Whether you are looking for a long lost family member, birth parent, or your college roommate, a private investigator has access to a variety of resources used to locate missing people. Many times an investigator can find someone you have been trying to locate for years in only a few hours.
To begin the process you will want to provide the investigator with as much information about the missing person as possible. First, middle, and last names, date of birth, social security number, last known address, age, or any other information that you feel could be important will help the search. Don’t be discouraged if all you have is a name. Investigators can locate people with very little information to start from.
Be aware that if you do not have much information, the search could take longer to complete. Obviously, some people are harder to find than others. For example, those running from the law, hiding from creditors, deadbeat parents, and substance abusers may require more work to locate than the average person.
Many have discovered that searching on your own may not give you the results you desire. While some people are easily located using the Internet, others are much more difficult to find. Private investigators have access to resources and databases that the average person does not. Investigators are trained to access and use public records. They are skilled professionals who follow up on leads and interview others to find the information you need.
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If you would like to locate a person from your past, contact Graves Investigations of Greensboro, NC at 1-877-638-8254 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We offer a variety of investigation services at reasonable rates.