How to find someone
There are many ways of tracing a person open to you, in the public domain, that you should consider using.
If you fail to find your debtor the information you obtain could help a professional tracing agent.
Effective tracing is a blend of an art and a science. Tracing agents have access to extensive databases including government records and credit bureau files. Even if your debtor is highly evasive or there is a lack of information tracing agents are devotees to the art of tracing people and a skilled agent will locate even the most elusive of individuals and "gone aways".
https://www.google.co.uk - Google Search enables you to hunt for text in publicly accessible documents offered by web servers. Enter the name or other data you hold about your debtor and view what information is available in the public domain.
https://www.facebook.com/FacebookUK - This is the most used social networking service by worldwide monthly active users. Your debtor may use this service to broadcast their whereabouts.
https://twitter.com/TwitterUK - An online social networking service that enables its users to send and read text-based messages of up to 140 characters, known as "tweets". Your debtor may use this service to broadcast their whereabouts to their friends.
https://uk.linkedin.com - A social networking website for people based around their work and employment. Your debtor may be registered on this service.
White Pages UK
http://www.whitepages.co.uk - White pages utilise the UK's official Telephone Directory database, along with the Electoral Roll 2002-2012 (also known as Electoral Register or voters roll) to ensure our phone number and address finder offers the most reliable source of telephone and address records to help you search for people.
http://www.friendsreunited.co.uk - The Friends Reunited site aims to reunite people who have in common a school, university, address, workplace, sports club or armed service, the Dating and Jobs sister sites link members with similar attributes, interests and/or locations.
http://www.192.com - The site helps you find residential addresses, phone numbers and other household occupants and lets you search Electoral Rolls from 2002 to 2013, Directory Enquiries, business searches, Director Reports and the Birth, Marriage & Death registers.
Online Ancestry sites
Many family trees are in the public domain so if you know anything about your debtor's family you may find this site helpful in finding names of relatives that may then be located using one of the other services.
Professional Tracing Agents
We are able to offer a comprehensive tracing service giving detailed information about an individuals or company's location.