Process Server | Skip Tracing Services

Process Servers may search credit reports, government databases, online directories, and social media to locate an individual.

Locating an Individual

"Skip trace" is a term used to describe efforts to locate a person's whereabouts. Methods & procedures employed by Process Servers may include (but are not limited to) credit reports, government databases (such as the United States Post Office or Department of Motor Vehicles), online directories, social media platforms, employment websites, and search engines. Other investigative methods may include following up on previous addresses, speaking with neighbors, or reaching out to family, friends, and colleagues.

Up-To-Date Information

Popular paid skip-tracing services available to the general public include;

Free skip-tracing services also available to the general public include;

Social Media Networks

People often reveal their location in geo-tagged photos on popular social media websites;

Employment Websites

Name, address, and phone number (NAP) information can often be found on updated resumes;

The more information you're able to provide when submitting your request for service, the better prepared your local Process Server can be when attempting to provide Service of Legal Process.