Prior to the internet, if someone wanted to find the address of an acquaintance they would either search for it in their local phonebook or pay telephone directory assistance to find it. Doing this was fairly straight forward and very rarely did people object to this information being made available. The internet has provided a new medium for directories.
Mailing addresses can now be found online and at half the time with which they were once uncovered. Unlike many local phonebooks, internet directories often span the entire country and contain information on millions of people. Perhaps it is the quantity of records, perhaps the speed, but one thing is for sure: the tolerance for information about one’s self online was much higher when searchers used old paper phonebooks and telephoned for directory assistance.
When a name and state are searched on AddressSearch.com we will search our database for possible email address matches as well as a mailing address which can be used to help make sure the correct person is emailed. Our goal is to assist people find whom they are searching not irritate or frighten anyone by making information available online so when records are displayed we will always hide the house number in the mailing address. We also do not disclose the email address, rather we will allow the searcher to send an email from our site and we will deliver it to the email address.
This site is designed to hopefully take all the effort out of this search by aggregating all the information for you into a targeted database.