Skip Tracing And Locating Assets Techniques
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Learn proven strategies for tracking down subjects and uncovering their assets. Patrick McPherson, a licensed private investigator with over a decade of skip trace and asset location experience, will teach you how to use the best free and proprietary data bases to locate people and assets.
This webinar is perfect for anyone who wants to learn various methods of skip tracing/asset recovery or for anybody who wants a greater understanding of what they can expect when they hire a professional investigator or skip tracer. He will reveal his search methods and talk about strategies for locating people and assets.
Before We Try to Locate Anything We Need to ...
How to Locate a Person or Company
- Understand the State and Federal Law/Regulations Associated With Skip Tracing and Asset Searches
- Look at the Skip Trace/Asset Search Tools Available
- Decide If the Whole Process Is Worth Your Time
How to Locate Assets
- Locate a Person
- Locate a Company
- Know When to Stop Looking
About The Presenters
- Look at Liabilities Before You Look for Assets on a Person or Company
- Locating Hard Assets
- Liquid Assets
- Fraudulent Transfer of Assets
- Creative Ways to Locate Assets
- Worked with local police agencies, F.B.I. and D.E.A. on criminal cases resulting in prosecution
- Obtained a private investigator licenses in both Minnesota and Wisconsin
- Located more than 3,500 debtors/witnesses for service of process
- Conducted more than 2,500 pre and post judgment asset searches ranging from judgments of $1,500.00 to $23 million dollars
- Has more than 30,000 hours of private investigation experience
- Has been cited as an expert witness in mortgage fraud cases
- Received the 2012 Every Day Hero award from Thomsen Reuters for outstanding work conducting asset searches
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