Tracing Missing People: Missing in Scotland!
Do You Have Scottish Connections!
There are many reasons why you may be searching for a missing person. Whether they are missing in Scotland or have Scottish connections Gengenie Research can help you to locate them wherever they are.
Perhaps your family members have become estranged through disagreements, divorce, bereavement or perhaps your family member has moved several times and you have lost touch throughout the years. It could be that you have merely lost touch and wonder how they are.
Individuals search for people for many different reasons, we can help you locate them! Often it can be due to a family situation that someone needs to make them aware of. Or it could be an upcoming occasion that needs to be addressed.
Many people need to trace a person to recover money or goods, need documents signed off, or want to speak to them about property or assets, our legal tracing service may be of interest. Their reasons are many, our searches remain the same, in-depth and accurate!
We Trace people for many reasons, some are listed below:
- Birth Marriage Death Searches
- Genealogy Searches
- Corporate Searches
- Certificate Searches
- Long Lost Love Tracing
- Adoptive Parent Tracing
- Catfish Tracing or Online Romances
- Children Tracing (adult)
- Birth Parent Tracing
- Telephone Number Tracing
- Property Owner Tracing
- X-Tenant Tracing
- Old Friends Tracing
- Legal Tracing
- Witness Tracing
- Address Link Tracing
- Debtor Tracing
- Any Type of People Tracing
- Beneficiary & Heir Tracing
- Long Lost Family Tracing
Don’t worry if your particular reason for tracing someone isn’t on the list. As long as you have a genuine need to trace a person, and there is no legal or moral reason that you should not contact them we can help locate and report.
Whatever the reason you need to trace a person our experts at Gengenie Research can trace and report in a clear, coherent format.
Tracing Missing People: How much information do we need?
For our research at Gengenie Research to be successful we need a certain amount of information.
We need a full name the person is using at the moment, they have to be UK based at some point, we need an old address which is more than a year old. Their date of birth is always an advantage but not necessary, an approximate age can be sufficient.
We at Gengenie Research us many resources to locate your missing person including online databases, genealogical sources online and remotely. Cases involving missing persons with connections to Scotland are researched at New Register House situated in the National Records of Scotland centre.
Whether they are missing in Scotland or have Scottish connections Gengenie Research can locate them!
Our line of work encompasses most things registered and recorded. Therefore, when someone is looking for phone numbers, emails, address occupants and more, our searches often uncover the records.
Tracing Missing People: How Much Will My Research Cost
Costs will depend on what type of person trace we are dealing with. We always want to offer a cost-effective search in every case. That’s why each case we take on is evaluated and quoted for before we start.
What to do now!
As every project is different, we would encourage you to get in touch so that we can discuss which type of research you are looking for then we can then tailor your package to suit you.
Confidentiality is assured with all our Research & Genealogy Services.
Information sourced in relation to any case obtained by our Research or information given by you will never be passed on to any third party without your approval.
Gengenie Research are registered with the Information Commissioner’s Office under the Data Protection Act of 1998.
Our full terms and conditions can be viewed on our Terms of Engagement page so why not drop us a line today for a free quote!
Give us a call on 07806513998 or contact us on our contact page and we at Gengenie Research will help you to work out which package best suits your needs. There is no charge for an initial consultation and you can decide how much or how little research you would like.