✨ FREE secret methods to access personal and confidential info on people in and from Turkey, including pictures.
The majority of people in Turkey are 'online', volunteering their personal information to make purchases, to communicate (chat, forums) and to join websites and groups. People may be unaware that search engines find and record their information, making data about them subject to search by anyone in the world. Website owners might offer assurances about privacy but that doesn't prevent search robots from finding and indexing the information for public consumption.
The completely free Istanbul telephone directory of course would be the largest archive of phone numbers for Turks but there doesn't appear to be a searchable resource online for locating information. Searching 'Telephone Directory Turkey' only brings up websites alleging to provide telephone numbers but they are only click bait leading to 'directories' charging for business listings. Wikipedia mentions the country's calling code (90) and lists all the area codes - but no phone numbers (as expected).
Turktelekom.com.tr is the telephone service provider but even on that site there in only a search function for help.
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The owner of a website (jmmpi) hosts a webpage named people-search-turkey.htm with a header of 'People Search Turkey - Locate someone in Turkey' on which he alleges that finding someone in Turkey is "difficult... without local contacts':
"...investigations of any kind in Turkey are not easy due to the local circumstances. Also the political conditions complicate the search for the address of a person."
Nonsense. People commonly speak English in TR and of the population of about eighty-two million, sixty-two million are on the Internet, offering personal information about people and/or exposed by agencies in the business of maintaining public records on people, so language is not an issue and with 65.6% of Turks 'online', finding someone in Turkey is a whole lot easier than finding someone in Afghanistan.
Clearly the purpose of the claim is to discourage Internet users from trying to people-search Turks online and paying for a private detective but interestingly, following the link to 'private investigators' leads to a page promoting gumshoes in Germany.
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