What is a Skip tracing service?
A skip tracing service is used to locate an individual who has left the last known address and their current whereabouts are unknown. Our expert specialist tracing agents use a number of methods and facilities to locate the present address of the missing individual.
What is a Skip tracing service?
A tracing service is used to locate an individual who has left the last known address and their current whereabouts are unknown. Our expert specialist tracing agents use a number of methods and facilities to locate the present address of the missing individual.
What is Skip Tracing?
Skip tracing also known as debtor tracing is the process of locating absconded debtors who have left the last known address without providing a forwarding location.
Around 30% of all undeliverable post is from people moving home to a new address without notifying their suppliers of the changes.
In many cases this is done without intent and just not notified all the relevant and interested parties. However, there is still a number of people who do this so as not to be found and avoid paying any outstanding debts and bills.
It is important that innocent people are found quickly to avoid having detrimental information recorded against them and damaging their credit score.
However, it is just as important to locate the intentional absconded debtors in order to make them accountable for the debts they have left behind.
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Information to assist with the Skip Tracing (Debtor Tracing) service
Before instructing our agent to undertake a people tracing service please ensure you provide as much background information as possible such as:
Last known address (or addresses)
An habitual absconder will move around on a regular basis so multiple addresses will help with the skip tracing (debtor tracing) service to build a picture of the debtor’s movements.
Absconded Debtor Details
Valuable information about the debtor greatly enhances the rate for a successful skip tracing (debtor tracing) . Information such as date of birth, marital status, in known employment, car/vehicle details and registration number. Are there any known children or pets.
Any contact details
Telephone numbers, email addresses, LinkedIn and other social media account information will also help to identify who the debtor is.
Any known people the debtor has associations with will also help with the skip trace as can possibly identify any movements and areas likely to be located in.
Skip Tracing (Debtor Tracing) Processes
The skip tracing (debtor tracing) expert armed with as much information is now able to commence the skip tracing (debtor tracing) process. These will include the following:
1. Last known Address
Start with the last known address and look for links to new possible linked locations. Mail forwarding is a common link as people need to receive important correspondence.
2. Notification changes.
When leaving an address, even absconding debtors need to notify various businesses, suppliers and utility companies, banks, credit card companies, etc.
3. New residents
The skip tracing (debtor tracing) agents will use their expertise to identify the names and similar names to a recently moved individual.
These are a few of the processes the expert skip tracer will use to start the search processes. Every absconded debtor will leave a print somewhere and it is this print that our expert skip tracing (debtor tracing) agents will be looking for to identify a new and current address. Naturally, there are many more processes our expert skip tracing (debtor tracing) agents use but these are closely guarded secrets which make them superior to the competition. Our success rate is around 95% providing our clients have given as much accurate information as possible
When To Start a Skip Tracing (debtor tracing) service
As soon has your debtor fails to pay you on time and stops answering your calls then this is the start time. The quicker you inform us of an absconded debtor the faster we are able to trace them. Persistent late payers will often vacate their premises deliberately and quickly to evade chasing creditors and suppliers. Our expert skip trace (debtor tracing) agents will hone in on any information you provide to track down the absconded debtor.
For further details on the above services or for pricing information, please contact us by email at email@example.com or call us on +44 (0) 121 449 3045
All tracing instructions are accepted on the basis you have sufficient reason, authority or permission to access the individual's personal file.