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Your Questions About Skip Tracing Answered

Your Questions About Skip Tracing Answered

At Roland Investigations, one of our most common services is skip tracing. To those that are unfamiliar with it, it can be confusing as to what skip tracing is good for and who it is beneficial to. We don’t want to leave you in the dark, which is why we are here to answer your most commonly asked questions about skip tracing here today.

What is Skip Tracing?

Put simply, skip tracing is the process of locating a person who has gone missing or is deliberately hiding from authorities, often for legal or financial reasons.

How Does Skip Tracing Work?

Skip tracing typically involves using various tools and techniques to locate a person's whereabouts, such as public records searches, social media monitoring, and interviewing friends and family members.

Why Might Someone Need to Use Skip Tracing?

Skip tracing is often used for legal or financial purposes, such as locating a debtor who has skipped out on payments or finding a witness for a court case.

Is Skip Tracing Legal?

Yes, skip tracing is legal as long as it is done within the bounds of the law. Skip tracers must follow the guidelines set out by the Fair Credit Reporting Act and other relevant laws.

How Much Does Skip Tracing Cost?

The cost of skip tracing can vary depending on the complexity of the search and the tools and techniques used. Some skip tracers charge a flat fee, while others may charge hourly rates. Reach out to Roland Investigations to learn more about our rates.

How Long Does Skip Tracing Take?

The length of time it takes to complete a skip trace can vary depending on the individual case. Some cases may be resolved quickly, while others may take weeks or even months to complete.

What Information Do Skip Tracers Need to Begin a Search?

Skip tracers typically need some basic information to begin a search, such as the person's name, date of birth, last known address, and any other identifying information. Just a few breadcrumbs to get them started in the right direction.

What are Some Common Challenges in Skip Tracing?

Some common challenges in skip tracing include locating people who have changed their names, moved frequently, or intentionally provided false information.

If you think that you could benefit from our skip[ tracing services, do not hesitate to reach out to our team today!

By Roland Investigations 4-20-2023



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