I.P.D.C.A. approach to skip tracing is a deductive step process that begins immediately upon account placement and continues as long as an account is placed with us for collection. Once I.P.D.C.A. has received and loaded a client placement file onto our system, I.P.D.C.A. data processing personnel run several locator routines that match information brokerage service files against account names, addresses, and zip codes; unknown or incorrect information is flagged by the system and documented in the account file. Initial placements are also run against bankruptcy and death records and set aside to be processed separately by I.P.D.C.A. administrative personnel. accounts for which a valid address or telephone number exists receive letters or telephone calls as appropriate. If no valid address or telephone number is available, then I.P.D.C.A. recovery Agents and Skip Tracing Specialists initiate semi-automated and manual skip tracing attempts.
Skip Tracing or Asset investigation can be completed in a number of ways, all focusing on piecing together the puzzle of an individual or company’s financial puzzle. Asset investigations basically work by uncovering exactly what sorts of collectible assets someone has. Whether investigating a business or individual, an asset investigator will determine how likely you are to get money in a court case. An asset investigation can also tell you how secure someone’s assets are before you trust a company or individual with your business.