Rajeev George

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Skip Tracing in India About Skip Tracing “Skip tracing” is a term that refers to the process of finding a person whose whereabouts are unknown and is based upon the word “skip,” which is often used to describe a subject who is believed to be “skipping out” on his or her duties and obligations- such as a debt or court appearance. When customers skip, leaving an unpaid balance, you need a fast and cost- effective way to track them down. Ideal for in-house collection department, Banks & financial Institutes, Collection agencies, credit grantors and private clients, skip tracing from Tracer & Tracker-T&T helps you locates skip person by timely. Skip Tracing Services We Offer: • Skip Tracing missing debtors • Status Enquiry • Tracing of Missing persons • Tracing of absent Family members, • Tacing of natural birth parents, • Tracing of Long lost old friends,Loved one, Classmates of Relatives • Tracing of Defendnts, Witness • Tracing of Business and company searches We will provide one of two results: Traced - This means we found the sought-after individual. It might be their current home or employment. Most of the time a phone number will be provided or contact details on how the information was confirmed and with whom. Not Traced - Means we were unable to obtain the current whereabouts of an individual.

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Who uses Tracer & Tracker-T&T A variety of people or organisations hire Tracer & Trackers-T&T for equally diverse reasons. Solicitors, debt collectors, mercantile agents, financial institutions, banks and public individuals are among those who might choose to use our services. T&T conduct missing persons’ investigations on behalf of a wide variety of client-types: • Creditors, Banks, Financial Institutes looking for those who owe them money. • Family members looking for long-lost relatives. • Friends looking for persons with whom they lost touch many years ago. • Attorneys looking for missing heirs in probate cases. • A bail bondsman looking for a client who has failed to appear in court. • An insurance company looking for a missing witness to an insured loss. • A parent looking for their child who has run away or was abducted. • Private Investigators looking for a scam artist or identity thief. People are missing for a great number of reasons, but all typically fall into one of two categories, intentionally or unintentionally missing.

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