- January 3, 2023
- Posted by: ACM Investigations LLC
- Category: News
Skip tracing is a process of locating individuals who are “missing” in some sense – they may be hard to find because they have moved without leaving a forwarding address, they may be avoiding contact with someone, or they may be hiding from the law.
There are many reasons why people or businesses might need skip tracing services, and here are a few examples:
Debt collection: Skip tracing can be a useful tool for businesses or individuals trying to collect a debt. If someone owes you money and you can’t find them, skip tracing can help you locate them so you can try to collect the debt.
Locate missing persons: Skip tracing can also be used to locate missing persons. This might include finding a long-lost relative, locating someone who has gone missing, or finding someone who is avoiding contact with someone else.
Background checks: Skip tracing can be useful for conducting background checks on individuals. If you’re hiring someone and you want to learn more about their past, skip tracing can help you find information that might not be readily available.
Fraud investigation: Skip tracing can be a valuable tool for investigating fraud. If someone is using a false identity or trying to avoid detection, skip tracing can help you locate them and gather evidence.
Here are a few case studies that illustrate the benefits of skip tracing:
Case study 1: Debt collection
ACM Investigations was hired by a small business owner to help collect a debt from a former employee. The employee had left the company without providing a forwarding address, and the owner was unable to locate them. ACM Investigations used skip tracing to locate the former employee and successfully recovered the debt for the business owner.
Case study 2: Locate missing person
ACM Investigations was hired by a family to help locate a relative who had gone missing. The relative had a history of drug abuse and had not been in contact with the family for several years. ACM Investigations used skip tracing to locate the missing relative and reunite them with their family.
Case study 3: Background checks
ACM Investigations was hired by a small business to conduct background checks on several job applicants. One of the applicants had a criminal record that was not readily apparent on their resume or in public records. ACM Investigations used skip tracing to locate additional information about the applicant and provided the business with a complete background check report.
As these case studies demonstrate, skip tracing can be a valuable tool for a wide range of applications. It can help businesses and individuals locate missing persons, recover debts, conduct background checks, and investigate fraud. If you’re in need of skip tracing services, ACM Investigations has the expertise and resources to help you find the information you need.