Bank account search
Your Bank Account Asset Search Specialists.
A Very Private Eye is your resource for locating bank accounts and other financial assets from a licensed asset investigator who will provide the details of bank accounts of persons and companies of interest. Here is what you can expect to find with a bank account search.
1- Bank name (such as Bank of America, Chase and Wells Fargo)
2 - Branch location (such as 123 Main Street, New York, NY 10026)
3 - Account balances (at the time of the research)
There are a number of reasons why you might legitimately require this data: Our bank account searches disclose the financial institutions' name, branch location and balance. Does your subject have an account about which you don't know. Within the site you'll learn how to find bank accounts with the help of one of our financial private investigators.
Pre-litigation, to establish financial viability when considering a suit. As the old saying goes,"you can't get water from a stone." Do your due diligence before investing or partnering with unknown
entities and persons.
Ongoing litigation, such as a commercial dispute or a family matter. Are you going through divorce or child support hearings and need to know if your spouse (or ex-spouse) is being truthful in their financial affidavits. Post-litigation, such as collection on a judgment. A judgment in your favor is great to have but nearly worthless if you don't have assets identified against which you can to collect. A bank account asset search may be just what you need.
Our tangible asset / liability profile is your answer to the question "What fixed assets and liabilities does the subject have ?" This report reveals real property, corporations, vehicles and watercraft owned by the subject. It will also tell you if the subject has declared bankruptcy or has existing liens or judgments - important to know if you want to get money out of them!
Our brokerage research discloses the funds' name and balance. Did the subject purchase a stock or mutual fund without you knowing about it. Our report will provide details of many types of portfolio accounts, such as 401ks, IRAs, bonds and other holdings.