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How to find mobile number from name and address

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March 8, 2013 2:35:46 AM

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March 8, 2013 4:03:33 PM

There is no cell phone directory and if the person wants you to have their cell phone number then they will give it to you, we will not help you get somebodys cell phone number even if it was possible. Your best option is to do a Google search and see what comes up.
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August 16, 2014 12:12:14 AM

inzone said:
There is no cell phone directory and if the person wants you to have their cell phone number then they will give it to you, we will not help you get somebodys cell phone number even if it was possible. Your best option is to do a Google search and see what comes up.


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September 20, 2014 5:25:11 PM

Well that sure blows. Why even bother posting this question/thread just to tell people, "Sorry, not gonna help ya, wouldn't do it even if I could, why dontcha Google it, ya lazy,nosy dumbash....." seriously, Tom's Guide, what the hell???

Are you trying to be rude or piss people off or both???

This is how people who are NOT turds would do this:
When you look up the word "snadifulk" in the dictionary there is nothing there, nothing at all. There is no entry for "snadifulk" that says "We don't know what this word means and probably wouldn't tell you even if we did, try Googling it and also try being less of a loser." Why is there no entry for snadifulk? BECAUSE THERE'S NO SUCH WORD!! Why did Merriam-Webster and other dictionary people not put a snarky entry for snadifulk in their dictionaries? BECAUSE THEY ARE NOT JERKS WHO ENJOY BAITING PEOPLE WITH PROMISES OF INFORMATION THEY DON'T HAVE!!





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September 25, 2014 10:29:21 AM

Why are you necroing a thread that is over a year old?

First off, we "promised" nothing. We have pretty explicit rules regarding the posting of personal information, and that was why that information was redacted in the first place. Second, the user was trying to find out another person's phone number, probably against the other party's wishes. Why would we assist in such a blatant invasion of privacy? There was also not a single accusation of anybody being "lazy" or a "nosy dumbash". Those are all your words.
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