It is not unusual to see those types of results for popular searches but keep that number handy when we get to the results of the test. One by one, I went through each of the first 50 listings returned by Google. Using a spreadsheet to track the outcome of each listing, I also made note of each URL, whether or not the title appeared to Promise, Question or Deny the existence of a free mobile phone number search, and whether the end result of chasing clicks through mobile phone number listeach website resulted in a Free or Fee based program. Some time, some coffee and one laptop crash later, I completed the review.
The final numbers: 33 listings (66%) promised through their text to lead to a free mobile search or reverse cell mobile phone number list look up 13 listings (22%) addressed the questionable nature of these directories 4 listings (8%) denied these free mobile phone number listreverse directories existed The remaining sites had either been deleted or experienced a server problem. A rate of 66% of the sites mobile phone number list promising a free mobile phone number search looked good, until I further analyzed those results: 73% of the sites that promised a free reverse cell phone look up actually ended at a directory that required a fee.
True, the service would give free information about the general city in which the cell mobile phone number list number originated but anything more mobile phone number listthan that had to be purchased. 18% of the sites that promised a free reverse cell phone look up led to a website error, a membership site, or unrated freeware. Just a fraction, 9%, offered any serious idea of obtaining a free mobile search and in every one of those outcomes the tool of choice was mobile phone number list to use internet search engines like Google. I know exactly why you cannot get a free mobile phone number search.