A Comprehensive Array of Data Products to Help you Quickly and Efficiently Find Debtors for Your Bankruptcy Law Practice
The Success of Your Collections is based on the quality of your information. MicroBilt's Collection services provide to your bankruptcy law practice extensive selection of collection data and services to increase the likelihood of a full recovery.
To Increase your bankruptcy law practice’s likelihood of locating a debtor, we recommend the following products:
With MicroBilt's selection of advanced People Search products, you can locate individuals, get name, age, date of birth, Social Security number, current address, current phone number, previous addresses, AKA's and date of death. MicroBilt's advanced People Search products check millions of public records like phone bills, electric bills, co-signers on leases and loans, etc. in order to help you find an individual and inform you of their personal history. The report contains credit bureau header files as well as over 200 telephone databases including 411 and the major telephone RBOCs.
The Trace Detail Report intensifies your skip tracing searches. The Trace Detail Report can verify the individual's address and will lead you to associates, neighbors and relatives to complete your collection efforts. When you only find traces of the individual, the Trace Detail report helps fill in the gaps. This report provides an in-depth trace on the individual or address. This offers your bankruptcy law practice a great advantage when having difficulty locating an individual.
Used in place of traditional credit bureau searches this report can speed up your debt recovery by combining multiple credit bureau information into one low-cost, easy to understand report.
The Bank & Debtor Locator can be used as a complement to Skip Tracing reports to track down current address information, as well as contact information for current grantors, so you quickly locate assets and take action. A custom MicroBilt report, the Bank & Debtor Locator integrates information from national databases for an invaluable collection tool. Source data includes consumer account opening and bank inquiry histories, bank and creditor contact information, employment information and trade line detail.