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How to Conduct a Bank Locate Investigation

An Investigative Approach to Locating a Person's Bank Account
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Platform: Udemy
Video: 3h 5m
Language: English
Next start: On Demand

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Description

This is a full banking investigation course. From debt collectors to private investigators to judgment holders and more, learn the tricks of the trade to conduct a bank locate investigation. A few years ago I didn’t know much in regards to conducting bank locates. I called in a bunch of favors and was met with silence. I learned that many professionals were subbing out the bank locate work and didn’t actually know how to perform the investigation themselves. Through hours of reading and over a thousand dollars in trial and error, I finally was able to develop a successful system. I’m going to save you that time and money and condense it all into a 3 hour course for $199, less than the cost of most bank locates.

This course will combine on screen tutorials with several lectures to teach you how to conduct a bank locate investigation. We’re going to talk about traditional and non-tradition methods to find where someone banks. Learn to search Facebook efficiently for this information and take a deep dive into publicly available bankruptcy reports to see not just the banking information, but data points that you may not have thought to check out. You’ll be shown how to search a credit report for banking information and how to validate that information. Learn how to conduct a non GLB violation call to local banks to determine if an individual banks with them.

This course is currently accredited in the state of Oklahoma for 3.25 CE hours.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out.

You will learn

✓ Conduct bank account locates
✓ Verify bank locates
✓ Where to find other financial assets
✓ Osint techniques

Requirements

• Basic computer skills
• The ability to confirm your state’s laws before taking an action
• A basic level of investigation experience is helpful, but not required

This course is for

• Debt Collectors
• Private Investigators
• Law Enforcement
• Journalism
• Osint
• Investigation
Judgment Recovery Specialist
My name is Eric Neal. I have been in the collections field for over 15 years now. I started off in corporate due diligence and covert / overt security for 4 years. In 2005, I moved over to judgment recovery at a collection agency in Massachusetts. I’ve worked at several different agencies and eventually opened up my own in 2010, while still contracting at agencies for another 2 years. Over the years I’ve had the opportunity to mentor several individuals in the collections and investigation industry and just recently decided to start doing video courses.
Platform: Udemy
Video: 3h 5m
Language: English
Next start: On Demand

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