We offer Banking Institution Searches, perfect for Writs of Garnishment
Local Bank Search (Search Per State); Judgment Required
$495 If accounts are located or $125 if none are found. 2-3 weeks
Nationwide Bank Search; Judgment Required
$950 If accounts are found or $350 if none are found. 2-3 weeks
Nationwide Brokerage & Investment Accounts; Judgment Required
$995 If accounts are found or $400 if none are found. 2-3 weeks.
Bank Search Request Form (word form) for an individual
Bank Search Request Form (PDF form) for an individual
Full name, DOB, SS# and a copy of the signed judgment are required. If you need us to locate the DOB and or SS# we can. $20 for DOB & $30 for SS#
Bank Search Request Form (word form) for Business
Bank Search Request Form (PDF form) for Business
TAX ID#/FEIN# and a copy of the signed judgment are required. If you need us to locate the TAX ID#/FEIN we can most of the time. $125 to $175 if we can or $35 if we can not.
**Law Firms and companies we have done business with in the past can request an account. All others will need to make a retainer payment to start the search. The retainer amount is the amount of a successful search, if not found the difference will be refunded.
Judgments are required to conduct the above search. A judge signed copy of Judgment will need to be provided before we get started. If you do not have one, then you can request we obtain one for you. $30-Oregon / $50-Washington & Idaho / $75-all other locations.
Please know it’s important to act on the information provided immediately, as the results are good at the time of the search, but could change at anytime after the search is complete.
We also offer Employment Searches
We also offer Pre & Post Litigation Reports
We also offer Writ of Garnishment Assistance in Oregon.
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Our Bank and Brokerage account searches fully comply with the 1999 GLB Act, the FCRA and the FDCPA. We use outside 3rd party investigators to perform our bank locates. All outside investigators have been fully trained and educated using only legal methods in locating asset information. Each investigator has personally documented their knowledge and signed a contract indicating that all information obtained will be through legal means including legal compliance.
Without revealing trade secrets we can disclose that each asset search is conducted utilizing legal protocols which may include; public records, creditor information, insurance records, UCC files, trash inspections, surveillance, databases, vendor records and payments, employment records, direct payments and/or purchases, landlord records, credit applications, divorce records, third party applications, and foreign sources, etc.
The GLB Act does not prohibit bank searches; it just makes pre-texting financial institutions & consumers unlawful. Our investigators use several methods while identifying assets, one of which is access to a database that is used by banks and financial institutions that screens all potential new customers before an account is opened. Banking regulations require footprints to open and maintain accounts – we follow the footprints to locate active accounts.
We can say with confidence that the following financial institutions were queried for active accounts using the identifiers listed above: JP Morgan Chase, Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Citigroup, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, U.S. Bancorp, Bank of New York Mellon, PNC Bank, Capital One, HSBC, TD Bank, State Street, BB&T, Regions Bank, Ally Bank, SunTrust Bank, Charles Schwab, American Express, Ally Financial, RBC Bank, Citizens Bank, USAA, Fifth Third Bank, Harris Bank, Regions Bank, M&T Bank, Northern Trust, Union Bank, KeyCorp, PLUS any smaller local banks and credit unions in a close proximity of the subjects known address(es).
Last updated on 3/25/20