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Run an Ohio reverse phone number lookup, and you could learn various details about whoever owns that phone number. The phone number’s owner’s location, owner’s name, carrier and other details when available, can be useful for a couple of different reasons.
Some people want to know this information so that they can determine who owns the phone number that keeps calling. They might suspect that a number is being used by a scammer, telemarketer or pollster, or they may want to know if a debt collector or wronged acquaintance is pestering them.
People also use a reverse phone number lookup to check whether a former business or individual still owns their old number. A business that’s no longer the owner of a number could have closed, and an individual who doesn’t have their old number could have moved. Of course, the business/individual will likely answer if the number is still registered to them.
Regardless of why you want this information, a reverse phone number lookup could yield many details about who owns and is likely using a number. If the phone number you’re curious about has an Ohio area code, running an Ohio reverse phone number lookup is likely the right place to start your inquiry.
What Are Common Ohio Area Codes?
Phone numbers are comprised of country codes, area codes and local numbers. You usually only dial/see the area code and local number when calling within the United States, as the country code is assumed.
The area code portion of the phone number is the three digits that come before the seven-digit local number. You normally dial 1 + area code + local number when calling out of your local area, and you can dial the full ten digits when calling locally too.
Each area code within the United States is assigned to a specific state, and most cover a particular territory within their respective state. While the area code isn’t a guarantee that the call is originating from the area code’s assigned territory, the code at least shows where a phone number was assigned.
Ohio has gained more area codes as the state’s population has grown. There are currently 13 area codes assigned to the state:
- 216: Covers Cleavland and some immediate suburbs
- 440: Covers Cleavland and some of Northeast Ohio
- 234 and 330: Covers Akron, Canton, Youngstown and Warren
- 514: Covers Cincinnati and some of Southwest Ohio
- 326 and 937: Covers Dayton, Springfield and much of Southwest Ohio
- 380 and 614: Covers Columbus and some immediate suburbs
- 220 and 740: Covers much of Central and Southeast Ohio
- 419 and 567: Covers Toledo, Sandusky, Ashland, and much of North Central Ohio
How Can I Lookup Someone’s Ohio Phone Number?
To look up an Ohio phone number, you can use a reverse phone number search. Searches generally require only the phone number (including the Ohio area code), and they may return available information quickly. On ReversePhoneLookup.com, the process is as follows:
- Enter the Ohio phone number
- Click to actually run the search
- Find available information associated with the phone number
If you remember the days of phone books, you can think of a reverse phone number lookup as a backward phone book. You check someone’s name in the yellow or white pages of a phone book, and find their number (if listed). With a reverse phone number lookup, you enter a phone number into a search, and typically receive the owner’s name or other details if that information is available.
Depending on what information is available, a reverse phone number search might return information that’s found on caller ID (but still useful if you don’t have that service). The search also might return more information than caller ID typically displays.
Are Reverse Phone Number Lookups Legal in Ohio?
Running a reverse phone number lookup is legal to do in Ohio, both for the lookup service and for the user.
A search with ReversePhoneLookup.com provides information that’s found through public records searches. A public records search can be done by anyone (including yourself), but a phone number lookup service is typically able to conduct searches of public records much quicker. It’d probably take you at least the better part of a day to find the information that’s provided. Getting the information in generally just a few minutes is preferable.
One caveat that users should be aware of is the limitation that relying on public records presents. If false information is entered into public records, a reverse phone lookup will generally display that located info. This can be an issue if a scammer registers phone numbers with false information in order to hide their identity.
Is There a Free Reverse Phone Number Lookup Service for Ohio Numbers?
You can find a free* reverse phone lookup service at ReversePhoneLookup.com. Enter a phone number at the top of the web page to get started.
ReversePhoneLookup.com powered by Intelius 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.
The information that you discover through this free* reverse phone lookup might be limited in some instances. If the information provided by this free* service is too limited, more information is often available through paid reverse phone lookup services. Paid services usually have more resources to search and collate public records with, and thus can often provide additional details.
What Information Could I Find From an Ohio Reverse Phone Number Lookup?
If you run a reverse phone number lookup for an Ohio number, you could discover an array of information about the landline or cell phone number. Some of the details that might be available with a paid Intelius reverse phone number lookup include the:
- Phone Number Owner’s location history
- Owner’s first, last and middle name
- Owner’s zip code and/or full address
- Owner’s other contact information
- Owner’s possible images and social media
- More details if available
Even more information may be found through a background check. Typically a background check can include, when available, criminal and traffic records, educational records, employment histories, possible schoolmates and family members.
If you want to know more about who owns an Ohio phone number, run a free reverse phone lookup on the number. You could discover some information, and can continue on with these other searches if they too would be helpful.
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