Actually there are two types;
A mini will disclose:
- Names known by,
- Date of birth
- Email addresses
- Phone numbers
- Last known address history
- Possible relatives
Costs $19 for about 1 or 2-pages.
A dossier has detailed records on a particular person as mentioned
- Criminal/civil records
- Real estate
- Driving history
- Liens and judgments
Costs – $99 or about 30 to 40-pages of data. Roi needs a positive ID, such as the person’s full name, current or past address or city, birthdate or approx. age and SSN. If you do not know the SSN, he charges $40 for this search. If unable to ID there is no fee. Normal turnaround time is 3-working days. Payment accepted at his website http://calstaterecovery.com/pay-invoice-online/ or by check. When completed, mini background is sent by 1st Class Mail. All dossier hardcopy sent by 2nd Day Priority Mail.
Roi also offers:
- Place of Employment
- Real estate & bank asset searches.
Finding Hidden Assets:
With a permissible purpose Roi can search for all bank accounts on a statewide basis at $230 per individual name. This search returns 93% of all banks located in the U.S. for that specified state, including checking, savings, joint and multiple bank accounts, all statewide accounts for this fee. If no accounts found Roi refunds $190 and keeps $40 for his research time. Before starting Roi needs a positive ID, such as the person’s full name, current or past address, birthdate or approx. age and SSN. If you do not know the SSN, Roi charges $40 for this search. Turnaround time is 7 to 10-working days. For a individual nationwide bank search the fee is $560. If no account found Roi keeps $120 for his research time.
Most post judgment costs are allowed by the courts based on my invoice. Payment accepted by check or by PayPal at his website http://calstaterecovery.com/pay-invoice-online/. Roi can also search for stocks & bonds, real estate properties, any business entity, including Place of Employment, individual backgrounds, etc. When completed all hardcopy sent by 1st Class Mail.
Place of Employment Locate:
Roi's fee is $230. Allow 7 to 10 working days. If unable to locate employment, a refund of $190 will be returned at the conclusion of this time frame, Roi keeps $40 for his research time. Identification of an individual’s place of employment is for the purpose of service of process, satisfaction of a court order, a wage garnishment, etc.
Before starting, Roi needs the full name, his/her SSN, current/past address if available. If the SSN is unknown, Roi charges $40 for this search. If unable to identify the SSN, your $40 is returned. Search returns subject’s verifiable employer’s name & address. Payment accepted by check or by PayPal at my website, http://calstaterecovery.com/pay-invoice-online/
Most courts allow the added post judgment costs of a P.O.E. search based on his invoice. When completed, sent by 1st Class Mail. Request Service
- Unintentionally missing.
The fee for this service is $260. In the event the person is not found, Roi keeps $50 for his research time and returns $210 to you. Necessary to complete the search is the subject's social security number. A profile questionnaire will be furnished of the person of interest. Turnaround time is 7 to 10-working days. We have an 87% success rate in locating someone. Payment accepted by check or by PalPal on his website, http://calstaterecovery.com/pay-invoice-online/
Understanding what you are purchasing. A background search is not locating someone. A background search is a history of one’s past movements. If you’re trying to locate someone you have to ask for a Location/Search/Find Service, or commonly referred to as a Missing Person/Skip Tracing. The fee for locating-finding someone is $325. Likewise, if you’re trying to determine one’s place of employment the fee is $325. Consequently, before you commit and pay money for services, please understand what you are buying beforehand.
Many employers in the United States require a background check of prospective employees. If an applicant wishes to obtain a position in a company. Background checks can provide a variety of information. Most background checks will include some relatively standard pieces of information. The results from a background check can include financial, identity and personal information. Different employers will require different types of checks and clearances for an individual. There is no statute of limitations on this information; A background check is basically a way in which an individual or organization can ensure that you are fit for a job or responsibility. It provides information not only about who you are, but what choices you’ve made over your lifetime. The background check process may compile information that chronicles your life. It is a useful tool for many companies and employers because it gives them a basic idea of whether or not you are fit for the position for which you are being considered. A background check must not be viewed as a comprehensive, point-by-point compilation of everything, important and inconsequential, that you’ve ever done. Most employers will not attempt to access information of a trivial nature, like your grades from primary school or your history of pet ownership. This information does not necessarily help an employer to decide whether you are fit for a position. But the information could give a prospective employer a look into your life that could not be determined based on just an application and interview.
Are you making an investment with a promoter or a company? Contemplating marriage? Trying to verify something of a person? And so on. Hence, a background check is only necessary for what you’re trying to seek. For this Roi will need the name of the business, whether it’s a dba, a Corp, Ltd, or LLC. If a Corp,Ltd, LLC, He needs what is called an EIN# (Employment Identification Number), as well as the name of the President/Principal/CEO/Treasurer/Secretary, etc. and his/her SSN. If you do not know the SSN, Roi charges $40 for the search. If you do not know the EIN# a search will be conducted at $75 per search. If found there is an additional $75 added (total $150 when found.) Payment accepted at his website http://calstaterecovery.com/pay-invoice-online/ or by check. A statewide search is $280, nationwide, $580.
Online due diligence investigations examine the backgrounds of corporate entities and the principals who manage them. These methodologies are applicable to all professionals involved in investigations, insurance and risk managers, attorneys, security practitioners and every-day consumers. Regardless of your investigative ability, learning the critical thinking tactics to research and conduct due diligence analysis will empower you with the information to make proactive decisions in life and business. Learn the tools and resources utilized by experienced online analysts to finding and vetting information about companies and their owners. Roi will discuss the databases; web sites and internet resources that help locate difficult information companies, their assets, and the people that run them. Turnaround time is 7 to 10-working days. All hard copy findings sent by U.S. Postal Service 2nd Day Priority Mail.
On Line Searches:
We as PIs know online sites are not accurate. The challenge for Investigators, then, is to educate the clients, both current and potential. More and more people think that these sites are legitimate and do not realize what they are getting themselves into. Despite all of the qualifications and hoops, PIs must go through to access information, people still think they can purchase an investigative report online with a credit card from $19.95 up or to just forty dollars. Some investigators have tested the information by comparing searches on databases restricted to investigators to those on sites like People Finder, Intellius and BeenVerified. JD Thomas of Forensic Consulting Groups said,
The results were downright sad. The shocking part was that I found out my mother was still alive, which didn’t sit right with me, since we buried her two years earlier.
Richard Leering of Southwest Group ran similar tests on PeopleFinder and Intellius and found that the information was stale and inaccurate. The most notable error was that a house purchased in May of 2014 was not listed on PeopleFinder.com. The current address listed was not accurate. Most people are not aware that they can have their information removed from these sites. Every site contains a disclaimer that the information may be outdated, incomplete or inaccurate, making it virtually unusable unless as verified by an investigator. Relying on unverified information can result in court delays, case dismissal, fees for rescheduled hearing, etc. The information found on these sites cannot be used as a determining factor for employment, mortgage or loan applications. These are just a few examples of databases available on the internet.
Or Skip Tracing is a term that refers to the process of finding a person whose whereabouts are unknown, e.g. family members looking for a long-lost relative, friends looking for persons with whom they lost touch many years ago, attorneys looking for missing heirs in probate cases, creditors looking for those who owe them money, an insurance company looking for a missing witness to an insurance loss, a parent looking for their child who has run away, etc. Roi researches on behalf of the aforesaid.
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