Missing Person Investigator
Locating missing persons is a search conducted to find the current whereabouts and uncover the contact information of a missing person. Whether the reasons are personal, medical, or financial, you’ve made the decision to find someone important to you. You thought it would be hard but now the search looks even more daunting. Don’t worry, we are here to help.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who benefits from these searches?
There are many reasons why someone would contact TCI to locating missing persons.
Adoption, family reunions, financial responsibility, reunited friendship, moral responsibility are just a few of the circumstances.
What separates Third Coast Investigations from the rest?
We don’t just plug in a name in our databases and hand over a report. We have a very high accuracy for finding individuals and missing persons. This is done through taking the necessary time to contact the subject, their family members and neighbors to verify all information before turning over our findings to you. Don’t waste your hard-earned money with online databases. These simply don’t do justice to what a private investigator can accomplish.
What information do I need to provide?
The more information you provide to us, the faster and more accurate the procedure is. Some basic info for us to start:
• Full name
• Social Security Number
• Date of birth
• Last known address
• Last known employer
• Vehicle and driver’s license information
• Recent photograph
• Any other information you have available. Even little details can prove to be greatly beneficial.
Is there someone we can’t find?
Certainly. People who frequently change their name, use aliases, change residences, or use alternate social security numbers complicate things. It is a small percentage. We have access to data, sources and other specialists to aid in our effort. Trust in Third Coast Investigations’ experience, persistence, and resources to find the person you are looking for.
Unfortunately, there is no definite answer. Some people are harder to locate than others. This can go into weeks, and even months. Those who take extraordinary steps not to be found (wanted by law enforcement, hiding from creditors, drug users, or other unique circumstances) can require more time and work to locate than the average person. We ask that you provide as much information as possible to we can give you an accurate time frame and cost.
How much do you charge?
We charge a flat rate for the easier or less intensive searches, and bill a hourly rate for the more complex and time consuming searches. Every case is different and we ask that you give us a call so we can accurately quote you a price.