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Locate Investigations

Every investigation that we undertake at Bond Investigations is distinct. Different cases require a different approach. This is especially true for locate investigations. Whether it’s a bill collection issue or child support related case, some people are very easy to locate while others can be quite difficult.

At Bond Investigations, we use a basic locate investigation or an open locate investigation. Clients are charged on an hourly basis depending on the circumstances of their case.

Basic Locate Service – During this type of locate investigation, our investigators will find the current address and telephone number (if available) of the person we’re investigating. Basic locate services are most effective when locating people who are not actively hiding from the world. The system has just lost track of them and we can help you locate them.

Open Locate Service – This is used for people who are running from the law or from bill collections. These could also include criminals, drug users, etc. These people are actively trying to stay hidden and are on the run. Such locate investigations are much more difficult and can take longer than usual since there is no simple Internet search that will help you find their location.

Bond Investigations – Skills and Expertise

Our private investigators have the necessary skills and the tools to find people who are difficult to locate. However, for the best results, it is important that you provide us as much information as you possibly can so that we can save both time and money. It is thus best that you speak to our California private investigator so that all important details can be discussed. Our California PI will set up a budget and will give you an approximate cost based on the specifics of your case.

We believe that when selecting a private detective agency, you should not base your decision on price alone. The quality of private investigation services is what matters the most because what you want are results.

Some factors that we consider when making locate investigation decisions:

  • Is the other parent employed and is drawing a paycheck?
  • Do they have their own business?
  • Do they work “under the table”?
  • Do they work for any relatives?

These answers can have a significant impact on the investigation and can determine how easy or difficult it might be to locate the person in question.
We are happy to discuss how we can help. Call us today. (213) 204-2663