New Links to our Partners Page

Posted: October 31, 2014 in Uncategorized

We have added some new links to our partner page. We have added several attorneys and another collection software company. Please visit us at

Would you like to be added? We will add you if you would be kind enough to reciprocate.

Business Development

Posted: October 29, 2014 in Uncategorized

Originally posted on Skiptraceconsultant's Blog:

I get calls on a daily basis from people that want to know how to improve their business and how can I help them market their businesses. I have been working with a company and have also decided that video marketing is the way to go. .

I just produced this really great marketing video for my business. Here is the link for you to check out I was able to strike up a great deal with the company producing them. It’s usually a cost of $995 for the marketing video. I was able to negotiate a group rate for all members of $595 each. If you would like to take advantage of this and would like one, the link is Just select the group you are in.

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Originally posted on Skiptraceconsultant's Blog:

I would like to share this article from Collections and Credit Risk written by Darren Waggoner This spells out that the debt-buyers are not effectively auditing their files that have been placed with agencies. This also means that agency owners are not being proactive and having their files audited. While I know that many of the agency owners are being compliant, many are unable to review collector files on a regular basis, they are unable to monitor all the calls. This is why agency’s are being shuttered, and fined hundreds of thousands of dollars. My question is would you spend $10,000. to save hundreds of thousands of dollars? Would you spend $10,000 to prevent your business from being shut down? We have the solutions: Please take a few minutes and review the to links and then answer this questions.

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What does an employer look for?

Posted: October 20, 2014 in Uncategorized

I would like to find out what an employer is looking for. Recently I sent my resume and a cover letter to many of my LinkedIn connections. What is wrong?

I have cleaned up my resume from three (3) pages to one. It looks a lot more presentable.
I am willing to relocate for a company.
I am willing to travel up to 75% of the time.
Many people are not seeking to do those.
With everything there is a sacrifice. I will make it.

Are you seeking experience? I have it. 35 years in the collection industry.
From starting as a collector to management, sales and business development.
My resume is still at If you want a hard copy just ask for one.
Do you want to reach out to me. My email is
My phone is 954-290-6976. Please feel free to call me at anytime.

The New Position

Posted: October 9, 2014 in Uncategorized

In the last several months while working to build Skiptrace Consultants, Inc ( I have also been seeking a new position.

Many of you know me by name and reputation as having built some of the most successful groups here on LinkedIn. Now it is time for me to put that to work.

One of my many strengths is business development. I know how to get past the gatekeeper and get to the decision maker. I have been doing that for many years.
I have also for many years been stubborn about the opportunity to relocate for the right opportunity. At this point after 35 years in South Florida, it is time to say enough. I am willing to relocate for the right opportunity.
Now that I have said that and am open to the relocation, perhaps you will now take a look at my resume and say that your company has the right position. My resume can be found online at If you would like a hard copy then please send me and email to and put hard copy in the subject line.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Skiptracing. What is it?

Posted: October 1, 2014 in Uncategorized

Over the years I have noticed that many people do not know what skiptracing is or what is involved. When a person disappears without a trace, they are called a skip. Certainly not illegal to do. Tracing them down and locating them is another story, thus the term skiptracing.

Skiptracing is an art. It is locating people mostly for the purpose of debt collection, or wage garnishment. However those are not the only purposes. Sometimes it may be as simple as needing a signature on a deed, or mortgage note. They may also have money coming to them. There are adoptions, reunions, and even finding your best friend from WWII.

All of these purposes and more are all part of skiptracing. This is not a just a database search. It is time consuming research to locate individuals that may not want to be found. While databases are great and there are some very fine ones out there, you need to be cognizant of the fact that the data may not always be accurate.
It takes a skilled investigator time to VERIFY the data and to be able to put it all into a report for the client.

Time is money and there are cost factors with everything. While we do not offer a free service in most instances we are less expensive than some of the competition out there and perhaps more expensive that others. What we guarantee is that the data you receive from us is VERIFIED and VALID at the time we provide it to you. We do not guarantee that the information will remain the same in 90 days. A lot could happen during that time.

We do provide new addresses if any, phones, jobs. We also find out if they are dead or in jail. This is all information that helps you plan your next step.

I urge you to look at our website: and judge for yourself.

Vendor Testing

Posted: September 29, 2014 in Uncategorized

I would like to know what the standard operating procedure is for a vendor to be tested. I have spoken recently with several companies and they would like to test my company. To me that is fine, but they would like to give us 100 cases for example to be worked at no charge.
Now I have done that in the past only to be told that they found someone for less money.
We do our work manually as everything has to be verbally verified.
The databases are a great tool and they do help, but the information does need to be verified.
There is a cost factor involved and time as well. Any ideas how to approach this?

While I do not want to lose a potential client, I also don’t want to be losing money either.