NumLookup is built to minimize phone related abuse and spam. We are trying to create world's best cell phone directory that offers completely free reverse phone lookup. We were tired of getting harassed by people and not being able to find out who the real person was. So, we built numlookup to help us and to help you. Hopefully, with this tool, you'd be able to look up phone numbers you get calls from or simply if you want to check if the name you know, of the person who just gave you his phone number, is correct or not. Hopefully you will find this useful. With any technology, there are always people who misuse it. If you think your name should not be displayed by numlookup, please use our opt-out tool mentioned below. We strongly believe in people's right to privacy and we, by no means, want to disclose your phone number if you do not want us to. Keep in mind that we are a TINY venture with minimal revenues. Please bear with us if we do not respond to your e-mails immediately.
Phone Number Removal - Opt Out
We gather information from publicly available sources. If you see your information on our site, it essentially means that your phone number/name information is already publicly available. If you have provided your name or phone number to any of the numerous apps such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat or any other social media sites, chances are that your information is out there. Having said that, we let you remove your listing using the following link: Information Opt Out.
Receiving unwanted calls from numlookup.com?
If you are receiving unwanted texts or calls from numlookup.com, please use the following tool to block YOUR phone number. Doing so will block your phone number from receiving any further calls or texts from numlookup web app: Block my number from receiving any texts or calls.
Information for Law Enforcement Officials:
We disclose account records solely in accordance with our terms of service and applicable law, including the federal Stored Communications Act ("SCA"), 18 U.S.C. Sections 2701-2712. Under US law:
A valid subpoena issued in connection with an official criminal investigation is required to compel the disclosure of basic subscriber records (defined in 18 U.S.C. Section 2703(c)(2)), which may include: name, length of service, email address(es), and a recent IP address(es), if available.
A court order issued under 18 U.S.C. Section 2703(d) is required to compel the disclosure of certain records or other information pertaining to the account, not including contents of communications, which may include message headers and IP addresses, in addition to the basic subscriber records identified above.
A search warrant issued under the procedures described in the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure or equivalent state warrant procedures upon a showing of probable cause is required to compel the disclosure of the stored contents of any account, which may include calls history.
In responding to a matter involving imminent harm to a child or risk of death or serious physical injury to any person and requiring disclosure of information without delay, a law enforcement official may submit a request through our email email@example.com. Important note: We will not review or respond to messages sent to this email address by non-law enforcement officials. Users aware of an emergency situation should immediately and directly contact local law enforcement officials.
Form of Requests
We will be unable to process overly broad or vague requests. All requests must identify requested records with particularity and include the following:
The name of the issuing authority, badge/ID number of responsible agent, email address from a law-enforcement domain, and direct contact phone number.
Please submit all requests to email: firstname.lastname@example.org