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Find Someone’s Email Address

Below is a different approach to finding someone’s email address that I recently ran across on the internet. Kind of cool, actually. It’s just one method to use in finding someone’s email address – if they have a website, or if they’re associated with the site as an employee or vendor.

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Bank Levy

Many people wonder how the can do a bank levy to collect the money owed on their court judgment. After all, bank levies are a great way to get the court judgment paid all at once. It doesn’t matter if you judgment is from Small Claims Court or regular Civil Court. There are a few factors to consider.

1) Do you know where the debtor banks? If some cases you may have an old check from the debtor. Or perhaps he was a former friend or business partner, and you know where he banks. But of course he may have closed his account to avoid you. You can’t be sure. There are several legal ways to find a person’s bank account.

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Wage Garnishment

If you have a credit card account that goes into default, the creditor may decide to sell it to a Collection Agency. If the Collection Agency spends a lot of time trying to collect, and they’re unsuccessful, they may decide to turn it into a Judgment. This is usually accomplished by filing a lawsuit in Small Claims Court or Superior Court. Ouch.

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How to Find Someone’s Employment

Make no mistake – finding where someone works is not easy. Especially if you don’t live in the same area/city. Basically, you have just two choices: find the information yourself – or hire someone to perform the search for you. Here at Skip Trace Pros, we no longer perform Employment Locates, and will always recommend that you try and do it yourself first. I’m going to explain the difference between the two. First, the reason we no longer do them: the short answer is that they’re way too expensive and unreliable. There is no magical database anymore that has this type of information.

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