Do we have a UK version of Spokeo? I need to locate … 2023
192.com: A Fast People Search for the UK The UK doesn’t have versions of public “people finder” websites like Been Verified or Spokeo. The closest resource available would be www.192.com, which launched in 1997 and contains over 750 million UK residential and business records.
We don’t have a spokeswoman in the UK that I know of. But many search engines could help.
Most, if not all, require a location, so you may need that, too, to handle it. They also need to have a telephone line in their name.
I suggest using social media websites and services to see if you can narrow the search down to pictures.
I hope they have a unique name because it may take some time and luck.
We don’t. However, a range of search engines are available that do the same. What information you get depends on who you’re looking for and for what reason. If it’s that urgent and important, I’d recommend a private investigator, as they have access to far more systems than the layperson and don’t charge the earth for these services.
Unless this person has a seriously unusual name, you will need more information than a name. Location and approximate age might help but you will probably have to pay an investigator to do the digging UK version of Spokeo
What does Spokeo show?
Spokeo is a people search service that organizes information about people into simple and comprehensive online profiles accessible to consumers, businesses, and non-profits.
Spokeo enables you to search for anyone by name, phone number, address, email, or username. This information can help you to reconnect with lost friends and family members, learn about celebrities and other famous people and discover an online footprint.
Spoke organized data from various sources, including public record data, surveys, and social data (that has not been deemed private). Spokeo makes this information more easily accessible for people to research themselves or others.
Why has the UK retained the monarchy?
We tried life without a monarch in the mid-1600s and didn’t like it, so we got ourselves a monarch again. We’re better with one than without.
We did a video chat. Is he a real person from Nigeria?
Does it mean he is not scamming or still scamming?
It could be either I have been with two guys from Nigeria. The first one started by trying to scam me by being a service guy. I called him out on it (in a nice way). We were together for 11 months. He told me he quit scamming, but I knew better. I had confessions that would put him in jail. That’s what I’m trying to do!!
They do have videos that they use for scamming, and when you get on there, they act like they have a bad connection! Tell him when you’re video chatting to hold up so many fingers… After 2 months, the second guy showed me where he got approved to go to the University of Benin and needed 360,000 arias. I could tell you the paper was fake, and I told him no on the money. I didn’t hear from him again.
Young Nigerians are starting to come out as themselves to give you sad stories to get your money! They will even introduce their families to you.
Is Charmdate.com a scam?
According to the company, Charmdate is
Charmdate is a premium international online dating site connecting single Russian and Ukrainian brides seeking serious relationships with men worldwide.
At CharmDate, the women’s database is packed with various verified and active, up-to-date profiles.
According to the users and online reviews:
Here is the big problem I have with the site. Who is real, and who is fake? Some are really, yes. Are most fake and just making money? Yes. So, the big question is how to determine the real from the fake.
I communicated with a few women to try and figure this out. I did not chat; I let the letters come to me first after just over a month on the site; There were over 500 letters in my box.
It is enough to make your head spin. I took the first 300 and went through the pictures first. There were many duplicate letters from the same lady.
These were all the same, word for word, no differences. I would take these as fake or scam individuals. I did find a few from the same person, and the letters were completely different.
Read the full Charmdate review here:
Does the UK need France more than France needs the UK?
The UK and France have a complicated relationship. Same population. Same GDP. Same GDP per head. Similar-sized militaries. But that’s where the similarities end.
One speaks the global lingua franca. The other is obsessed with the purity of its language.
One has an innate superiority complex. The other is beset with a sense of threat, inferiority, and malaise.
One doesn’t take itself too seriously. The other takes itself altogether too seriously.
One is a bottom-up society, where society is what people make it. The other is a top-down society, where society’s job is to be what intellectuals have designed it to be.
One owes its freedom to the other and is furious about it.
Honestly, they are like siblings. So alike in some respects, so different in others.
One likes to think the other needs it. The other doesn’t care.
The less it seems to care, the more furious it becomes.
Edit: as most recognise, there’s an element of tongue in cheek here, so don’t take it too seriously
Could the USA occupy the UK?
Not. Before any of my American brothers get up in arms and think this is me about to slag off the world’s largest and mightiest military regime, allow me to explain.
Modern weaponry is the ultimate force multiplier.
I am a Royal Marine Commando, earned my Green Beret, and served in Iraq twice and Afghanistan twice.
The American military is a disciplined and, most importantly, well-funded professional military force, but the occupation has become hazardous since the invention of extremely effective sniper rifles, sophisticated IEDs, mines, and artillery.
We had a rough time in Iraq and Afghanistan because we were occupied. Occupying, by definition, means not slaughtering the nation and attempting to keep things ticking over.
