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100 Things a Private Investigator Can Do

Posted by Johnny Joe James on August 1, 2016 at 1:35 AM

Find a current address

Find historical addresses

Find a date of birth

Identify known aliases

Identify and/or confirm a Social Security number

Locate birth records

Locate death records

Locate marriage records

Locate divorce filings

Dig through someone’s trash

Locate a beneficiary for a probate proceeding

Research current and / or historical property holdings

Identify mortgage information

Identify secured lenders

Identify related party property transactions

Determine current market value of real property

Locate bankruptcy filings

Retrieve and analyze bankruptcy records

Uncover improper relationships

Locate federal civil lawsuits

Locate federal criminal records

Retrieve and analyze federal civil and criminal records

Retrieve mug shots from arrest records

Provide independent analysis

Locate state and local criminal arrest records

Retrieve and analyze review criminal records

Provide peace of mind

Locate home phone numbers

Locate cell phone numbers

Identify owner of home or cell phone number

Determine owners of corporation

Retrieve and analyze corporate records

Locate current or former executives

Interview current or former executives

Find and retrieve judgment and lien filings

Research familial history

Connect the dots

Locate witnesses for a civil or criminal lawsuit

Interview witnesses for a civil or criminal lawsuit

Find assets

Find current or historical boat registrations

Find current or historical aircraft registrations

Search for hidden assets

Conduct business intelligence

Discreet intelligence gathering

Determine connections between parties

Locate bank account information

Locate current or former employees of a company

Interview current or former employees of a company

Locate significant inheritances

Show you the big picture

Identify a will for an estate

Locate probate records

Identify foreign assets

Locate regulatory records

Identify regulatory actions

Identify professional licenses

Determine prior disciplinary records for professional licenses

Analyze state and federal political contributions

Analyze state lobbyist records

Analyze federal lobbyist records

Identify potential whistleblowers

Vet expert witnesses

Interview industry sources

Gather competitive intelligence

Identify related party business transactions

Retrieve and analyze non-profit financial filings

Knock on doors

Obtain and analyze Department of Labor Form 5500 Filings

Submit FOIA / FOIL requests to government agencies

Obtain driving record history (in applicable states)

Find current vehicle registrations

Find historical vehicle registrations

Make you look brilliant

Determine current market value of motor vehicles

Assist with jury selection

Background checks on prospective jurors

Analyze documents for potential fraud

Identify Risks

Identifying corporate relationships

Give you a competitive advantage

Identify Uniform Commercial Code filings

Foreign corporation research

Help you manage sensitive situations

Overseas litigation research

Identify stock ownership

Find facts

Locate online resume

Identify online networking profiles

Locate historical video or news footage

Conduct historical newspaper research

Conduct mobile or stationary surveillance

Perform clandestine operations

Find undisclosed ties

Identify and retrieve U.S. Tax Court cases

Locate a missing person

Identify and confirm education history

Identify and confirm previous employment history

Scour the Internet

Research presence on social networks or message boards

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