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Username records come from thousands of public databases. Using InfoTracer's powerful search engine, you can perform a reverse username search linked to a user ID and find the person’s full name, current address, phone, social media accounts, dating profiles, online activity, or photos and public records. Our username reports will include when available:
InfoTracer's search tool can help you discover the person's identity behind a given username. Their contact information includes current or past locations, associated phone numbers, email addresses, other usernames, and user IDs (when available).
Uncover social media, web, online dating sites like Match.com or Plenty of Fish (POF) used by the username owner, plus registered usernames, user IDs, social media profile details, publicly-posted pictures, and videos, online activity, log data, hidden social media accounts, from social media sites, and more.
Access online activities such as related web accounts, listed and unlisted website registrations and memberships, a history of all instances when a specific username (Reddit, Minecraft, etc.) has ever been used in any cached internet activity, online profiles, forum mentions, and more.
Use our username lookup tool to view images and videos associated with the username, social media photos (Snapchat, Facebook, etc.), user-uploaded or shared videos, published or cached files and screenshots, profile pictures, posted image search history, web content, and much more.
Get to know their friends, groups, relatives, and associates, including their identities and contact information, addresses, as well as alternative user accounts and online activity, social media posts, and videos.
Discover linked usernames, user IDs, and other online accounts used by the username owner. Are they using multiple identities or accounts to use for scams? Know more details about their online activities, matching contact information, and records connected to the additional accounts.
Also known as a screen name, login name, account name, handle, or nickname, a username is a name that authenticates someone on a computer system. For instance, when multiple accounts are set up on a computer for each user, every account uses a different identifier called "username".
On the World Wide Web, through identity correlation, people choose usernames when logging in on certain membership websites to set up online accounts and personalize their settings.
As Ray Tomlinson sent an email to himself in 1971 counts as the first email in history, the first username ever used was the system username of the first internet users. A username is almost always associated with a password, forming a combination known as login credentials required for authenticating users who log into online accounts or websites. For cyber security reasons, a third requirement was recently added to this login credentials duo. It includes a physical or human biometric element, for instance, two-factor authentication. Most usernames can use numbers and letters but no spaces. The part before the "@" for email addresses is the username.
When looking up information about an individual or finding people online, running a reverse username search on InfoTracer means extracting a wealth of matching data related to that screen name from thousands of username databases, social networks, data breaches lists, and people databases available. You can also perform a regular name search for information using the same tool.
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You can trace a username or user ID to its owner by using our username lookup tool. We'll provide you with the username owner's complete identity and contact information, including any other related public records and data (when available). Complete reports on reverse usernames may include various information, including social and web owner's profiles, relatives, court records, and much more.
To lookup a username on Infotracer.com, all you must do is type the username into the search box and click/tap the search button to start your reverse username search. You'll see instant results, a summary report, and some details about what information we were able to find included with your monthly subscription fee.
To look up anybody's username or user ID to get a full reverse records report, go to Infotracer.com, fill out the username search field, and press search. That's it. You'll be able to see results and view available information instantly, right at your fingertips.
Open Snapchat and enter the username in the search field. If one is found that matches, you will be shown that person's profile. You can also look up a username using InfoTracer's powerful search engine.
A user ID is a unique identifier used to log into a website or online service. Typically, a user ID consists of your email address or a specific username that you created when you set up the account.
You may have dozens of usernames used on various websites. Each platform will dictate the process you must use to change your username. In some cases, you may not be able to change your username. Many websites require you to use your email address as your username. Consult the website/service for information about changing your username.
When you open a new account, you are often required to create a username. The company may dictate how you can create your username; they may also offer suggestions and criteria to use. Most often, you use your email address as your username. Always create usernames that you can remember easily and store them in a safe place.