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How to find out a business owner's name from an address

Updated March 23, 2017

There can be several reasons for looking up a business owner's name from an address: You could be looking to send the boss a business proposal and you want to address him with his correct name. Or, you might have had some bad experience with this business and you want to report the owner to the law enforcement. A number of free reverse address lookup services are available on the Internet to help you perform this search.

Use the website, Addresses, to find out a business owner's name from an address (see References section). When the webpage opens, enter the address of the business along with city, state and postcode. Click the yellow "Address Lookup" button to get the results.

Use the website, Whitepages, to find out a business owner's name from an address (see References section). Enter the address into the fields given on the webpage and click the "Find" button to get the results.

Use the website, 411, to find out a business owner's name from an address (see References section). Enter the street address including the city, state and zip code of the business in the respective fields and click the "Find" button.

Things You'll Need

  • Computer with Internet connection
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About the Author

Riz Khan started writing professionally in 2005. He has written for IT blogs, such as AddictiveTips. He owns a blog where he shares information, tips and tricks relating to IT, PDAs and graphics software. Khan has a diploma in digital media arts from Seneca College. He is currently enrolled in a bachelor's program in computer information systems at Yorkville University.