Skip Tracing

Skip tracing is completed by using a multitude of resources, many of which are unavailable to the general public. IR-6 utilizes professional experience to analyze and verify data from our broad resources, providing accurate results in a timely, cost effective manner.

Why would someone need to conduct a skip trace?

Because using an experienced professional might be the only way to find those whom you seek.

Who has the need to skip trace?

Skip traces are needed by individuals and business who are having difficulty finding someone. Most commonly, skip traces are conducted by the following:

  • Insurance Agencies
  • Attorneys
  • Estate Executors
  • Relatives
  • Friends
  • Banks
  • Rental Agencies
  • Debt Collectors
  • Courts of Law
  • Accounts Receivable
What is the turnaround time?

Skip tracing can often be completed within the same business day as the request. However, more complex cases often involve investigating multiple leads, such as tracking down relatives or associates of the subject. In such a case, the investigation may take longer, especially if the "skip" is intentionally hiding.

Where can skip traces be conducted by IR-6?

IR-6 can trace skips anywhere in the 50 states.

Skip tracing is the process of locating the whereabouts of a person. The term "skip" comes from the idiomatic expression "to skip town" and refers to a person who has changed locations without identifying their destination.