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Chapter 25. Finding People > Finding the People-Finding Sites

Finding the People-Finding Sites

As with all types of search tools, every people-finder on the Web draws from a different database of names and contact information. Note that these tools don't find only people who have Internet accounts; they search public telephone directories, and thus can show you addresses and telephone numbers of people who don't even use the Internet.

In this chapter, you'll learn about people-finding methods and sites that are free on the Internet. There are a number of people finders that charge a fee. These can be useful for finding long-lost relatives or classmates, but they aren't necessarily better than the searching you do yourself. Do some research before paying for such a people-finding service.



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