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How CheckThem Can Help You Find Your Old Friends

It happens to everyone. You’re close to a great friend for years. In fact, you’re almost inseparable after seeing her every day at school or work or catching up with him every weekend. Even the best friendships can fade away, though, even if you don’t want them to. After all, life has a way of keeping you busy, from everyday things like going to work and raising a family to life-changing events like packing up and moving across the country.

Just because you’ve lost track of a close friend doesn’t mean you have to stay disconnected forever. Even if you haven’t talked in years or even decades, you can track down friends and rebuild that connection you once had. Find out how you can use CheckThem to find old friends online.

Start With a Name Search

When you use CheckThem to find friends, getting started couldn’t be easier. Unlike some other services, you don’t have to have a long list of personal information on hand before you even start looking up your old friend. After all, if you already knew your friend’s driver’s license number, you probably wouldn’t need to look her up in the first place.

Instead, looking for old friends can be as easy as searching for their names in the CheckThem Names Database. Just scroll through the alphabetical list of letters and find the one that her name starts with. Then browse the database to find the combination of her first and last name.

If you think you might have found a match, click through to learn more. If you clicked on a common name, you could see dozens or even hundreds of potential name matches, along with identifying characteristics like aliases, ages, locations, and relatives’ names. If a location, alias, or relative’s name doesn’t jump out at you to signal that you’ve found a match, try narrowing down your search further and filtering by state.

From there, you can even filter by city and age to make your search easier and finally track down the friend you want to find. If you find a match, click through to get the full report. If you haven’t tracked her down yet, don’t hesitate to try another name search or browse the Names Database again to find a match.

Look for an Address

Whether you’re searching for a childhood friend or a more recent acquaintance, some people’s addresses just stick in your brain. If you have tons of great memories of spending time at your friend’s house and you can still remember her address like the back of your hand, try looking her up via CheckThem’s Address Search tool.

Just type her address into the search bar and wait for a match to appear. If one does, you can click through to get more information about current and past owners, as well as contact information for your friend.

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Try a People Search

Of course, the Names Database and Address Search features aren’t the only ways to find old friends. You can also go straight to the CheckThem People Search tool and type in her first and last name. If you think you might know where she lives, select a state, too. If you aren’t sure where she lives now or if you want to check a wider radius just in case, simply leave the search open to all states.

Keep in mind that if your friend has a pretty uncommon name, you’ll probably get a short list of search results. If she has a relatively common name, though, you might get an overwhelmingly long list of search results. Either way, don’t sweat it. You can always redo your search or narrow down the results to find the person you’re looking for. The People Search tool will prompt you to enter a middle name, city, or age range to help filter your results even further, making it much easier to find your friend in a long list of potential matches.

What if you aren’t sure which name to search? Whether your friend has gone by nicknames in the past or she’s changed her name after a marriage or divorce, many people have had a few names over the course of their lives. When in doubt, search for your friend’s legal name, since this will increase the chances of pulling up legitimate information about her.

If your search doesn’t turn up any helpful information, there’s no harm in searching for nicknames or other possible last names, though. Using the People Search tool is free, so you can do as many searches as you want.

Get the Scoop

No matter which search tool you use, CheckThem has the power to produce a long list of information about your old friends. From basic contact information and social media profiles to address and phone records to arrest records and bankruptcy reports, you can learn a lot about what your friend has been up to since the two of you last spoke.

Once you click through to obtain the full background report from CheckThem, it’s up to you to decide how you want to proceed. If you do want to get in touch with your old friend, it couldn’t be easier to do so. In fact, you might even have a few options for getting in touch. For instance, if your People Search turned up a current phone number for your friend, go ahead and give him a call. If your search provided an active social media profile or an email address, send your friend a message through your preferred platform.

After all, if you’ve been wondering what happened to your old friend, he might have been thinking about you, too. You might even be able to pick up right where you left off and reconnect just like old times.

If you’ve been wondering how to find old friends, your long wait is finally over. Use the tools and databases from CheckThem to search for long-lost friends, find out what they’ve been up to since you last talked, and get their contact information so you can decide whether you want to rebuild your relationship.

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