Employment Search


Employment Searches are useful in attaching to a judgment debtor’s wages; it includes employer name, address and telephone number.

Employment Search

Luckily, it’s not hard to find someone’s place of employment.  As long as you work with the right people — ideally, a team of  private investigators — you can get the information you need in as little as a few business days.

But how exactly do you go through this process?

Let’s start with the basics — like the information a good investigator needs to properly search for someone’s current place of employment.

Before our investigators can do anything, they’ll need you to provide a few basic details — like the person’s name and current address (if available).  If you have the person in question’s date of birth, phone number, or other identifying information, they can all be helpful during an employment check; but, none of these things are required for you to move forward with your search.

Our team of investigators will be able to verify where someone is employed, along with its address and phone number.  This search won’t include the person’s specific salary information, but our investigators will be able to tell you if the person in question has been paid any wages recently, or if they are receiving unemployment benefits, disability payments, or social security income.