Crossroads has a wide array of restricted skip tracing tools available to find someone who doesn’t want to be found.
For clients who are looking for someone, Crossroads Investigations offers advanced capabilities in locating a person’s whereabouts through a service called Skip Traces. It comes from the saying “skipping” town, and is the official term used by investigators to find someone who may not want to be found. Skip Traces will reveal where that person is currently living. It’s a great tool for clients who are searching for people.
A Skip Trace is a great way for law firms and process servers to find someone they need to appear in court. It’s also useful to banks, finance companies and debt collection agencies to find people who have moved and owe them money.
Skip Traces are also essential in the following scenarios:
- Collection of Alimony or back Child Support
- Location of Heirs in Estate Matters
- Bail Bonds Cases
- Missing Persons Cases
- Locating Relatives with Psychological Problems
- Adoptive Children Searching for Biological Parents
Crossroads Investigations has an armory of tools at its disposal to track a person. Because we are properly bonded and insured and hold many Private Investigator and Government Licenses, we have access to the best and most up-to-date databases and current information on individuals.
We can also go one step further and go after habitual hiders who try to conceal their identity behind a PO Box. We can find someone who’s doing this by getting to the paperwork used to open a PO box, such as a Utility Record or a Credit Report. Once we locate those items, tracking down someone is eminent.
Whether you need to find a person in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, South Florida, nationally, or internationally, consider Crossroads Investigations for your skip trace needs.
Crossroads Investigations is a private detective agency operated by a former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) officer, and is a leading firm in South Florida offering specialized investigative services, to include asset searches, background checks and surveillance.