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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.

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PRBC Consumer Report with FICO Expansion Score provides property data, bank account data and employment information.

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Asset Recovery / Repossessions: Invaluable Information for Finding a Debtor

Work Place Information - Invaluable Information for Finding a Debtor

When address and phone searches have failed - locating a person's place of employment can be invaluable information for tracking down an individual.

To locate a debtor's place of employment, we recommend the following products for your asset recovery business:

Employment Search - WorkPoint

MicroBilt offers your asset recovery business WorkPoint, an employment search report designed to locate individuals through a search of business-related information. This skip tracing report provides nearly 300 million records of people connected with businesses to locate information about the subject that will assist you in finding a place of employment. Currently, WorkPoint has possible places of employment for 108 million people.

Batch Processing

MicroBilt Batch Collection solutions are customizable to help the asset recovery business reduce manual searches, decrease unprofitable collections and better allocate resources. MicroBilt offers batch processing for many of our data sources.

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