Uncover Hidden Assets
Vcheck Global helps clients involved in litigation from judgments locate assets across the U.S. and internationally for clients in various industries from banking to legal to accounting.
Our highly skilled investigators can find contract disputes, follow the money on potentially fraudulent investment deals, and locate assets globally including properties, residences, vehicles, vessels, aircraft, retirement accounts, bank accounts, trusts, and estates. All assets uncovered are presented with associated debts and legal action taken against the entity or individual.
Navigate Regulations to Reveal Hidden Wealth
When choosing Vcheck Global to conduct an asset search on a subject, rest assured that our investigators are skilled in ethical methods of obtaining reliable information and know the ins and outs of various jurisdictional restrictions. Intricate federal statute prohibits certain techniques for tracing bank accounts, making it easy for unskilled investigators to break the law.
Uncovering assets and liabilities involves a multifaceted approach to gathering intelligence, from pulling court filings located anywhere in the world to accessing public records to reveal intelligence including but not limited to driving history, vehicle registrations, firearms permits, and real property ownership.
Intricate federal statute prohibits certain techniques for tracing bank accounts, making it easy for unskilled investigators to break the law.
In the heated pressure of a lawsuit whose defendant claims not to have assets, it is imperative for the plaintiff to cautiously navigate the law to uncover sources of wealth. For example, our investigators have assisted law firms to identify and verify assets that a defendant had been hiding through the use of an alias.
Vcheck Global investigators know how to uncover potentially hidden assets while meeting the requirements of the Fair Credit Reporting Act, the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, the Financial Services Modernization Act, and the Right to Financial Privacy Act.