I have used Martin Investigative Services since returning to the practice of law. Their work is first rate! Their reports are reliable, and if called upon to testify, Martin’s investigators are well prepared and extremely professional.
More data = Better results.
Martin Investigative Services has compiled the largest database of public information in the United States, and can use it to maximize the chances of finding your lost person.
Most search services use only 1 or 2 data sources. Martin Investigative Services access hundreds of databases at one time.
When you want a no-nonsense, one-stop locate service, choose Martin Investigative Services.
Why choose Martin Investigative Services for locate services? If we can’t find them, they can’t be found.
Highest success rate.
In the industry.
Martin Investigative Services offers you the highest successful find rate in the industry, achieved through numerous proprietary data sources and investigators with decades of experience.
Or your money back.
If Martin Investigative Services can’t find your missing person, and you provide evidence that you found them on another commercially available locate service, you will be refunded 100% of your money back.
More data sources.
Hundreds of databases.
Whereas most services use 1 or 2 data sources, Martin Investigative Services has access to hundreds of databases at one time, across all 50 states, cities and counties.
888-US-UNITE is Martin Investigative Services’ expedient locate service.
Don’t have time to conduct your own search?
Looking for someone that you just can’t seem to find on your own?
All that’s needed to begin is one or more of the following:
- the individual’s name
- date of birth
- social security number
- last known address
The 888-US-UNITE service fee is $495 to locate each lost individual inside the U.S.
The price for an extensive asset search is $950.
Helping you locate people worldwide.
What information is required to conduct a people search?
One or more of the following is required: the individual’s name, date of birth, social security number, and/or last known address.
What types of locate cases do private investigators work?
Locate cases typically involved missing persons, runaway children and teenagers, friends and family members that have gone off the grid, or people that want to find a long lost love.
Why do people hire private investigators to find a lost person?
Some want to share important information, such as the death of a parent, or handling will and trust issues. Some want to relieve regret and apologize for poor behavior in the past. Some want to reconnect with trusted, loved people they spent a lot of time with in the military, high school, college, and neighborhoods. Some simply are curious, and want to know what happened to a person. Finally, adopted individuals sometimes choose to find their biological parents.
Case Study: Locate People
Los Angeles Lost Loves
A major metropolitan newspaper in Los Angeles hired Martin Investigative Services after reading an LA Times newspaper article which featured our work.
For an upcoming Valentine’s Day article, the editor provided a list of people to find – all former lovers who had become “lost”.
Martin Investigative Services’ private investigators located and reunited 5 couples (all of whom were not currently married).
Life is short, and these people just wanted the answer to the question, “what if?” The private investigators at Martin Investigative Services have helped find many such people over the years. Get in touch for your free, confidential consultation.
Martin in the news: Locate People
Derek Seehausen is a 26-year-old medical student that went missing on or about August 5, 2014. This is a collection of articles regarding the case.Details
Not everybody needs an attorney or thinks their mate is cheating on them. I’m hoping that people will read the three or four chapters that pertain to them at this particular point in their lives.Details
Thomas G. Martin appeared on KAAL-TV ABC6 News on May 11, 2016 to discuss the role of social media in law enforcement.Details
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