Author Archives: Reverse James

Reverse Australia changing ownership

Reverse Australia has been sold to the highest bidder. We expect he transition period to take about 2-3 months. Please expect great changes from the new owner. I (James Campbell) will be no longer associated with the running of the … Continue reading

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Legal Aid NSW waste of tax payer money

As many of you are aware, we deal with removal requests following a very simple process outlined on our contact page. All we asked is for an email from a personally identifiable email address and we’ll do the rest. So … Continue reading

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Telstra and your privacy

Recently we’ve seen an increase in cases where Telstra/Sensis has been listing it’s silent line numbers in the White Pages. Telstra is attempting to shift blame for their mistake to 3rd parties. If Telstra has incorrectly listed your information, we … Continue reading

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Australian Residential Database February 2015 Update

We have just finished a major residential database update for February 2015, bringing our last update of the year. As always, this also represents a significant update to existing numbers. Here is what the latest update brings: 64,534 new phone numbers … Continue reading

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3 year old Google Play app suspended for updating interface?

Update: Google has reversed their decision, however provided no explanation or apology for the original suspension. The suspension also led to forced removal of the app from over a thousand phones and over a month setback on development time. Our … Continue reading

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Australia Residential Database October 2014 Update

We have just finished a major residential database update for October 2014, bringing our last update of the year. As always, this also represents a significant update to existing numbers. Here is what the latest update brings: 56,442 new phone numbers … Continue reading

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Australia Residential Database July 2014 Update

We have just finished a major residential database update for July 2014, bringing our last update of the year. As always, this also represents a significant update to existing numbers. Here is what the latest update brings: 113,280 new phone numbers … Continue reading

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Australia’s Largest Skip Tracing Database

  For those in the skip tracing industry, database access can be the difference between a locate and a skip. A good database has a strong focus on both identifiable and contactable records. Full names, address, dates of birth, email … Continue reading

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Australia Residential Database April and February 2014 Update

We have just finished a major residential database update for February 2014, and a minor residential update for April 2014, bringing our last update of the year. As always, this also represents a significant update to existing numbers. Here is … Continue reading

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Australia Residential Database October 2013 Update

We are currently in the middle of a major residential database update for October 2013, bringing our last update of the year. As always, this also represents a significant update to existing numbers. Here is what the latest update brings: … Continue reading

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