FAST DEBTOR TRACING SERVICE
We understand that in many cases timing is crucial. ALL debtor traces are completed within 24 hours of instruction to proceed and on many occasions, even sooner but without compromise on service or accuracy of information.
Once we have found the person who owes you money, we will, if required, work closely with your legal representatives and should Service of Process be required, we will carry this out at a preferential rate.
COMPETITIVE TRACING FEES
You will find that our trace fees are probably the most competitive in The UK and our levels of service are second to none. Each case is handled proficiently and efficiently by one of our highly trained, and experienced in-house tracing team who will keep you regularly informed of progress.
We always conduct our investigations on a no success, no fee basis which means that we only get paid when we have traced the individual and the report is guaranteed for thirty days.
ACCURATE AND SUCCESSFUL TRACING
For our debtor trace enquiries we use the very latest information systems and other discreet resources, which are NOT simply based on The Voters Roll. Because of this, we have a reputation for excellence, accuracy and subsequently, a higher than average success rate, which is currently at 98% (latest update – 21 October 2018). NO upfront payments are taken – you only pay once we have found the person.
Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently asked questions in relation to our ‘Trace Someone Who Owes Money’ service. If you can’t find the answer you’re looking for, please contact a member of our team. All calls and forms of communication are 100% confidential.
How can I get back money owed to me?
You can make a court claim for your money if you are unable to claim your money back. One we have identified the person owing you money - you can make a claim online if the money owed is less than £100,000 and owed by no more than 2 people or 2 organisations. The court can order the money to be paid.
Can you legally hold someone's property if they owe you money?
Technically, no it is not legal. In theory, you have rights and claims to assert against that person who owes the child support. It does not give you the right to hold the property as collateral.
When can you sue for non payment?
Small businesses can sue for non-payment of services if they've sent an invoice to a client, followed up repeatedly by phone and email and escalated the problem as much as they can on their own.