"`Everybody is somewhere' might be the motto of this hunter's manual. You can bet that folks have used many of these methods to check up on YOU..." - Whole Earth Review
"...a crash course in tracing people...practical...well-written." - The Deputy (Maricopa County Deputies Association)
"An excellent book." - Tracer Magazine
The best book on finding someone just got better! How to Find Missing Persons is back in a brand new, completely revised and expanded second edition!
How to Find Missing Persons has been used for over a decade by bounty hunters, private investigators, skip tracers, process servers, auto repossessors, genealogists, adopted children searching for birth parents, and many others.
Ronald Eriksen is a no-bull investigator who's learned his tricks on the mean streets of the American metropolis. This all-purpose guide is high-lighted with real case histories of missing persons investigations, including one where the author squeezes information out of a Swiss banker!
Topics covered include:
How to Schmooze Information Out of People Public Databases, including On-line Information Sources Getting Unpublished Phone Numbers Telephone Records Getting Around Caller ID Finding Someone's Address Cable TV Companies Utility Companies Friends & Relatives Neighbors Property Records Unemployment Insurance Records Social Security Records Credit Reports Bank Records Credit Card Records Medical Records Drivers License Records Courthouse Records Arrest Records The Post Office Welfare Rolls Military Personnel Using the Salvation Army School Records Records from Mexico Planes, Trains & Automobiles Adoption Records And much, much more - including how to make a living as a professional missing persons investigator!
If you're looking for that someone special, you couldn't ask for a better guide. Order your copy today!
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