Thursday, October 20, 2011

What is a Skiptrace?

Skiptrace is a term used to locate an individual who has moved or relocated without leaving a forwarding address. The information is derived from credit reports, credit card applications, subscriptions, and other public records.

Successfully locating the individual can depend on several different factors. These can include how long ago you made contact with this person, how current, if any, is the information you have on the person, and if this person is in the United States.

Costs also vary from companies, the degree of difficulty, and the amount of information to be found. Always verify from the skip tracer as to the cost and what information you’ll be receiving for your
request. In the long run, you’ll save yourself a lot of time and money.

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