Hawaii Skip Trace Investigation
Skiptracing is a term used to describe the process of locating a person's
whereabouts. The term comes from the word "skip" being used to describe the
person being searched for, and comes from the idiomatic expression "to skip
town," meaning to depart, perhaps in a rush, and leaving minimal clues behind
for someone to "trace" the "skip" to a new location.
The Hawaii Private Detective employed by The Investigators, LLC will collect as
much information as possible about the subject which is then analyzed,
reduced, and verified. Sometimes the subject's current whereabouts are in
some form of data, but is obfuscated by the sheer amount of information or
disinformation. More often the data will be used to identify third parties that
might be able to assist the process. This is where the job becomes more than
mere research since one must often employ methods of social engineering to
finesse information without compromising the situation. A common tactic
involves calling or visiting former neighbors, employers or other known contacts
to ask about the subject, sometimes under false or misleading pretenses. In
most jurisdictions this deception, known as pretexting, is legal.
Records that may be used by the Hawaii private investigator may include phone
number databases, credit reports (including information provided on a loan
application, credit card application, and in other debt collector databases), job
application information, criminal background checks, utility bills (electricity, gas,
water, sewage, phone, cell phone, internet, and cable), social security,
disability, and public tax information. These methods don't break any law
because the information is freely available due to the nature of the business,
whether it be debt collectors, bounty hunters, or other "skiptracers".
Even when no specific information is returned, public databases exist that
cross-reference skiptracing information with others the "skip" may have lived
with within the recent past. For instance, if previous records show a "skip" lived
in the same house as a third party, the third party may also be "skiptraced" in an
effort to locate the "skip".
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