How to Find People With a Postcode Search

by Jess Jones
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A postcode is the United Kingdom's equivalent to the United States' ZIP codes. The ZIP code allows the postal service to quickly sort and deliver mail. If a postcode is not placed on a piece of mail, it may prolong the delivery because it must be manually sorted. You can easily use a postcode to find people if you know where to begin. Experian provides a service for the U.K. on its website which allows individuals to search for people by postcode and address.

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Log on to the Internet from your computer.

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Go to the U.K.'s Experian website from the following URL: http://www.qas.co.uk/products/demonstrations/pro-web-demo.htm

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Type in the address or postcode of the person you are trying to find in the middle of the page where a space is provided. Click the gray “find address” button below the postcode you have entered. A new page will load.

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Click the gray “request more information” button which appears below the postcode you have entered. A new page will load.

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Enter your name, the address and postcode you are searching for and your email in the spaces provided, so the information you have requested can be sent to you. Click the gray “find address” button below the postcode you have entered once again. Click the gray “submit details” button at the bottom center of the page. A new page will load.

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Enter your telephone number if you wish to be called by Experian. This is optional. Click the gray “submit details” button.

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About the Author

Jess Jones has been a freelance writer since 2005. She has been a featured contributing writer for "Curve Magazine" and she teaches English composition at a small college in Ann Arbor, Michigan. She received her Master of Arts in English language and literature in 2002.

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