How to find a friend's address
How do you find a friend's address if he or she has moved away or you have lost touch? Sometimes it can be a difficult task, especially if you're trying to find your acquaintance again after a few years, during which he or she might have moved home a number of times.
You have quite a few options, and your best bet in the first instance is probably to pick the brains of mutual friends. But even if that produces results, it can take a good deal of time while people dig out their address books and get back to you.
You can also try Googling, or searching social networks like Facebook. This can be very effective, but not everyone is on a social network, and those who are often have their security settings turned up to such a high level that it can impossible to work out whether the individual profile you're looking at is really your friend or not. Moreover, social networks won't deliver address data right away – at best you'll get an email address, and you may be reduced to sending a message via the network itself, which the friend you're trying to find may not spot for weeks or months.
A far better way to find a friend’s address is to search one of the publicly available databases of personal and address information, of which the most notable and comprehensive is the Electoral Roll, which is available for public inspection in an edited form.
PeopleTraceOnline.co.uk offers a fast, cost-effective and reliable search function that offers you a very good chance of getting the address information you need in a very short space of time. So if you're trying to find a friend's address, try our service – the chances are we can help!
People Trace Online - Online resource for tracing names and addresses of UK citizens via the Electoral Register.