About SocialCatfish

Find lost connections and verify if people are really who they say they are online

SocialCatfish.com helps you find people and verify information like images, email addresses, phone numbers and online profiles.

Find lost connections, see if people are who they say they are, check sales leads and verify people using even the smallest amount of information using our deep web searches that you won't get with a search engine like Google.

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What People are saying about us

Patricia Wolgat

Thank you so much for giving me this information. I have sent this info on to other site’s with her email address so this person can’t do this to anyone else. I would highly recommend SocialCatfish.com for anyone who questions any relationship that they are in.

Patricia Wolgat, Riverside, CA

With Social Catfish You Can

1.Verify

Verify people that you've met to make sure that they are who they say they are. Whether you've met someone online or are meeting someone that you have just met. We help you go into the situation with the information to give you peace of mind.

2.Locate

We help you locate lost connections. Using even the smallest pieces of information like an email, picture or even phone number, we can help you rekindle that relationship.

3.Find

By the use of our reverse search technology, we help you find out additional information about people like social information (social networks), jobs, pictures, aliases and much more.

4.Check

We help you lookup people to double-check information that they've given you. You want to know if an image is really from them, their email is attached to their name and what other social networks, they're on; we allow you to do all that with just one click.

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In the Press

Owner of Social Catfish Breaks Down Online Dating Scams February 4, 2021

En español | David McClellan was doing just fine professionally as an online marketing consultant in 2013 when he first saw the MTV reality show Catfish. The series features people who innocently develop relationships with others online, only to discover the person is a scammer.

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Last year, I found out someone was using my photos to catfish women. He stole dozens of my online photos – including selfies, family photos, baby photos, photos with my ex – and, pretending to be me, he would then approach women and spew a torrent of abuse at them. It took me months to track him down, and now I’m about to call him. I’m nervous, so much so that I have been putting it off for weeks.

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U.S. coronavirus fraud losses near $100 million as COVID scams double August 5, 2020

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - U.S. losses from coronavirus-related fraud and identity theft have reached nearly $100 million since the pandemic emerged in March, while complaints of COVID-19 scams have at least doubled in most states, a consumer protection group said on Tuesday. A report from the group, based on government data, highlighted the vast scope of a fast-growing criminal cottage industry - from phony stimulus-check offers to shopping scams and fake cures - preying on Americans already distressed by the pandemic and its economic fallout.

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