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June 15, 2020

Tracking Down Your Family & Long-Lost Friends During Difficult Times

With the coronavirus pandemic going on all over the world now, it’s clear that we are living in a strange and somewhat scary time. Concerns over public health have caused fear and uneasiness all over. Adding to these worries is the fact that the supermarket shelves are dwindling because people are panic buying. No one knows what will happen in the coming months or when this crisis will be over.

Here at Australian Investigation, we have helped a lot of people, especially during the most trying times of their lives. In our many years of experience, we’ve learned that it is during the most challenging moments that people want to re-establish contact with estranged relatives and old friends.

Getting in touch with someone you care about the most, whether they’re a family member, an old flame, or a long-lost friend, can somehow help to give us comfort during these hard times. Now that we’re in the midst of a coronavirus pandemic, it’s not surprising to see that many people are trying to re-establish connection with old friends and family.

You would think that locating someone from your past should be easy now that we have the Internet. But it’s a different story if an investigator is trying to locate debtors and fraudsters. It is indeed difficult to track people who generally do not want to be found and will do everything they can to conceal their identity.

But there may be some people in your life that you have been trying to locate to no avail. This is where Australian Investigation can step in to help. As always, every case we handle presents new challenges and there are situations that can make our investigation process even more challenging.

Our private investigators are equipped with the right tools and researches to locate individuals. We have access to several databases that can provide information regarding residents and citizens of Australia.

So far, we have been successful in locating individuals through careful search and analysis of the records we have obtained from these databases. But we know that database searches alone are not enough. We may need to do further inquiries just to locate certain individuals.

If you are unable to locate a certain person, whether she is a family member, friend, past colleague, or pretty much anyone, you should enlist our services. Save yourself from all the troubles because if you’re not trained for this task, you’ll just end up wasting a lot of time and effort.

To ensure the best results, it’s important that you provide us with all the relevant details right at the start of the investigation. We need you to provide us with all the actual details of the subject and how you were able to obtain the information. If you can’t afford to pay for the services, the investigator can offer free consultation and share some tips on how you can successfully locate the person yourself.

Australian Investigation has helped hundreds of clients locate missing individuals across the country. Our private investigators are qualified and licensed to conduct investigations and surveillance in order to locate missing individuals. We guarantee your confidentiality so there’s no need to worry about the person finding out that he or she is being investigated.

Most of the job that we do here at Australian Investigation has something to do with locating missing persons. We are proud to say that we are experts in this field. In fact, we enjoy the process that comes with putting puzzle pieces together. Below are some testimonials we received in our many years of operating as private investigators.

“Hi! I would like to thank you for your help. The LinkedIn account and the addresses you gave me were that of my dad and he’s truly very happy that we have gotten in touch. He was looking for me as well. Unfortunately, he got my name wrong. But thank you for finally made contact.”

 “Good morning! I was so happy to have finally spoken to my brother last time after so many years of not hearing from him. Thank you for making this reunion a success. It’s a dream come true for me and I still can’t believe that it’s really happening!”

How to Locate an Old Friend

Have you lost touch with a dear friend, perhaps an old classmate, colleague, or a buddy you use to work with? Or perhaps, you’ve got some estranged family member somewhere and you believe that it’s about time to kiss and make up. We can help you with this. In fact, we refer to this operation as “Old Friend Locate Investigation.”

Our licensed investigators will do their best to help you get in touch with people you thought you wouldn’t be able to speak again. If you’ve made personal attempts to look for them in social media and failed, you might as well leave it to us.

Before we start with the operation, we’re going to ask you a few important questions, such as the following:

  • What’s the full name of the person?
  • When was the last time you spoke to each other?
  • What’s the city or state that the person used to live in?
  • Can you provide any information about the person’s family?

Your answers to these questions can help us to gauge the probability of us locating that person.

As for the missing persons that we’re trying to find, there are various reasons why they may have fallen off the grid.

Others are simply avoiding any of their family members and some people are trying to hide from legal and financial responsibilities. We’ve had so many clients before who are looking for someone who owes them sums of money, so this is not new to us.

It’s also possible that the reason why you can’t locate the person is that he or she has simply fallen out of touch, either because the person has moved to a new place or has totally forgotten about you. Whatever the situation is, we can assure you that we will be able to help you locate old relatives, colleagues, or any of your past acquaintances.

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