Do you have a cousin that you haven’t seen for years and would like to know where to reach him? Maybe you would like to start stalking your favorite celebrity? Then go to Zabasearch, considered google on steroids, this site provides you with a free and easy to use search bar, where you can type anybody’s name, that is, anybody that lives in the United States, and their address and phone numbers will appear.
Zabasearch.com has stirred up a controversy by offering for free what you used to have to pay for.It is a simple and organized search network that can help you find anybody you are looking for in the US, providing you with their home and phone information for FREE.
How does Zabasearch work?
- Go to the home page. Type in your name or someone else’s name. This service is limited to the United States at this time. You can narrow down your search more quickly if you know the first and last name and state of the person you’re looking for.
- Your search results will pop up next, with the person’s name, address,birth date, and phone number if found. You have the option to do a background check (this takes $$$) or do a specialized Zabasearch on that particular name, which actually doesen’t do anything but scoop up all the names that relate to your query.
- Click on any name that comes up in your original search results.You’ll be directed to a screen where you can search for images of that person from Yahoo Search, Yahoo Image Search, Highbeam Research, Dogpile, Lycos, A9, AltaVista, and AltaVista Image Search.
- Click on any address that comes up in your search results. You’ll be taken to a page that gives you the zip code, a Mapquest overlay map of the area, current weather and a five day forecast from the Weather Channel.
* Search by name, address or phone number.
* Narrow searches to a particular City, State, Birth Year and Middle name.
* Check out public messages left on your name.
* Set email alerts when someone searches for you on ZabaSearch
* Other: telephone area code and ZIP code lookup, IP addres look up and FedEx package tracking.
If you’re wondering if this is all legal, there is a complete discussion about it on FindLaw.com. In a nutshell, yes, it’s legal.
If you really want to try and get your information removed from ZabaSearch you can supposedly send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org asking to be removed.