How to Look Up People on the Internet

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Being able to look people up on the internet is the difference between locating your lost loved ones and having them still be lost. For example, college roommates grow apart, relatives move away, and friends go to college out of state. Another reason you might need this ability is a health condition. For example, if you are adopted and have discovered you have a rare disease that is hereditary, you would need to find at least one if not both of your birth parents. Internet searches can make this task faster and easier.

Who Where

  • Go to Who Where.

  • Type in the first and last name of the person you are looking for where indicated. If you know it, you can also type in their address.

  • Click on "Search." This will bring up any listings of people with that name, including their address.

AnyWho AT&T Yellow and White Pages

  • Go to AnyWho.

  • Go to the "Find a Person" section.

  • Type in the person's first and last name where indicated. If you know what city and state he lives in you can also type that in to help narrow the search.

  • Click on the "Find" button. This should pull up the person you are looking for.

Yahoo People Search

  • Go to Yahoo People Search.

  • Type in the person's first and last names where indicated. If you have their city and state, you can also type that in where indicated.

  • Click on the "Search" button. This should pull up the person's current information including address and phone number that you are looking for.

Tips & Warnings

  • Use Yahoo People Search to also look up email addresses and do reverse phone number searches.
  • There are a lot of people search websites that charge to do a search online and the prices can be expensive. In most cases you can find the same information online for free.

References

  • Photo Credit internet image by Soja Andrzej from Fotolia.com
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