There are plenty of reasons why you might want or need to conduct a missing persons search. Perhaps you run a business and you’re having trouble tracking down a customer who hasn’t paid. Perhaps your ex- has taken off and stopped paying child support or alimony payments. Or maybe you’ve just lost track of an old friend, a high school sweetheart.
Whatever your reasons for conducting a missing persons search, you’ll find that it is beneficial to work with a private investigator. This is true for a number of reasons:
1.A private investigator will have access to databases and other information sources that you will not be able to access on your own.
2.A private investigator has experience searching for individuals using public records and other information, and therefore is able to conduct a missing persons search more quickly than you would be able to do on your own.
3.A private investigator can devote his or her time to finding the person you’re looking for without having to put the rest of his or her life on hold; when a private investigator takes your case, you can feel sure that he or she is working on the missing persons search and you can continue working and fulfilling your other obligations;
4.A private investigator can often complete a missing persons search and locate the person you want to find in far less time than it would take you – often within a day.
Because a private investigator has more experience and has access to additional tools, you can be sure that he or she can complete your missing persons search. All it takes is just a little bit of information from you.
In order to conduct a missing persons search, the private investigator will need to know some basic information. To start with, you’ll need to provide the person’s name and birth date. If you are able to provide additional information like past addresses or even a social security number (information that you’re more likely to have if you are a creditor or you had previously been married than if you are looking for an old friend), the search is likely to take place much more quickly than it will without it.
However, that doesn’t mean that a private investigator cannot conduct a missing persons search with far less information – often an individual can be found with just a name – it just may take a while longer.
A missing persons search can be a time consuming and frustrating process when you don’t know what you’re doing. Fortunately,