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skip tracer

(US) a person employed to search for missing debtors or defendants who have absconded whilst on bail.
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If the client is not locatable, hire a skip tracer, private investigator, or some other service that can locate a person with just a bit of personal information.
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Our Product is designed to integrate forfeiture information into a private secured, individually controlled database that allows the client to decide when to request the assistance of other law enforcement, bail bondsman and skip tracers.
This would enable a skip tracer to determine if there is a roommate, spouse or significant other.
And, increasingly, business collection professionals and skip tracers know this and are using it to get what's owed to them.
However, many skip tracers might find themselves tiptoeing on the line of what's legal and what's not, as some of the most popular techniques used by amateur skip tracers can be questionable.
The company is comprised of a seasoned management team combined with experienced debt collection agents and skip tracers to proactively work with debtors to structure favorable resolutions to these outstanding loans.
The lawsuit brought by Aristotle Publishing in DC Federal court alleges that Equifax subsidiary California Data Bureau (CDB) offered databases on millions of registered voters in states such as Georgia and California to skip tracers and bill collectors in violation of privacy laws.
Skip tracers need to think: give them a place to do it.
CDB and its president committed fraud and offered databases on more than 5 million voters in states such as Maryland, Georgia and California to skip tracers and bill collectors in violation of privacy laws.