(fill in the form and print it out for a record of
- You can use this table
see if the telemarketer is already known.
- Fort Bend County Assumed Name
look up. (Enter date range and business name in grantee last name)
- Texas Plumber, Air Conditioning, etc. License
on Private Security Alarm sellers and installers: Company
- Check on the tax-exempt status of a company with the IRS.
Sometimes it takes a little luck to track down a telemarketer.
all of the above should help but you may find them in one database and
not another. It will take some time and patience. See the example below.
- I received this prerecorded telephone solicitation with a
name in the message of B&B Pressure Washing. This company did not
exist in the assumed names database.
- There was a telephone number within the message. I called that
number and got a first name (Robert).
- At this point all I had was the caller ID number/name
and the first name I got in my call to the company.
- I looked up the caller ID number and determined it originated
the Seabrook, Texas area.
- The name on caller ID (Tracy Holloway) turned up a company
TRK Wholesale Express in the assumed name database. The address for
this company was also in Seabrook, Texas.
- I looked up marriage records and was able to tie the first name
from my call to the company and the name on caller ID together. Tracy
Holloway had married Robert Koetting hence the TRK (Tracey Renee
Koetting) Wholesale Express.
- Voters registration database confirmed the Seabrook address as
This took me about a half hour to do. Not all of them are this easy. In
some cases it has taken several weeks for a call back from the
telemarketer or getting subpoenaed information from the phone company.
Last update 09/23/08