The USA could nuke, JDAM, and bulldoze the UK into oblivion, but they couldn’t occupy it.
If I were in charge of the British military and I knew an invasion was due, I would disband all of the militaries and have them set up and train the civilian populace as best they could at all points of the compass.
I would empty the armouries and military bases up and down the country and have the 65 million inhabitants swimming in guns, bombs, and ammo.
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Add in some PSYOPS (probably not necessary in the event of an unwarranted invasion), and almost everyone would be willing to do their duty and try and take out a convoy or fire a rocket at a FOB, plus half of the world would be sneakily equipping them as well.
I can’t see any Muslim countries or European nations not having even more anti-American sentiment. As a result, they would probably flock to help the rebels.
So the American military is great, but the occupation of a first-world and wealthy nation like the UK would ruin a military if it weren’t hell-bent on genocide.
It would make Afghanistan look like a cakewalk.
It took us 12 years to make a premature (as Musa Quala has just fallen back to the Taliban despite the fact we all bled to take it from them in the first place) withdrawal from Afghanistan; occupying a major European nation would be next to impossible and messy.
Plus, with stiff upper lip and all that, Brits make those Afghans look like a bunch of sissys!
Are those “free people search” sites scams to get your information?
Most of the time, they are scams to get your credit card information. Your money.
A big giveaway is when you search, and it starts counting down from 90 seconds while it searches.
Searching doesn’t take that long. Haven’t for decades.
That delay is psychological marketing to make it easier to get money from you.
How do I get many phone numbers that I can use to verify accounts?
Buy many sim cards
Or you can use the phone numbers of friends, family, etc.
Would it be rude to my parents to change my legal first name to my nickname?
If you are of legal adult age, you may have the right to pay a fee and file a petition in your jurisdiction to change your name, so long as the court believes, upon submission of paperwork and your testimony, that you are not doing so to commit fraud or evade legal process (this is under Massachusetts law).
You can also try it out informally to see if it works. You can use your nickname as your first name in any social situation. You can ask your friends, employer, teachers, and family members to address you by nickname.
My friend’s daughter legally changed her first name to something completely different—she had always felt this reflected who she was. Her parents may not have understood the need’s strength, but they had to adjust, and they did.
Another friend’s daughter came out as a young man and adopted a beautiful first name for herself.
When my daughter got married, I expected she would retain her given last name personally and professionally because she was an attorney, self-sufficient, and independent.
I was shocked for about a minute because of my life experience in the women’s liberation movement. I assumed my daughter had the same mentality because she followed in my footsteps as a lawyer.
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I don’t know your parents, but they may be able to support you in your path forward if you have been a responsible young person. You can discuss—hopefully, it won’t devolve into an argument—this very important decision.
As for me, I was given an androgynous name and had always longed for a more feminine one as a teen. But now that I’m a grown-up, I’ve also grown into my original name. Sometimes just for fun, I’ll introduce myself as Nadine, explaining that I’ve been using my middle name for a while. It’s just a whim.
You can see from this answer that you have many choices.
What urgent things need to be changed in the UK?
- Nappies for babies.
- The tablecloths on tables in any restaurant that RFBUKS (Really Fat Bastards UK Society) has recently occupied.
- Bald tyres.
- The size of bags of spicy tomato-flavoured snaps
- Certain people’s socks.
- Foreign currencies when you’re skint, but you have a load of exotic holiday dosh in a drawer.
- Leaky cisterns.
- Blown light bulbs in windowless toilets.
- Cockaleekie soup. Change that for tomato, or even minestrone, as quickly as possible. But not ham and peas. Who thinks ham and peas go together on a plate, let alone soup? Madness.
- The CMOS battery in my old laptop. Meh. I might get around to it one day.
- The cat litter. Somehow, it’s always my job.
- And last but not least: the paint job where I work. We are a fecking technical division. We used to have white walls, like we ought to. And plain wooden doors. Now the walls in our bit are ghastly grey. One of them’s got a silhouette of a feckin’ tree on it. The doors are a darker grey. In the stairwell outside, no two bastard walls are the same colour. They’re all bleeding dDayglo I get a headache going up and down that twat. That wants changing.
- I blame the EU. Ursula, where’s der Whitegone?
Why does the United Kingdom want to leave the European Union?
On January 14, 1963, Charles de Gaulle, then President of the French Republic, was questioned about Britain’s application to join the common market.
Charles de Gaulle refused to accept the British entry into the Europe of Six.
Since Brexit, many have praised the vision of Charles de Gaulle, who had somehow prophesied everything that would happen and lead to this Brexit.
