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Don't Worry, Find A Lost Cell Phone Number

Don't worry any more about losing a cell phone number. Nowadays, it's easy to find that lost number without having to do anything crazy.

Remember that Seinfeld episode when Kramer lost Uma Therman's number? Well, back then that was a disaster, but these days you don't have to sweat it, you can look those lost phone numbers up in a jiffy. You might not be able to get Uma's cell phone number, but you can find someone's number with a name in a heartbeat. Maybe not Uma Therman's phone number, but you'll never worry about losing the phone number of that charming person you met last night.

Maybe you lost that business contact's card after the golf game, don't worry about it, the Internet has made it possible to simply look that person up. If other queries on Google, the yellowpages.com or the simple phone book fail, there is a quick and easy way to find those numbers: public records.

A slew of new services that use public record finders to glean phone numbers connected to a person's name sprung up recently. Deregulation and technology has made it possible for everyone to get the same type of investigative services that were once available only to police and private investigators.

Most public documents require a phone number, so using sophisticated search technology, an online public record lookup can find someones phone number through a current and government certified document.

Until the carriers provide a database of cell phone numbers, it's the closest thing to a cell phone phonebook you'll find.