Optimize your skip tracing, investigations, risk and fraud mitigation efforts
TLOxp® is the fastest and most efficient way to uncover, locate and verify information on individuals and businesses. With advanced tools and proprietary linking technology, TLOxp skip tracing software filters through billions of public and proprietary records to help you complete weeks or even months of legwork in seconds. This state-of-the-art technology can be used through a user-friendly and customizable online interface. Information can also be delivered immediately through direct API connections straight into your own software platform or though batch services for bulk data appends and searches.
Powerful data at your fingertips. TLOxp provides current and actionable information that can be used for identity verification, internal and external fraud prevention and detection, legislative compliance, and debt recovery.
TLOxp for Skip Tracing
Locate even the hardest to reach individuals and businesses using critical data that covers an estimated 95% of the U.S. populations, such as current phone numbers, addresses, relatives, associates, place of employment and much more. TLOxp skip tracing provides customizable solutions for accounts receivable management (ARM) participants, including credit issuers, collection agencies and law firms.
TLOxp for Investigations and Asset Recovery
Used by insurers, investigators, law enforcement, process servers, bail agents and more, TLOxp can help pinpoint subject locations, verify identities and uncover actionable intelligence in any type of case investigations from missing persons to fraud.
TLOxp for Due Diligence and Risk Mitigation
Whether you are a global corporation, financial institution or small business, the depth and scope of TLOxp’s database provides your company with the information needed to mitigate potential risks and help support AML/BSA compliance efforts to give you a competitive edge in the marketplace.
Information can vary by industry. Please contact a TLOxp representative for more information.
Names, aliases, SSNs, relatives and associates
Landlines and cell phones including listed and unlisted numbers
Current and historical addresses, and utility data
Assets including property, vehicles and more
Bankruptcies, foreclosures, liens, judgments and criminal histories
Place of employment and licenses, including professional licenses
Email addresses and social networks
Business information including assets, employees, DBAs and more