TLO vs. IRB vs. IDI – Which Provides the Best Phone Number Information?

By Brian Willingham

Guide to Hiring a Private Investigator

Telephone numbers and address information are the lifeblood of private investigators. Getting in touch with people either by phone or in person is absolutely essential to any private investigator, regardless of his or her area of specialization.

(Note: These databases are available primarily to private investigators, so this article is a bit nerdy for the layman. Don’t say I didn’t warn you!)

One type of work that we particularly focus on is identifying potential fact witnesses for interviews.

For example, we may be asked to identify former employees who can speak about issues at a company during the relevant time. If there is a major class action fraud case, a law firm might want to identify former employees of a particular company to be fact witnesses to verify, corroborate or testify to the inner workings of a company.

Or take a major traffic accident involving a tractor trailer. A law firm may want to speak to the trucking company’s former employees who can discuss safety issues, overworked drivers, policies and procedures or a history of rules violations.

Once these former employees have been identified, we need to get in touch with them. For firms that have an endless budget or an extremely sensitive topic (i.e., …read more

Source:: Pry-Eye