A person’s identity is much more than just a name and address. When you want trace a person A person’s identity, it is often more than just a name and address that you are both looking for and will need. When you want to find out more, we open up the true meaning of an individual’s profile by combining offline, online and social data streams with the aim of avoiding a mistrace.
We believe in allowing the public to access public content and to aggregate that content into a single platform that allows our registered clients to search for a current or historic address for a person or even a person’s landline or mobile telephone number.
Users can access the UK largest public facing database of people and address and all for free. Our people and address records go back to 1980 and our landline and mobile database is currently well over 35 Million unique records and growing daily. Users will also be to access for free our email database which is currently just over 5 million UK only records.
We provide a free UK Phone Book search tool and a postcode or address look up - great for confirming the correct format for an address before sending your Christmas cards. It makes no sense to send your letters, parcels and cards to an unconfirmed UK address. after all it just causes unnecessary costs, anxiety and delays.
Use our ‘reverse search’ capability to recover a full identity profile from a single email address or Telephone number. Users often provide feed back that using only minimal information such as a partial name or address, telephone or email, they have accessed results of people that traditional solutions cannot offer, for both historic and current intelligence.
You will be able to search a database of over 6 million UK death records which in many cases will detail the last known place of residence of the deceased and the actual day, month and year of recorded death. In many death records a full date of birth for the deceased is recorded. Tracing a death record is especially important to those members of the public or professional genealogists engaged in family history or probate investigations.