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Thread: Is there a way to obtain someone's address without contacting that person?

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    Sometimes it would be fun to surprise someone with a card or something.

    But how to do that without asking that person for his/her name and address?

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    not that I know of

    Quote Originally Posted by bearisgray
    Sometimes it would be fun to surprise someone with a card or something.

    But how to do that without asking that person for his/her name and address?

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    Well, if you can find someone who they are friends with here, you may be able to get their address from them...

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    probably if you were a world class stalker...or a teen-aged boy who can hack a computer, it would be easy-peasy.... for the rest of us mere mortals? Not so much...

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    You might try asking Shadow. I don't think she will give out addresses but if you participated in the Christmas she has your address.

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    I have had the same thought but haven't figured out a way. I usually have to ask which ruins the surprise. :thumbdown:

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    I agree. I am always PM'ing to get snail mail addresses and you know they have to suspect something.LOL. We'll hve to figure out something. BTW, anyone can ask me for mine and I will forget it as soon as I send it. LOl

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    You can to yellow book on line. I think there are other places just google- How to fine address. I do think they charge. So maybe a friend would be better.

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    A family friend from Ca. used bing. com to find my DM here in Ky. If you know first and last name it might work. I haven't tried it.

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    If you know their city, 411.com might be able to find them. That's one of the tools we learned in skip tracing when I was training to be a collector. (Didn't last as I guess I'm just too nice to be a collector)

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