Guide
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If you know not only the name, but the name and patronymic of the wanted person, contact address bureau of Odessa (street Sophia, d. 20).However, you will be able to provide this information only with the consent of Odessa.Make a statement, the information supplied and of themselves, and give his team targeted services, which, in turn, after searching for contact with the Department of Internal Affairs of the district where the person lives.The police will notify him about what you are looking for it, and there too it decides shown to you on the eye or not.
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Get the latest edition of the telephone directory of Odessa.If this person has a home phone, you will be able very soon to see him, pre-cal
l and make an appointment.
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Useful information may be contained on the site, providing people-finder services: Free (poisk.goon.ru) or paid (http://www.poisk.boxmail.biz).There are call centers and online services (www.09service.ru or http://newtel.org.ua).And filling out the form below to search page http://tapix.ru/odessa, you can learn not only the phone number, and home address.
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Visit social networking sites.Type in the search box the name of the country ("Ukraine"), the city ("Odessa") and the name of the person you are looking for.If he is not registered in any of them, try to find out from his fellow-citizens any information about it, or create a thematic group dedicated to finding this man.
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Visit sites like http://community.odessaglobe.com («Globe Odessa") or http://www.odessitclub.org («World Club of Odessa residents").Chat on the forum, create a new topic of the search for the person or supplement existing ad.In addition, the "World Club of Odessa residents" and a special service to search for people by name or phone number.Fill in the form and you can find even the number of his ICQ, of course, if he had any.
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Register «World of Golden Pages.All Odessa »(http://mercury.odessa.ua) and place the ad in section" Services "in the category of" I am. "And, of course, you can place ads on the search for the person and the "old-fashioned way" - in the print media (newspapers, magazines).