2445 Morena Blvd, Ste. 201, San Diego, CA 92110
(619)275-6400 (888)838-8845 Fax (619)275-6420
SERVICE OF PROCESS, LLC
Serving San Diego Since 1988
Skip Tracing/Locating Services
In today's internet-driven world it is nearly impossible to leave no evidence trail of your existence or whereabouts. A thorough data base and media search almost always results in hard evidence which can help determine your subject’s location.
We offer skip trace services in two levels: basic skip tracing and more intensive Private Investigator searches.
Basic Skip Trace/Subject Locates: These are performed by trained office personnel and are generally used for smaller debts and to locate people who are not necessarily hiding but may be keeping a lower profile than usual.
Private Investigators: These are generally used in larger cases or for individuals or companies who have shown a knack for making themselves invisible to the general public. Private Investigators are authorized to conduct surveillance and have other tools available to them that process serving agencies do not, such as access to DMV vehicle ownership information.
The cost of a routine Skip Trace is $125 and is usually completed in 3-5 days. Standard Private Investigator searches are usually $175-$250. Either service can be expedited.
Name, as complete as possible including suffixes, (Jr.-Sr.)
Last known address
At the minimum a third piece of identification: i.e.; DOB, SSN, Driver’s License number, etc.
Talk to one of our research technicians and help complete the "Subject Information Questionnaire." The ten minutes you’ll spend talking with our tech is one of the most important steps in locating your skip. Please have all known information about the subject readily available when calling.
A routine skip trace will begin in 2-3 days and usually takes several days unless we get an immediate hit.
Skip searches may include but are not limited to: property searches; business entity searches; mail forwarding; social media sites; civil and criminal court cases; jails/prisons; military; vocational licensing agencies; SSN search; phone searches; national data services; various directories; and the USPS.