To the journalists present in the room, Charles de Gaulle indeed depicts a Great Britain that already wants to impose “its own conditions”:
“This undoubtedly poses for each of the six states and it poses for England problems of a very great dimension”.
According to Charles de Gaulle, the “insular” character of its neighbour across the Channel determines a “structure” that differs “profoundly from that of the continental ones”.
Charles de Gaulle adds:
“Great Britain is maritime. It is linked by its trade, its markets, its supplies to the most diverse, and often the most distant countries. Its activity is essentially industrial and commercial, and very little agricultural. In all its work, it has very marked and original habits and traditions”.
Concretely, Great Britain’s interests differ from those of the countries already present in the common market.
Great Britain will eventually be added to Europe, but these interest differences will have persisted. Great Britain will have refused the euro, for example. Great Britain will continue to impose its conditions and only partially invest in the European project.
Its exit is, therefore, not a surprise. Great Britain has always preferred to put its national interests ahead of an ambitious European project.
The European Union must move forward with those countries that want to make this European dream a reality. Great Britain is not one of them. Charles de Gaulle warned, and more than 50 years later, his prophecy has come true.
Why do all people that have been scammed not mention the names of their scammers so that others may avoid being scammed by the same scammers? Is it against the law or rules of this forum to expose their names?
Having been scammed, I will tell you, I do not know the REAL name of them. I know they are located in Port Harcourt, Nigeria. My scammer used a very famous person and impersonated him. Because this artist is very private, the scammer used that to scam money and gifts from me. I could not prove who he was. We need to find out who these people are. UK version of Spokeo
Can scammers post their real pictures online?
Some say they’re giving you their pics. But how do you know?
We know that most if not all, scammers use stolen photos. That’s been proven.
Scammers are criminals and professional liars. Why would you consider believing anything they said?
Report and block him everywhere. Stop all communication completely.
Is TruePeopleSearch legit? What are your reviews of TruePeople Search?
It depends on what you mean by “legit”.
It may have been a true free search service at some point in time, but now it redirects to spokeo.com. Seems like Spokeo has bought out (or quashed) all competition.
How do I cancel my verified account?
How Do I Cancel My BeenVerified Account
BeenVerified comes with various ways its users can go through the cancellation procedure. You can cancel your BeenVerified account online, through email, cancellation over the phone, or on iTunes. Each of these methods is described below in detail:
Cancel BeenVerified Membership Account Via Online
To solve your confusion on ‘how to cancel my BeenVerified subscription’ online, you can follow the below steps:
- Visit the official website of BeenVerified @Everyday Information – Check People, Phone Numbers, Vehicles & Addresses to cancel through any of your selected web browsers.
- Now, ‘Login into your account on BeenVerified.
- Then, open the Contact page of the company.
- Request the company to cancel your BeenVerified account.
- Provide the 9-digit membership ID; you will get it on your account dashboard.
You will be notified through an email from the company to your registered email ID when your BeenVerifief account gets successfully cancelled. UK version of Spokeo
Cancel Your BeenVerified Subscription Through An Email
To cancel your BeenVerified subscription via email, you need to compose an email requesting to cancel your BeenVerified subscription, including all your details on your name, full address, membership ID etc.
A confirmation email will be sent to you on your email ID when your BeenVerified subscription gets cancelled.
Cancel Your BeenVerified Account Via Phone:
It is usually seen that users prefer to cancel their membership over the phone. BeenVerified provides the customer care support number through which you can contact 1-888-579-5910.
Furnish your details to the agent on the membership ID of your account and request to cancel your BeenVerified subscription account.
You will receive a confirmation mail on completing your cancellation on the BeenVerified account on your registered email. UK version of Spokeo
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How can you find a person in the UK?
Finding Living People » United Kingdom Resources
- 192.com People Finder.
- 1st Locate Friends Reunited.
- British Phonebook.
- Dial192.com – United Kingdom Phone Book Reverse Phone Book.
- Find A Parent Or Child.
- Finder Monkey | Find People | Electoral Roll Search | Data Cleansing | People Finder.
How do I find someone’s address in the UK?
Use FindMyAddress to search for the official address, UPRN and location of every property in England, Scotland and Wales. The data is created and maintained by local authorities, collected and managed centrally by GeoPlace and published by Ordnance Survey as AddressBase. UK version of Spokeo
How do I find someone not on social media UK?
Simple methods anyone can use to track a person both online and offline
- Search social media platforms. In today’s modern society, many people live on social media. UK version of Spokeo
- Search through phone directories.
- Perform a Google Search.
- Visit their last known whereabouts.
- Contact their last known place of employment.