Question from MonaSamiK
I am getting harassing phone calls from someone that has an AT&T cell phone. My co-worker told me that AT&T won’t release any information regarding their subscribers and that’s why people with something to hide use AT&T instead of a company like Verizon. I have a hunch who is calling me but before I approach someone and wrongfully accuse them, I’d like to know for sure and do a reverse cell phone look up. Before I waste time and money – are AT&T recods included in your database?|
Answer from ReversePhoneNumbers.com
Absolutely you can find out who is calling you. The only exception is if the cell phone number is less than 30 days old. It can take one solid billing cycle for the information to reach our vendor’s database. Once there it will join millions and millions of records.
To answer your question specifically, yes AT&T records are included in our vendor’s database and if you’ve been getting calls now, it’s had time to be entered so you should have no problem seeing the name, address and additional phone numbers (like land line numbers) the person who owns the phone number that’s been calling you has in their name. And it all starts with a reverse cell phone look up.