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Search for Unknown Bank, Saving, Brokerage & Offshore Accounts
Enforce a Civil Judgment for Collections, Levies, Liens, or Garnish
Surveillance of an Individual, Business or Workers’ Comp
Insurance Carriers, TPA’s, Law Firms, Employers & Municipalities
Surviving Litigation… “Never ask a question to which you do not know an answer.”
Always conduct an independent verification, get a background investigation to make sure you’re making a decision based on facts. When presented with information, whether it is to uncover deception, verify an executive’s credentials, finding inaccurate or incomplete information on a designated experts CVs, vendor screening, or social network level investigation on a claimant. A thorough background investigation from Stryker can provide a substantial understanding of an individual or business. Our research and background investigators search online databases, civil cases, liens or bankruptcy filings, social media, and visit courthouses throughout the country to review and collect public documents. After the information is collected it is organized into a structured, clear and concise report. These searches give a requesting agent a detailed picture of an individual’s background or a corporation’s history. This can serve to inform you about your risk potential and on how it might affect a current claim or case. Talk to a professional Private Investigator regarding whatever service you might need.
We offer a variety of background check and search options to meet your specific needs.
SOME OF STRYKER’S RESOURCES FOR BACKGROUND INVESTIGATIONS AND CHECKS
- Social Security Trace
- County Sheriff Office for CCW
- Utility Service Providers
- Secretary of State Corporation records search
- County Recorders Office
- County Property Records
- Social Media Search
- State Bar Associations
- Statewide criminal record search* State limitations may apply.
- Federal criminal records search* State limitations may apply.
- Civil History records search
- Statewide department of correction criminal search
- Wants and Warrants – A private Sector Search
- National Sex Offender Registry
- Workers’ Compensation history check – *Not available in CT, GA, MI, MO, MS, NC, NJ, NY, PA, TN, WA, WI. Release may be required.
- ABA Routing Numbers
List of Alumni Search Websites
- Alumni Archive – This website provides a comprehensive set of alumni feature such as a class directory, reunion post, message post, Military/DOD Profiles And Directory, Extensive Photo, Reunion and Movie Galleries, Year Book Archive, In-Memoriam list, Class Statistics, Activity Reporting, Polls, Jokes, Stories, Comics, Horoscopes and more. Has links to many alumni websites nationwide.
- Alumni.NET – A global alumni registry that includes millions or registered alumni from over 100,000 organizations around the world.
- ClassMates.com – Lists United States and Canadian schools, both domestic and international. Classmates.com is a leader in online social networking. The website connects millions of members throughout the U.S. and Canada with friends and acquaintances from school, work and the military.
- Graduates.com – Find fellow alumni by searching hundreds of thousands of schools, colleges and universities from over 200 countries.
- Our Class Online – Provides tools that quickly empower you and your classmates to create a reunion website to assist you in reuniting class mates.
- Reunion Announcements – A free public announcement service for reunion committees and professional reunion planners to announce upcoming high school reunions.
- Reunion.com – Lists US high schools and Canadian high schools. Alumni and people search services available as well.
Why Do People Lie?
We like to believe that a few bad apples spoil the virtuous bunch. But research shows that everyone cheats a little—right up to the point where they lose their sense of integrity. Over the past decade or so, my colleagues and I have taken a close look at why people cheat, using a variety of experiments and looking at a panoply of unique data sets—from insurance claims to employment histories to the treatment records of doctors and dentists. What we have found, in a nutshell: Everybody has the capacity to be dishonest, and almost everybody cheats—just by a little. Except for a few outliers at the top and bottom, the behavior of almost everyone is driven by two opposing motivations. On the one hand, we want to benefit from cheating and get as much money and glory as possible; on the other hand, we want to view ourselves as honest, honorable people. Sadly, it is this kind of small-scale mass cheating, not the high-profile cases, that is most corrosive to society.
Mr. Ariely is the James B. Duke Professor of Behavior Economics at Duke University
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