Cell Phone Numbers and the SearchBug Day Pass

Use a cell phone reverse lookupWe recently received a complaint from a customer who purchased a day pass because he was looking for names from cell phone numbers. This is typically called a cell phone number reverse lookup.

First a little background on our day pass. It’s actually not just for the day, you get the rest of the day you purchase it, plus the full next day until midnight. So, you actually get more than 24 hours. Want to know a secret to get the most time? If you purchase a pass M – F in the morning and it is activated before noon the same day, you would receive 36 hours or more of searches. If for some reason your account is not activated upon purchase, something in your profile triggered our security system and you account is under review. This means someone from our support team will call you the very next business day to discuss your account, get a verbal verification before your account can be activated.
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Here’s why you shouldn’t put your baby photos online

With all the changes to privacy policies all around the web, it’s difficult to keep up. I mean, how many of us actually read, let alone understand, all of the legal language built into terms of use. Some sites like Searchbug try and keep it simple with plain English (we actually want people to read it), but as many sites grow and get venture funding, the lawyers start looking at the Terms of use to ensure all liability is mitigated and that the rights of use favor the website shareholders.

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Celebrate May 2014 Holiday with SearchBug Specials

SearchBug celebrates May Day, Cinco De Mayo, National Teacher Day, Mothers Day, Armed Forces Day and Memorial Day and Many others this May 2014.

Save up to $50 on annual or $5.00 on monthly subscription prices
Activate your subscription in May and lock in that price for as long as you remain an active subscriber.

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How Do Use Your Customer’s Phone Numbers?

Mike owns a company that sell widgets over the telephone to consumers and small businesses.

Mike’s company acquires phone numbers from public records and other marketing sources. Mike checks the numbers to make sure they are not on the do not call list. Unfortunately, he doesn’t check to see if any numbers are cell phones.

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