The 1 Big Problem with Debtor Tracing

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Find UK People® is a specialist debtor tracing agency and indeed we specialize in tracing services and tracing services only. We do not bolt on other services and we try to innovate in the tracing market to bring solutions to a stale and unregulated market.


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Debt recovery explained


One of the biggest problems that have recently come to light is the “denied at door status” for debt recovery cases. Let me explain, where a debtor is traced by a tracing agent to a current address and the judgment and enforcement uses that supplied address, by the time the enforcement agent arrives there have been numerous notifications and letters to pre-warn the debtor. As such some debtors being forwarned initiate a deceptive tactic of denying at the door that the subject is resident, for example:


  • Producing false or fake ID documents
  • Using a partner to deny the subject lives at the address
  • Using a friend or flatmate to deny the status


With the recent bad press where enforcement agents have pressed third parties and in light of recent legislation enforcement agents are wary, and rightly so, of pressing the third party and tend to return the case for rechecking. But in 99% of cases, the recheck transpires to be the correct subject at the correct and current address and the subject has been denied at the door.

Find UK People® has a new innovative solution where we will supply with a current address the current pictures for the subject and the subject’s known partner which can be passed to an enforcement agent or bailiff to help avoid the denied at door status.

As the old saying goes a picture paints a thousand words.



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