Skip Trace Sidelines
I previously had the pleasure as a contributing author for the textbook, Key Terms and Concepts for Investigation: A reference for Criminal, Private and Military Investigators and is now available on Kindle.
The September 15th class was full of fantastic people from all over the U.S. and I’m so grateful to have 70 new professional connections in my contact list. If you came out to the class and paid cash, please call me. There’s one person missing and I have a file to send you which wasn’t included on the flash drive.
Inside the book, the updated Ultimate Skip Trace list refers to a hashtag search and I didn’t cite my source of learning and I want to give special credit to Michelle Gomez for teaching me that. Michelle was covered by Wired in an article which presented her to the world as an incredibly beautiful and talented bounty hunter. I’m also proud to call her my friend. You can follow her on Twitter @msskiptracer.
Also, in the book, the link for NICB.org for the free search which you don’t have to register to use, is as follows:
There’s a new page on The Daily Skip. Check out the Explore tab and find other skip trace, debt recovery and repossession news sites and forums. The list will be growing so make sure to check back so you can discover many other great industry news sites.
Happy April Fool’s Day! All joking aside, I’ve confirmed a new Skip Trace Secrets Seminar date and it’s September 15th, 2016 at the Marriott Waterway in The Woodlands, Texas. The registration page is at Skiptrax.com and you’ll be able to purchase your seats via Eventbrite. Questions? Call me! 936-228-1965
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The April 2016 Houston Skip Trace class is rescheduled for later this year. Date to be announced.