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How do I find someone who doesn't want to be found?

Asked by celticagent (16 points ) July 24th, 2007

my ex has a tax refund, but she has left no forwarding address or phone number. I don't want to pay money to find her, so I am asking if there's a free way to find a person online (I've tried google and all the other people searches).

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fkt's avatar

Perhaps Facebook? You can find someone on there by name. It's unlikely but worth a shot.

Perchik's avatar

Well. If they don't want to be found, there's not much you can do.

gailcalled's avatar

Can you simply telephone her parents or other family member? This is good news so they might pass it on.

re_puter's avatar

If you would like someone found, contact us. We specialize in internet forensics, and offer persons discovery. If interested re-puter.com

clblackford's avatar

this is making me crazy – been looking for son for 3 years – have tried every web site known – can’t afford private detective – don’t know if he is homeless – hungry – or happy. just need to know -

jimmy4343's avatar

I’m trying to find my relative and I only have the landline number. her husbands name. All other info. about her is unlisted or not available. I’ve tried all internet sites but they just took my money. Is there any way I could get her address and other info.? Will a private detective be successful and how could they be if I couldn’t get anything off the internet sites? Last question, how much would it be reasonable for a private detective to charge me? Thanks for any help!!!!

justice429's avatar

This is a people finder you should be able to find them with this
http://fetchqueen.com
If not with Fetch use Net Detective http://orders.hdpublishing.net/cgi-bin/shop.cgi?product=ND&affiliate=554062
And if this doesn’t find them use NationalRegistry https://www.nationalalertregistry.com/cgi-bin/checkout.cgi?product=NAR&affiliate=554062

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