Locating People

Don't rely on low-cost internet search tools, which can be full of misinformation and hidden fees. We use

up-to-the-minute databases that gather information from credit bureaus and other sources regarding a person's spending, utilities, license plates, phone services, and other reliable data points. We also use public sources like property records, social media, resumé posting services, and litigation records. If databases and public records aren't enough, we can often pinpoint a person's location through interviews with people who know the subject, such as family members, friends, and co-workers.