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How to find out how old someone is online

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The private investigator, or the hero of the story, goes to a computer, enters a name, and up pops everything about that person. But anything else is locked away behind a premium database where you have to break out the dollars to find out more. But there are legitimate reasons why you would need to check on someone. Someone turning up claiming to be a long-lost relative when a will is being read, someone you would like to date but they like sharpening their knives too much …that sort of thing.

Let loose the How to find out how old someone is online When you master the use of Google's Read More before to make sure that you fire your queries quickly and easily. Then check Google News. This obviously focuses heavily on the newspapers and magazines, so if your paramour has been up to naughty tricks in the past, the papers may have covered it.

Read More of that person. Use Something Else We created, adopted and embraced the Internet as a platform for freedom of speech and expression — so why do we all use the same search engine predominantly?

Read More which help in aggregating data on people at the click of a button.

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It tries to charge for additional information by linking to Spokeo and enticing you with juicy details if you pay up.

I recommend ignoring that. ZabaSearch is a bit of a double-edged sword.

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A US-only search engine, it gives you addresses, phone numbers, and names of relatives, and previous places where How to find out how old someone is online person stayed.

But if you want to get the juicy salacious details the photos in the brown envelope proving the affairthen yes, get your wallet out. Pipl is another avenue to explore, although I am totally unimpressed with that one. Despite my high level of activity on the web, all it could find on me was two photos. And that was after I gave it my exact location. A Guide For New Researchers This manual will take you on a tour through the many levels of the deep web: Read More in our Web guide for online research.

Has somebody disappeared and you need to track them down?

Maybe they are the master criminal and you are the hardened bitter cynical cop? First thing would be to check if your fugitive is still in the land of the breathing.

But there are online tools...

The first good place to check for graves is Find a Grave. As well as listing the location of famous graves, it also lists million records of ordinary deceased people. You can search for a person or a cemetery, and even download an iOS app if you are out on the road in pursuit of your quarry. A similar alternative is Interment. Next, there is the site Death Indexeswhich covers, amongst other things, death certificates and death notices. Finally, if your escapee is a writer, check the United States Copyright Office.

See if any new copyrights have been registered in their name. Or check the US Patent Office for any recently registered trademarks.

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LinkedIn is a good place to see if they have a profile. If they do, they will have their job history Diving Into LinkedIn? These 5 tips will get you from total newcomer to all-star networker in no time. Read More listed — including their current job. If they have a company, run it through the toll-free directory. If they moved the company elsewhere, it may have a new toll-free number.

Next, the dude could be How to find out how old someone is online macho muscular shaven-headed thug with tattoos, currently a guest of the US prison system. Maybe your psycho neighbor juggling knives has been a really bad boy? Speaking of the law, if they are a lawyer, you can put their name through FindLaw assuming they are active. VitalRec not only has death records, but also divorce decrees, and marriage licenses.

So if the person went to Vegas, married a hooker, and then divorced them a month later, there will be a paper trail! VitalRec also has an international section. Finally, check the newspapers. The person you are looking for, or whom you are looking into, may have been in the papers — in the crime section, or in the society section….

What online resources do you use to track someone down, or get information on someone? Let us know in the comments below. Google SearchWeb Search. Your email address will not be published. Find A Grave also has an Android App, which you forget to mention in the article.

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