TOTAL Asset & Skip Tracing

Total Credit are one of the leading organizations specialising in Asset Tracing. We have extensive experience of fraud investigations and tracing assets. We also have extensive experience of tracing assets of individuals / companies who are evading their creditors.

For centuries debtors have attempted to conceal assets from their creditors and evade paying debts. From the creditors’ perspective, there may be no point commissioning potentially costly litigation without knowing whether the debtors have assets.

In order to make informed decisions Total Credit can establish a detailed picture of the true financial assets of the debtor. This can potentially assist the creditor in realising previously unknown assets.

Total Credit have significant multi-jurisdictional experience identifying and tracing assets held by individuals and corporates.

In determining assets, hidden or real wealth, our team are skilled and experienced in investigating:
  • Property (Hong Kong & Offshore)
  • Investments including shares and bonds
  • Trusts
  • Directorships
  • Assets hidden by ownership by connected individuals, companies or corporate entities

Total Credit are a founding partner of the Global Credit Solutions (GCS) Group, since 2000 and have access to unique specialized databases.

Skip Tracing
In today’s market with potential levels of debt means it’s essential that you are able to make contact with your clients as soon as you realise there is a problem. Total Credit understands that in many cases, timing is critical as the debts you wish to recover may not be recoverable if the debtor is not traced in time. Total Credit can help you solve problems with locating debtors, “gone-away” cases and missing people. Our Skip Tracing service can help you reduce the number of accounts that are written off simply due to the lack of known address information.

As well as obtaining more accurate information which can be used to improve collection results, Total Credit’s Skip Tracing service can confirm:
  • The correct name, address and telephone number of the customer
  • The customer’s current or last known occupation
  • Names of relatives, friends or trade references
  • Details of any other disputes over debt
  • Any information about the filings of a bankruptcy or the possibility that they may file one
  • Nicknames or Aliases