The term “skip tracing” refers to finding missing persons. The term comes from the debt collection industry and refers to those who “skip out” on their debts by moving and not leaving a forwarding address. Today the term skip tracing has been adapted to mean finding a missing person, regardless of if they have skipped out on a debt.
We have access to thousands of databases nationwide with millions of names and addresses. These include driver records, consumer profiles, social security data, post office forwarding data, mailing lists, magazine subscriptions, voter records, utility records, reverse telephone directories, real property records, and a host of other public and proprietary databases. (Some states restrict access to certain databases.)
Skip tracing is an endeavor that requires tact and a sound search strategy. Our skip tracing investigators perform exhaustive and discreet investigations when uncovering the whereabouts of a missing person. All we need to know is the identity of your subject. Once we obtain that information, our skip tracing investigators will contact the last known friends and neighbors who are familiar with the subject. Each piece of information will be carefully analyzed and verified for accuracy.
Basic Report - $40
Per basic report including partial SSN, phone numbers, email addresses,birth date, address history,
and state drivers license
Comprehensive Report - $60
Per comprehensive report including all information from the basic report plus, full SSN,likely known associates and relatives (as well as their contact information)criminal history, assets (including cars, boats, and real estate), voter registration, utilities, drivers license info, marriage licenses, affiliations with corporate entities and employment records.
*We recommend this option over the Basic Report due to the fact that not all known addresses are accurate and having contact information for relatives and associates can greatly increase our chance of locating the individual for you
PO Box Break - $50
Physical address/Mail forwarding address for holders of a P.O Box
*Federal law dictates this information may only be furnished to process servers attempting to locate a defendant or party to a legal matter.
Must include-The docket or other identifying number,Court in which the case is to be heard and Names of all parties involved in the suit.
39 CFR Section 265.6(d)