Why you should use an enforcement agency for debtor tracing

Recovering debts can be difficult without an enforcement agency, and this difficulty increases when the debtor is missing. Professional debtor tracing services offer a quick way of locating a debtor across the UK and worldwide, in order to recover monies owed. Hiring an enforcement agency to assist in debtor tracing will speed up the process of recovering debt, and open new avenues of locating a missing person.

Access to professional databases

A certificated enforcement agency will have access to numerous databases that will not be available to you as the general public. Given a mobile number or landline, we can also access a home or business address and quickly track a person. Through consented data, Able Investigations have access to 25 million mobile phone numbers and 17 million landline numbers. We have a compliance with Data Protection, enabling us to utilise a vast amount of resources to locate missing persons.

Understanding of laws

An enforcement agency will have an understanding of the laws surrounding debtor tracing in order to track a person both quickly and legally. Professional investigators not only find debtors, but also locate beneficiaries for wills and missing family members, all of which require careful coordination with the Data Protection Act.

Reporting to use as evidence

Evidence of locating a debtor, needs to be clear and presentable if you hope to use it in Court. At Able Investigations, we provide a coherent report of our findings, with Court laws in mind, so you can present evidence that will hold.

Quick and efficient service

Looking for a debtor yourself can result in an unlimited amount of time that is essentially wasted as you will not have access to the data that an enforcement agency will have. Able Investigations have a team of professional investigators that can trace debtors within 7 days of hiring our services.

We pride ourselves on offering an unrivalled debtor tracing service, pooling all our contacts and experience to find missing persons. If you would like some assistance or advice finding a debtor, please call our team on 0345 366 0000.

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