While strangers may not be able to find you, your ISP knows where you are.
Like most ,if not all , I get spam, phishing and spoofing. On the whole, the answer to this question is a no. I require assistance. She only has texting and calling. I contacted BT and they wanted to charge me for them to help. I have a stalking problem, this person keeps making accounts and contacting me.
ISPs will generally go to great lengths to protect you and your privacy but they do keep logs of your connections. There is one big exception to being found. If you were to participate in illegal activities then a law enforcement agency can get a court order and submit it to your ISP to request your information.
This is one way you can be found.
In the end, the simple answer is no. If someone was to get your IP address they can not find you. There are other ways you can be located but this isn't one of them.
If you can find out the IPv4 or IPv6 address of an Internet user, you can get A person's name; The exact street address; A phone number; Their email address. You probably don't think too much about your IP address, but maybe it's time you did. Most people (and maybe you) know their IP address is an digital address.
Choose Email Header Analyzer. Paste the header information into the empty text box, then click the Analyze button.
The site will now search through the header and produce the general location of the server from whence it came. If you use an email provider other than Gmail then you can check out the instructions provided by WhatsMyIP on how to find the header. Select this.
In the black window that appears type tracert followed by the url of the website in question. For example tracert www.
Windows will run the search and then give you the IP address of the site in the last line of the report. Copy this and then go to IP Tracker and paste the address into the box at the bottom of the page.