Our individual or business bank account search includes all banking institutions identified to us as possibly held in the subject’s name, and also includes a general search using the subject’s name and identification information.
Note: We cannot obtain domestic banking or investment institution information in violation of federal banking privacy laws pertaining to banks and investment institutions, including without limitation the Financial Services Modernization Act of 1999, commonly known as the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act; and, in particular, the financial privacy rules codified at 15 U.S. Code §§ 6801-6809; and the provisions of 15 USC §§ 6821-6827, and related statutes.
Recent federal legislation has made obtaining bank account information more challenging. Some investigators will tell you the Graham-Leach-Bliley restrictions make obtaining bank balances impossible. Not true! But it does take some thorough investigation work, and there are stringent limits on how the information is obtained. There are legal methods of obtaining this information. Sometimes it takes a little extra time.
You must provide us with all known accounts when you submit the request. If collecting on a judgment, we need the court case information.
This is a statewide search. Nationwide bank account searches are available for an additional fee. Contact us for a quote.
You must provide us with all known accounts when you submit the request. If collecting on a judgment, we need the lawsuit name, court and names of all the parties. We cannot start work on a judgment enforcement case with this information.
Your order always includes a written report of our findings.