Skip Tracing - A Bounty Hunter's Biggest Job
A day in the life of a Bounty Hunter consists of whole lot of “skip tracing”, a tactic used to trace a fugitive who skipped on a bail bond and is working hard to avoid you, the Bounty Hunter. What does skip tracing entail? It can be used in all types of scenarios and especially when a debt is involved. In our case we are talking about a fugitive who has debt with a bail bondsman. A Bounty Hunter uses skip tracing to collect and analyze as much relevant information as possible to track the target. Finding the target is the goal of the fugitive recovery business.
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Bounty Hunting can be competitive. If one Bounty Hunter is a better skip tracer than another he will find the fugitive first and collect the reward. We at Become-a-Bounty-Hunter feel it is our duty to show you the most practical ways of being an efficient skip tracer so you will find your fugitive first. A successful skip trace looks something like this:
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