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Friday, October 15, 2010

What Does Facebook Have to do With Cyber Stalkers?

Copyright (c) 2010 Ed Opperman

Over the past few years, Facebook has become THE popular place to be to stay in contact with all your family members and close friends. This is a social networking website

that allows members to share what is on their mind, videos, pictures, and just about anything else they want to share with people that have been added to the friends list. Of course if the profile is set to public, then everyone that browses through Facebook can view what they have shared. Without even realizing it many individuals end up sharing information about themselves with people that only have intentions of harassment and sending threats to their inbox. Cyber stalkers intrude in peoples lives in any way they can, and it is not at all uncommon for them to send continuous threats to people on this social networking site.

Many people become completely frantic when unwanted visitors continuously send them threatening emails, and they are generally also frightened because they do not know what to do in this type of situation. One of the best things to do if cyber stalkers begin bothering you, is to save all of the emails and information that you receive, and then consult with a professional that knows how to perform a reverse email look-up. Not only does this provide victims of stalking with the name of the guilty party, but you can also acquire vital information like the telephone number, the address, information about employment, ISP, and several other pieces of helpful information that can help you put an end to this type of scary situation.

Regardless if cyber stalkers have an AOL email address, hotmail, yahoo, ymail, gmail, or other type of email address, experts can quickly and easily obtain needed information that can be taken to the authorities as evidence of the crime of stalking that has been committed. Some cases are easier than others and individuals receive a detailed report of the reverse email look-up procedure in as little as 24 hours. Other cases take a little longer to complete and can take as long as 14 days before the data is retrieved.

Most of the cyber stalkers that are roaming around on the Internet looking for innocent victims are not even aware that there is such a thing as a reverse email look-up, and it is the very type of service that can stop them right in their tracks and reveal their identity.

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