Does anyone knows how could I detect the exact location address through landline

Pasay, Philippines
September 25, 2010 1:34am CST
I want to send a demand letter to my former boss who fooled us even his partner needs his location address to send the demand letter. I've been trying to look forward on how to make it I even look at our yearbook but then he is not there but it has location addresses. Now I am thinking if how could I detect it through landline. I've already searched it in white pages or PLDT his number is not there. I even know his plate number but of course I don't have any connections with anyone from the LTO.
6 responses
@eileenleyva (10964)
• Philippines
26 Sep 10
Dial 187 and if you explain well your dilemma, the operator will give you an address.
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• Pasay, Philippines
26 Sep 10
Thanks very much I hope they could help me. By the way is that PLDT? I hope their number is that too.
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@eileenleyva (10964)
• Philippines
26 Sep 10
That's PLDT and the inquiry is not free.
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• Pasay, Philippines
27 Sep 10
oh well how much is that if that is the case?
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@TheAdvocate (2395)
• Philippines
26 Sep 10
Anybody can make a request with the LTO as long as you have the plate number. All you have to do is go to LTO and make a written request. That is public information and as such you have the right to know. Unless of course the car is not registered in his name, then that should solve your problem. By the way, how come you do not know where his office is if you worked for him?
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• Pasay, Philippines
26 Sep 10
The office is already closed that is another problem, the only thing I have to do now is to search his residence so that they could send the letter of subpoena for summon. But my first plan is to send him a demand letter first as what NLRC said, just to focus on it.
• Philippines
27 Sep 10
Metatronik, why dont you try ask the building admin about the new location of your elusive boss? If he doesnt know, just befriend him and make up some alibi and then ask him if he can provide you the resident address.
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• Pasay, Philippines
27 Sep 10
The demand letter was already returned to me and the thing written there was "MOVED OUT" This was actually my idea before that I even told my boyfriend about it. To have a sales talk to someone on the landline then get his location address. For example I am from Cathay Pacific then I want to send him some promo package. Well I told my boyfriend about it but then he told me it is hard to try.
@chiyosan (29383)
• Philippines
27 Sep 10
it would be easy. you just have to know someone from the land line provider. but of course, are you sure that he has not changed his number yet? you won't find him in directories because he could probably have had his number not listed... but if you know from inside his phone provider, you can find his address. other options of finding this person is through his friends in facebook... see if you can find him there and check out what he is up to in this online site... you could have common friends and with this, it would even be easier to get his contact address / contact number!
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• Pasay, Philippines
27 Sep 10
It is hard to ask his friends on his facebook of course I don't know them. And some of them that we are mutual does not have his residence address as well I mean the other one asked me his residence as well then I have no idea. Of course I doubt it if others would give me just like that since we are connected to each other in facebook and will wonder how come I need it. I know his contact number even his plate number his address is the only problem here. When I tried to send the demand letter to our previous office then it was returned to me then labeled as MOVED OUT.
@diogz22 (516)
• Philippines
26 Sep 10
If that is a PLDT landline you can track the address. You may have to call or go to a PLDT office and verify if there is a subscriber with such phone number. By the way you can know the area or city of a certain number by the first three digits of the telephone number. But the exact address will be difficult to track not unless you have talked to PLDT customer service. In the case of the LTO you don't need to have connections to verify an address. You can just go there and verify the registration of the plate number chances are you may be able to get the address. However since your case is a clear fraud you can file a case against you former boss. You can file a case in dole for the labor dispute regarding your salary and sometimes they will be the one who will track the address for you. I hope this helps.
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• Pasay, Philippines
26 Sep 10
I think the next thing to do is to call the PLDT to verify it since I've already searched the number in directory and yet it is not existing unless if registered with other people. I hope the LTO could help me regarding that maybe I have to call them first to verify it as well. I've already talked to the office of jurisdiction which the dole referred to me, they are under the dole as well. They told me that my case is not winnable unless if I could find his location address for them to send a subpoena.
@greenpeas (999)
• Philippines
25 Sep 10
I think it is better you consult with a lawyer as it looks like your former boss could be criminally liable. He/she will be better off advising you what to do regarding crucial matters like this.
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• Pasay, Philippines
26 Sep 10
I've consulted already the office of jurisdiction and they told me the result is really negative but if I only have his residence address they will send a letter of subpoena for summon.
@kiddrow (32)
• Canada
25 Sep 10
you need to have deep search spent lot of money and time same also ask personally to person whom he know here you cannot track just only by landline
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• Pasay, Philippines
25 Sep 10
I am willing to spent my time but money I doubt it. Yeah it is really hard to track the person through its landline.