More Tips on How to Perform a (Nearly) Free People Search
Awhile ago, we published Tips on How to Perform a (Nearly) Free People Search. Thanks to some readers who wrote in, we have two new great resources to add to the people-searching list. If you’re trying to track someone down, check out these helpful (and nearly free) sites:
1. Zoominfo – Dubbed ‘The search engine for discovering people, companies, and relationships’, this site’s bread and butter is corporate HR; it’s an online headhunter that taps into web sites, press releases, electronic news services and SEC filings to deliver fresh, comprehensive information on over 33 million business professionals and 2 million companies across virtually every industry. The average Joe can however use their extensive (and free) summarization search engine to search for a long-lost pal. I found stuff I didn’t find using Google…
2. Zabasearch – ‘The #1 Free People Search and Public Information Search Engine’ has been criticized for being too intrusive. Its search is contained within the U.S. and if you want in-depth info (like a comprehensive background check) you have to pay a fee. But it gives you address and phone numbers, and even links out to maps, for free. It also scans YouTube, Business Listings, and lets you send a blind email message to your missing person.