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Reverse Image Search

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

Reverse Image Search

No one does a reverse image search like SocialCatfish.com and this is nothing like the standard Google image search like you may have read about. We use image meta data and facial recognition that we scan millions of social profiles including the biggest social networks like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and even sites like forums and other online networking sites using a roundup of image searches so, you get the most publicly available results in one place. This ensures that you get the best coverage and most accurate results when checking for the same, public images of people across the internet. This is perfect if you are trying to verify if someone you’ve met online is really them and if you’re a photographer or model and want to make sure no one is stealing your pictures without attribution or paying you. Submit images in the search bar. Image searches usually take just a few minutes to complete.

See what a sample Review Image Search looks like

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9 WAYS TO USE A REVERSE IMAGE SEARCH

Look up a persons photos in order to see if that’s really them in order to verify their identity.

Find out what websites a person has a profile on. This can include dating sites (like Match.com, Tinder, POF, eHarmony, Hinge, ChristianMingle.com and more), social networks (including sites like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter) and even public forums.

Photographers can upload their photos and see if anyone is stealing them. A professional photographer could recoup money this way.

Find loved ones, lost friends and old flames by searching for their images.

Look up rentals pictures to make sure that they’re not listed on other sites. This usually is what a scammer would do. They steal images and list them as their rental to take your deposit.

Find products that you’ve seen on the internet and would like to buy. If you see something on Pinterest like a product or recipe but it isn’t linked to a product page, you can find out where you can buy it from by just using the image.

Find duplicate content on your website or track marketing efforts (eg. infographics). If you have duplicate pages with images, you can see where else on those images are listed.

Find copyrighted images. If you have your own images that you sell. You can do an image search to see where else on the internet they are to make sure that you get your royalties.

Figure out celebrity names.

Track down artists. If you’ve found a piece of art that you really want, you can do a reverse image search to find out who the artist is.

NOTE: We have a strict no image searches policy on children.
RUN A SEARCH NOW If you're a business or photographer and want to monitor the usage of your images,
check out our site Berify.com to run a reverse image search

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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

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