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Hired Gun
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skip-tracing services

what are the best skip-tracing services for finding people. I have used a few on the internet and they don't give the detail that i expected. For instance, they may give you ten addresses that a person has had, but there is no way to tell when those addresses were used, how current they are, etc. Also, does anyone know of a way to trace people by their utility accounts (i.e. they have an electricity account at _____ address). I usually have the SSN and DOB. thanks.


Remedy
Member since Feb 2011
21 posts

re: skip-tracing services
accurint.com along with credit reports are what the collections dept of my old employer used. Accurint also provides info about the physical assets owned by the deadbeats.


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Gekko
North Carolina Fan
Costa Rica
Member since Nov 2010
2246 posts

re: skip-tracing services
facebook.


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Cash
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Vail
Member since Feb 2005
33683 posts

re: skip-tracing services
I'd probably use the OT. Tell them he made jokes about Katrina.


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Athanatos
Vanderbilt Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Sep 2010
6670 posts

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Try Lexis. They have a people finder search engine. It sucks, but if they paid utilities in their name you might be able to find them. It lists duration of stay.

The DMV also releases data under certain circumstances. If you meet the criteria, you may try that.

Facebook is not a bad suggestion. People are dumb.


TheHiddenFlask
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The Welsh red light district
Member since Jul 2008
17348 posts

re: skip-tracing services
I have a couple of creepy arse ex gf's who could probably help you out.


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Athanatos
Vanderbilt Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Sep 2010
6670 posts

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Bump for progress report.


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TortiousTiger
Baton Rouge
Member since Jan 2007
12667 posts

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i've found people using Westlaw/Lexis by tracking their utilities.


Athanatos
Vanderbilt Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Sep 2010
6670 posts

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You don't find lexis and westlaw to be kind of spotty? I am curious to see what else people have.


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fatboydave
LSU Fan
Fat boy land
Member since Aug 2004
7470 posts

re: skip-tracing services
Accurint is good.


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SoggyNachos
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Dutchtown
Member since Mar 2008
128 posts

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Lexis Nexis and Accurint actually merged services. As some have mentioned, the info can be spotty at times, but also can be pretty reliable. If you have the capability of pulling credit bureaus through Equifax, they now have a "First Search" function that will give you addresses that have been reported to Equifax on a particular subject. Sometimes you have to weed through this, as others that may be looking for said person may have used an old address. They also have an employment search that uses The Work Number to verify employment. This is only useful if the employer uses The Work Number as a means of verifying.


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SoggyNachos
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Dutchtown
Member since Mar 2008
128 posts

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I don't know what kind of people you are skip tracing, but what I typically find is that they don't put utilities in their own name. Mostly because their credit is so jacked up they can't get them in their name without a $500 deposit. Lexis/Accurint will give you a date range of when a particular address was used, but it's not very reliable as far as that is concerned. I skipped myself and it had a lot of incorrect info, especially dates. As I said in my other post, if you have access to Equifax, it will tell you the exact day that a particular address was reported to the credit bureau on a particular person. You just have to make sure that it's new information.


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The_Pistol
LSU Fan
Member since Dec 2003
2519 posts

re: skip-tracing services
A lot of people don't know this, but their cell phone charger gives off an "intermittent time-sampled backscatter sequence". They're often used in "self-taught acquirers' liquid kurtosis equity research".

It's easy to use. You just have to know how to read between the lines.


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Walkertiger
Oregon Fan
Asst. to the Regional Admin
Member since Nov 2007
2293 posts

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I use this. Relatively new.

TLO


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