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If a mysterious North Carolina 10-digit phone number shows up on your caller id and you don’t know who’s calling, there’s a way you could find out who owns the phone number. It’s a North Carolina reverse phone number lookup. A reverse phone number lookup is an online search tool you could use to learn more about the phone number’s owner and where the call might be coming from.
Think of all the times it would be useful to know more about the source of a phone call and the phone number’s owner:
- The same number calls you repeatedly and you’ve been ignoring it. You suspect the unknown caller is a telemarketer or a scam artist, but you’d like to be sure before you block their calls.
- You see an unrecognized number on your teen’s phone, and you’re concerned they might be exchanging phone calls or texts with someone dangerous.
- You talked to someone at the number who claimed to be a relative, but you’re not convinced they’re who they say they are.
- You find a number in a drawer that used to belong to an old friend, and you wonder if that number is still in service.
No matter why you want to know more about that North Carolina phone number, a reverse phone number lookup service may provide the information that you’re looking for.
What Are Common North Carolina Phone Number Area Codes?
Much of the time, the area code will tell you which state the phone number originated from. North Carolina has 10 area codes. Four of these are overlays; that is, four areas of the state have two area codes.
- Area code 252: Northeastern North Carolina including the Outer Banks.
- Area codes 910 and 472: Southeastern North Carolina including Wilmington.
- 919 and 984: The Research Triangle, including Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill.
- Area codes 704 and 980: The Charlotte metropolitan area including Gastonia.
- Area codes 336 and 743: The northwest Piedmont area including Winston-Salem.
- Area code 828: The mountainous western region including Asheville.
Even if you see one of the area codes, it’s not completely certain that the caller is calling from North Carolina. The phone number owner may have been in the state at one time but moved. Some telemarketers vary the phone numbers of the calls to make the area code you see the same as your own.
How Can I Lookup Someone's North Carolina Phone Number?
At one time, we used a paper phone book to start with a person’s name and look for their number. A reverse phone number lookup is, as the name implies, the reverse: you start with the phone number and look up the name. Unlike the old white and yellow pages, it’s online, and it can often search cell phone numbers as well as landlines.
This kind of search is simple to use on ReversePhoneLookup.com. You just enter the 10-digit number into a search bar on your laptop computer or cell phone. The tool takes that number and scans through public records to find information about the phone number’s owner.
It’s significant that the information this search tool provides is from public records. This is information that’s available to anyone who knows where to look. You could find it for yourself, but you might spend weeks or even months tracking down the data sources, submitting requests and waiting for results. A reverse phone number lookup may provide this information much quicker.
You should be aware that you won’t always see a phone number owner's name. For example, scammers will often “spoof” phone numbers so that the number that appears on your phone isn’t the true source. If you don’t see a name in the report, there’s a chance that the call is part of a scam.
Are Reverse Phone Number Lookups Legal in North Carolina?
Yes, they are. Remember, the information typically comes from public records that any member of the public is entitled to see. A reverse phone number lookup on ReveresPhoneLookup.com isn’t going after non-public information. It’s doing the same research work anyone is permitted to do, only it’s doing it in a fraction of the time.
ReversePhoneLookup.com’s North Carolina reverse phone lookup is a legal and useful tool for discovering information that may be important to know.
Is There a Free Reverse Phone Number Lookup Service for North Carolina Numbers?
There’s a free* North Carolina phone number search service at ReversePhoneLookup.com. You can run it from a computer or mobile device. You simply enter the 10-digit phone number in the search, and the tool begins to search for information about the number you requested.
ReversePhoneLookup.com offers a free* reverse phone number lookup that includes basic information, when available, about the owner of the phone number such as name, city, state, zip code. Additionally, when available it may also include info related to a phone number such as area code, exchange code, zip code coverage, original line type, carrier type, original coverage area, and switch CLLI Code.
Much of the time, a free search service can find you what you’ve been wanting to learn. However, if you'd like more info, a paid North Carolina reverse phone number lookup search could get it for you. A paid search can usually provide access to a wider group of public records, and it may return more particulars about a number. Intelius provides a reliable paid search.
What Information Could I Find From a North Carolina Reverse Phone Number Lookup?
There’s a lot of information in public records about many North Carolina phone numbers. How much you see depends on what records is available for a specific number and whether you choose a free or a paid search service.
For example, this is just some of what you might find with a paid Intelius Reverse Phone Number Lookup:
- The landline or cell phone owner’s full first name and last name.
- Phone number carrier information.
- Any other available owner contact information such as other phone numbers and email addresses.
- The phone number owner’s location history.
- Possible pictures of the owner.
- A list of associated social media accounts.
If you’d like even more, you can use the name to run a people search background check. With that check, you could discover, when available, the phone owner’s address history, employment history, any aliases they may have and even criminal records and traffic records.
Depending on how much you want to know, there are a number of North Carolina searches available. A free* search such as ReversePhoneLookup.com is an excellent place to start.
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