.

While pretending to be from a familiar company like Norton, Microsoft or Apple, the caller falsely claims to detect an error on the victim's computer. This eventually leads to downloading harmful software that either grants the caller remote access or installs ransomware to lock files until a ransom is paid.

In this scheme someone will call and claim that they can reduce your credit card interest rates, repair your credit, or forgive your loans if you pay their company a fee upfront.

Fraudsters often pretend to be charities requesting donations for disaster relief, local law enforcement, veterans, or families facing cancer. Don't be pressured into immediate phone donations.

Callers, aware of your car details, may pressure you to purchase overpriced or worthless service contracts or extended warranties. Avoid immediate purchase and always research the company and terms beforehand to ensure suitability.

One of the most important reasons to not answer the phone if you're ever in doubt is the rise of voiceprint scams. By recording your voice during a call, even one that seems innocent, scammers are able to create a deepfake version of your voice that can be used to impersonate you when they call your insurance provider or financial institutions.

You may receive a call promising loans or credit cards in exchange for an upfront fee. Once the fee has been paid, they run off with your money.

Scammers offer cheap vacations, requiring upfront fees or taxes. But once paid, there's no vacation. In timeshare resale scams, they falsely claim to have buyers for your timeshare if you pay them first.

Be cautious if someone you meet online quickly wants to communicate off the dating platform, claiming true love but citing distance as a barrier, then starts asking for money, as this could be a romance scam. Con artists often create fake profiles to build trust and then fabricate stories to solicit money through various urgent reasons.

Would you be able to spot the scam?

Criminals use a constantly evolving roster of new and old tricks to gain access to your personal information and steal your money. Here are some scam reports filed by users.

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