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Reverse Toll Free 800 Number Search Tips

If you’ve got a Caller ID box attached to your telephone, you might find you are receiving calls from numbers you do not know. For example, you might constantly get calls from a toll-free number with no name associated with it. Some people get called by automatic dialers, and when they answer all they hear is a recorded message or sometimes nothing at all. Other times, there is a real person on the other end of the line, trying to sell you something. At these times, you wish you’d never answered the phone.

Or perhaps you didn’t answer the phone, but keep getting called by the same toll free number and want to know who it is? A reverse search will come in quite handy in this case. There are several sites where you can perform reverse lookups absolutely free. Toll Free Phone is a business directory that allows you to perform regular and reverse searches, and is a great way for businesses to get exposure. If you are a small business owner, listing your toll free number with Toll Free Phone is a good way to get your name and contact information out there so people can find you.

Toll Free Phone isn’t the only toll free number directory out there. You can find plenty more just by doing a search engine query. AT&T is a leader in the telephone industry who offers various free search tools on their website.  If you cannot find the information you need for free, it may be necessary to pay for a professional database search or even for a private investigator to search for you.

Perhaps the best way to avoid this in the first place is to take precautions with your privacy. When you call a toll free number, do so from a public phone rather than your home phone to avoid being added to mailing lists. There are now “Do Not Call” lists you can get on which keep you from receiving telemarketer calls. If bill collectors are harrassing you, request they send all correspondence through postal mail rather than telephone. Taking simple steps like these can prevent harrassment from toll free callers.

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