“Why would anybody want to do a reverse email lookup?” you ask?
There are a number of reasons why anyone would want a reverse email lookup done. However, all these reasons can be broken down to mainly two categories:
- To contact people that you’ve been friends with in the past, but have lost contact recently, for some reason, and
- To check on people to make sure that you’re not being scammed. These may be people you come across during social networking, people you come across at your new working place or even people that you want to hire for your local business.
Why not do a reverse cell phone lookup to find out information about a person, instead of reverse looking up email addresses?
Good question. We actually, prefer reverse phone lookups much better for the following reasons:
People can create new email addresses at will. Almost everybody owns at least two email addresses nowadays. Some of them are genuine, some of them are fake, some of them, we abandon, so on and so forth. For these reasons, the accuracy and/or success of a reverse email look up can be very limited. In contrast, it’s very difficult to create a new phone number. How many people that you know of have multiple cell phones?, unless they are separate numbers for a mobile phone, home phone and workplace phone? You see what we mean? For all these reasons, we recommend that you run a reverse cell phone lookup if you want to do any detective work on finding the whereabouts of a friend/relative or even a prankster/anonymous person.
We have done a comprehensive review on the best reverse cell phone lookup directories, which you’re welcome to check out. Just like reverse email services, reverse phone search services come in various sizes, shapes, colors and accuracy rates. This is why you need to be extra careful when picking the right service!
However, if you still insist that you want to reverse lookup an email address, read this or watch the following video!