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Overview

Skip-tracing services involve using a variety of information resources to locate people who don't want to be found, or to find people who have a stake or a role in a legal proceeding such as a lawsuit or an estate settlement.

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Income tax returns. ... Bank account statements. ... Loan applications. ... Credit card statements. ... Business records. ... Public records.
Legal professionals, private investigators, and law enforcement agents can use skip tracing to find individuals that may be involved in or have important information about a specific case, as well as bounty hunters looking for people who have jumped bail
Yes, skip tracing in the U.S. is legal to practice as long as you're not breaking the law to retrieve the information you're looking for. Examples of illegal ways to skip trace are obtaining information or accessing private documentation without consent.
You need excellent computer skills, since skip tracing often involves using the Internet, databases and other electronic resources to track down people. You also need to possess good communication skills, a sense of self-confidence, strong motivation to succeed and problem-solving abilities. A creative mind also helps.
Skip-tracing (also skip tracing, or debtor and fugitive recovery) is the process of locating a person's whereabouts. A skip tracer is someone who performs this task, which may be the person's primary occupation.
Skip tracing services involve using several information sources to find people who don't want to be located. You can use it to obtain current workplaces, addresses, identification numbers, telephone numbers, and so much more in minutes.
Skip tracing in real estate is the process of locating the owner of a property. Real estate investors use skip tracing to find good investment opportunities. You may have heard of skip tracing for tracking down a fugitive who skipped town or serving a subpoena.
Then, the skip-tracing begins to collect as much information about the subject as possible, using public resources such as: Credit Reports. Public Records Databases. Loan Applications. Criminal Background Checks. Job Applications. Courthouse Records. Utility Bills.
By definition, skip tracing is a process of finding and tracking down persons of interest, fact witnesses, and other individuals. Skip tracing often includes more than uncovering a simple location and contact data, like a phone number or email address.
Skip tracing is incredibly important to a wide variety of different industries. Legal professionals, private investigators, and law enforcement agents can use skip tracing to find individuals that may be involved in or have important information about a specific case, as well as bounty hunters looking for people who have jumped bail. People working in collections or repossession, like collection agencies, can also use skip tracing to find debtors, as well as real estate investors looking for potential home sellers.
Skip tracing is the process of tracking down people who are particularly hard to find, whether they're persons-of-interest, fact witnesses, debtors, or other individuals. This definition comes from an individual being difficult to find (aka, the “skip”) and the process of finding them (tracing), and skip tracing these individuals often requires more information than basic address and contact information.
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