As Much Privacy As You Can Afford

There is a service that will provide the current location of any cell phone for $95.00.  You give Best411 the phone number you seek and $95 and then they will tell you where that cell phone is located between the hours of 9am and 5pm.  How is this possible?  Best411 claims, “we are a state-licensed private investigative agency and, as such, have access to many data bases that the general public is not permitted to access.”  Possible yes, but does this explain the deal or the legality or process?  Why does it cost so much and if I paid $100 could I prevent Best411 from tracking me?

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