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There are legal and illegal ways to conduct bank account research. Asset investigations must follow the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA) and Dodd-Frank Act. All information that we provide to you is following these laws. When choosing a company for search requests, you want to make sure that they comply with all state and federal laws.


There are many reasons why asset investigations are performed. These can be locating public records, discovering or verifying personal property or real estate held by a corporation. Asset investigations also uncover liquid assets, and hard property. Investigations can uncover corporate entities, and prospective liabilities that may be tied to the corporation or a person. Bank investigations are conducted to help individuals or companies satisfy their due diligence, settle personal injury cases, and collect a debt (judgment). They can also verify financial statements during a divorce or (domestic) child support case. For business owners, an asset check can reveal the state of a person or company’s financial assets.

Partnerships and Firms

If you are considering going into a partnership with a partner or firm it’s important to know if the information provided to you is accurate.  

Conducting an asset investigation can provide you with the evidence you need to determine if someone is financially stable and are being transparent. Much of our research has found financial statements online, and hidden bank accounts as well as Businesses.

We are happy to accommodate your inquiries at Fullcircle Investigations Inc.

Contact us today and benefit from our commitment-free preliminary consultation.

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