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How To team up With Bounty Hunters?
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Author:  ltreman [ Mon 29 Feb 2016 19:27 ]
Post subject:  How To team up With Bounty Hunters?

I love tracking people, my favorite game was to play call of duty black ops and try to find people's work and home addresses and message them with them. I think it would be a fun hobby to track down criminals with my computer stalking skills. How can I go about this, and are there any legal issues that I should know of?

Author:  ChuckJ [ Mon 29 Feb 2016 19:31 ]
Post subject:  Re: How To team up With Bounty Hunters?

Legal issues and stalking in the same post says it all....

Have a look at the following link and then come back here afer reading everything.

Author:  ltreman [ Mon 29 Feb 2016 20:10 ]
Post subject:  Re: How To team up With Bounty Hunters?

I'm more interested in the digital tracking of people.

for example:

Curtis F Lyman

83 Midway Park Rd Se, Silver Creek, Georgia

308 Taylorsville Road, Aragon, Georgia

83 Midway Park Road, Silver Creek, Georgia
548 Files Hill Road, Thorndike, Maine Troy, Maine


Elva Joyce Lyman , Krystle Leigh Lyman , Paul W Lyman , Warren D Lyman

Now I was playing around with Krystle Leigh Lyman's data and she was apparently arrested recently with a 34 year old guy who looks a lot like her brother. this guy is named Brian Cox who is also 34.
Brian Cox

https://www.facebook.com/AustinCrimeWat ... %22O%22%7D

It's a big maybe.

Here are some phone numbers said to be his.

706-232-3787 , 770-298-1089

Author:  ChuckJ [ Mon 29 Feb 2016 20:55 ]
Post subject:  Re: How To team up With Bounty Hunters?

What you are referring to is skip tracing. There's a market for that in this industry, however discretion is needed, posting info about people in a public forum that will show up in a google search down the road is not discreet. As professional investigators most of us have Accurint or other search accounts that offer relationship diagrams. However, as I mentioned there may be a use for a good skip tracer to save time.

Author:  tsuggs [ Tue 01 Mar 2016 19:29 ]
Post subject:  Re: How To team up With Bounty Hunters?

What info you can find in "public areas" is available to others also. So most bondsmen and hunters use those techniques first.

Then if need be, they use a data service like Chuck mentioned that is not available to the general public that has even more information on subjects.

So, not to throw water on your ambition but, most of us already have the ability to "track" people we are looking for.

If you want to make this a career, then you should try to find work with a bail bond agency.

Author:  RCrew [ Wed 02 Mar 2016 10:55 ]
Post subject:  Re: How To team up With Bounty Hunters?

Also, in some states, even skip tracing falls under the Private Investigation laws and would require that you be licensed as such. Many states are now prosecuting unlicensed private investigators. Even if it is legal to skip trace without a license in your area, offering that information across state lines is a potential violation of state law on the other end. Knowing the law wherever you offer services is vital to avoid prosecution and possible jail time.

Author:  zer0remedy [ Thu 03 Mar 2016 08:11 ]
Post subject:  Re: How To team up With Bounty Hunters?

Mr. Treman,, I can appreciate your enthusiasm but soak in what these gentleman are saying. One small slip up, in this field can cause you to end up behind bars yourself. There are some counties in Michigan, that will lock you up if you are doing recoveries with out a bail bonding/private investigation license. So yes, there will be legal issues you need to be aware of. And I can also assure you that 90% of recovery is not searching addresses on the internet. And if you do start doing recovery work, taking your local "thugs" won't do the trick.

If you are interested in getting into this field,, do some homework!! You've been wanting to get into this field for over three years; what have you learned about it so far?? Those that are successful in this field, read and gather information. Contact a local bondsman and see if they will hire/train you. All else fails, contact me with a resume and I'll have you fill out an app. Not saying I'll use you but I may. I did start off right here on FRN. In any case,. good luck to you sir and be careful out there.

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