What is Skip Tracing?
Where is skip tracing applicable?
Who utilises Skip tracing?
National Inquiry Agency (NIA) is a Sydney based Private Investigation firm specialising in location searches and missing persons, background checks, process serving and corporate investigations.
Our services are provided to businesses and individuals nationwide and overseas, minimising business loss and risk, and providing our clients with peace of mind.
We offer our clients the ability to gather ‘hard to find evidence’, supporting individuals, small to large businesses and the legal services sector. We utilise modern methods of tracing to locate subjects, as well as new technology for the surveillance of persons.
We have competitive rates, and established service level agreements with our clients to ensure we deliver results to a high standard and within time frames.
Our Investigators and Agents are fully licensed in accordance with statutory legislation and regulations.
Our Team is made up of qualified solicitors, ex-military personnel and individuals that have worked in the legal services sector for many years.
Our experience allows us to pay attention to the details that are crucial to the collection of admissible evidence, act in accordance to governing legislation and communicate our outcomes in a clear and efficient manner.
Who Uses Skip Tracing?
- Skip Tracing for Private Investigators: Private investigators are at the forefront of utilising skip tracing techniques. They often assist clients in finding missing persons, uncovering hidden assets, or locating individuals for various personal and legal reasons.
- Skip Tracing for Debt Collection Agencies: Debt collectors frequently turn to skip tracing to locate individuals who owe outstanding debts. By finding debtors, they can initiate the collection process and recover the owed funds.
- Skip Tracing for Legal Professionals: Attorneys and law firms use skip tracing to locate witnesses, beneficiaries, or individuals involved in legal cases. Accurate and timely information can be crucial for building a strong legal argument.
- Skip Tracing for Businesses: Companies often require skip tracing to reconnect with former employees, vendors, or clients. This is especially important when businesses are undergoing mergers, acquisitions, or restructuring.
- Skip Tracing for Insurance Companies: Insurance agencies may use skip tracing to track down policyholders or beneficiaries for claims processing or to prevent fraudulent claims.
- Skip Tracing for Financial Institutions: Banks and lending institutions may need skip tracing to locate individuals who have defaulted on loans, credit card payments, or mortgage obligations.
- Skip Tracing for Family and Heir Searches: Skip tracing is also invaluable for individuals looking to reconnect with estranged family members or identify heirs in estate matters.
- Skip Tracing for Law Enforcement: In certain cases, law enforcement agencies use skip tracing to locate fugitives, missing persons, or suspects.
- Skip Tracing for Journalists and Researchers: Investigative journalists and researchers may employ skip tracing to uncover information for news stories, academic research, or background checks.
- Skip Tracing for Individuals: Sometimes, people use skip tracing for personal reasons, such as finding long-lost friends, relatives, or loved ones.