Mate Spotter Launches Its New and Easy-to-Use Website

Tempe, AZ -- (SBWire) -- 05/10/2013 --Mate Spotter, a website that offers an advanced people search platform, has just launched its brand new and easy-to-navigate website. The new site, which was founded by the creators of Reverse Australia, is completely free for people to use.

Rather than spend hours looking up a person on multiple websites—a task that is not only tedious but incredibly time consuming—Mate Spotter allows people to search multiple public sources for the information they are looking for. The website is not only easy and convenient to use; it also displays results extremely quickly on the person’s computer screen.

According to a recent blog about the new site, Mate Spotter searches a wide variety of sources, including AHPRA, Find Law, LinkedIn, QLD Fair Trading, Ryerson Index, VIC Business Licensing, and many more.

Whether someone is looking for an old friend from college, or wants to learn more about a potential employee, owner of a business or more, Mate Spotter is ready and able to help. Using the new site is incredibly easy; all that people have to do is type in the name of the person and, if possible, the state where he or she resides. Within seconds, dozens of results that link to the person’s name will be shown on the screen. Common variations of the person’s name will also be displayed—for example, a search for “Mary Jones” will bring up people named Jones whose first or middle name is Mary.

Anybody who would like to learn more about Mate Spotter is welcome to visit the new website at any time; there, they can try out the free site. The home page displays some of the most recent searches, as well which names have been searched the most frequently.

About Mate Spotter
Mate Spotter provides an advanced people search platform, which collects data from many different sources and compiles them into one complete report. Mate Spotter is completely free for people to use. For more information, please visit

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