New Skip Tracing Site Helps People Find Missing Friends
The Skip Tracing Tool's technology used by collection agencies to find people is now available online to everyone.
(PRWEB) November 02, 2012
New website now provides everyday people with access to data that used to be available to collection agencies only. The website, http://skiptracingtool.com provides access to resources that would have been impossible to use 10 years ago. The data available instantly locates people with up to date information on anyone in the USA.
"Everyday people are now able to access our vast database on current address history." says Media Relations Manager Scott Paxton of the SkipTracingTool.com website. Our new site allows people to track down old friends and relatives with the same accuracy relied on by collection agencies nationwide.
People from all walks of life are using the site's database to find people they have lost contact with. Recently it was a resource for an adopted person who used the site to track down their birth parents, as stated by Jessica Wilkon of Rapid Valley, South Dakota who used the tool to help find her biological parents.
The service is open to anyone in the USA; but it will require more than just a name. In order to sift through the billions of records the site still requires a Date of Birth or Social Security Number for the person being searched.
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