Recently, there was an interesting survey on the popular Facebook group for RepoBuzz, a group for repossession professionals. It asked how important it is to have information about their targets’ relatives. Every.single.person said “Very Important,” the highest level designated.

Don’t get me wrong, I love a good search to get an investigation going, but I also don’t want to check the status of a target every day (or multiple times a day) and run the bill up. This is especially applicable for arrest statuses.

Connecting the dots between subjects can be time consuming. This is especially true if you are identifying juror connections, looking for potential fraud, confirming vendor independence, or looking at the relationships between multiple targets or companies.

We’re keeping you on the cutting edge of search techniques:

The golden rule:
You’ll get the best result by using just your subject’s social security number. However, if you don’t have SSN, you can provide name and city/state OR name and date of birth.

I talk to customers a lot and always make a point of asking them what their favorite searches are. Hands down, the most popular answers are the Person Searches and Comprehensive Reports.

It’s so common. When your target completely disappears, there’s a pretty good chance they are behind bars. I can’t even tell you how many times I’ve heard someone say, “I couldn’t find him anywhere.

With more than 30 million firms in the U.S., business investigations can be daunting and cumbersome. Here’s a solution that offers 25% more data than other vendors – the Delvepoint Business Report.

Our Motor Vehicle Searches, both the original search and real-time search, are some of our most frequently run searches, making them investigative essentials. To keep bringing our clients more data, we’ve recently enhanced our motor vehicle data!

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Jeff Evans and Niki McKinnell from Delvepoint sat down with Matt Spaier of PI Perspectives to discuss database search skip tracing pro tips. Follow these easy tips that to step up your researching game...

Utilizing a database for investigations really is an art. Combing through billions of records and documents looking for your needle in the haystack. Modern technology has made it possible, but do you know how to make your data platforms sing?...

A friend of mine started dating a new guy she met online and sent me a text saying, “Hey, ever heard of this guy?” A quick Google search later, and we knew everything from where he worked (company website) and where he lived (property appraiser website)...

Delvepoint recently promoted Jeff Evans, previously the Customer Service Manager, to Director of Sales and Customer Success.

Waterfalling is one of the most effective ways to find specific data needed for larger-volume placements or purchases, while minimizing costs and increasing accuracy.