Missing Persons / Finding Someone
Need to locate someone? A long lost love or family member? Perhaps a high school, university or military friend?
Do you have a missing persons assignment? Perhaps the missing persons relates to an old flame you haven’t seen for many years, or someone may owe you money. Perhaps you are looking for your biological father or birther mother, or maybe you put a child up for adoption and wonder where they may be now.
In many cases the missing persons is just the term private investigators use – mostly though missing persons should be referred to as misplaced persons. you’ve probably just lost track of the person.
A true missing persons job relates to someone that has run away from home, possible mental health issues such as depression, or even kidnapping. These can get more expensive than a regular misplaced persons assignment and if this is the situation you find yourself in just go directly to our Contact Us page and touch base with us for some free advice.
Regardless of the reason, Integral Investigations can help and often quickly and inexpensively. We have more than two decades of experience locating missing persons and whilst we don’t find everyone we would have a success rate of about 80% across the board. If the information you can provide to us is accurate and consist of a full name and date of birth, and hopefully an old address then we can usually locate someone for a fixed price.
We charge $400 up front to accept a missing persons assignment. If we can’t find the person then there is nothing further to pay and we can talk about additional options. But 80% of the time we will find the person for you. Upon a successful location we charge an additional $400 as a ‘success fee’ and the job is done – all for a total of $800.
Are you adopted? Or did you adopt out a child? This is a specialty of Lipstick Investigations. We have gained much experience in locating biological fathers and biological mothers, as well as biological children. Of course we need some relevant detail to get started so you may have to access the records from the Office of Births Deaths and Marriages by following this link https://www.qld.gov.au/law/births-deaths-marriages-and-divorces/birth-registration-and-adoption-records/access-to-adoption-records
Check out Lipstick Investigations on Channel 9’s ‘This Time Next Year’ where we successfully located the biological mother of a Sydney musician; and on another case reunited a young man schooled in Africa with his Australian school teacher, and the woman who shaped his life.