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What are the Free Private Investigator Tools


Most of professional Private investigators are using many tools to solved there cases. There are many latest and high range tools available in market.


Most of professional Private investigators are using many tools to solved there cases. There are many latest and high range tools available in market. If they Investigations such case and researching personal data like age, martial status, birthplace, address, phone number and criminal history. There are some free tools available on online, for using those tools they can easily found all the details.

There are four top free tools that can be used by any Private investigators

Online People Search

If any person is missing than find he or she is the key part of the investigation. Now most of private investigators search them online, there are many website are available on online like zabasearch.com and usa-people-search.com both website provide all details about us citizen with minimal effort. Both of these sites allow searches by either a partial or full name. In returned this website provides address, phone number, age, birth date and email addresses. People search sites are a great starting point for investigation.

Search Information in Court

Most of states and cities provide information regarding criminal proceedings and civil court filings free online. You will get all details on court website; there is an option for public searches if they need any information or document. With the help of website you can easily found all details that you required. You can search this court website on search engine like yahoo, google.

Property Records

Property records details are best way to find person residence and his location; you will track down a person easily. These records are available through the tax collector for a county or city. You can find any details or information on the tax collector's website. This office can be found by performing a web search for the tax collector's office or public property appraiser in the area where the investigated person may own property. This information may include the number of properties owned, value and, in some cases, diagrams of the floor plan.

Search Engines

General search engines such as Bing or Google can provide information about businesses and people. Data from these search engines may include business information such as number of employees, business type, and location. Mapping functions on these search engines may provide either aerial or street level pictures of the location of the investigated.

  
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