CASES
ASSET TRACING

Names and locations have been changed to protect the innocent, as well as the not so innocent.

Cutting Their Losses

One of Canada's largest companies required an asset trace on a former employee. Mr. Salina owed the company money, but had disappeared from Ontario. The client wanted to determine if it was financially worthwhile to pursue restitution from Salina.
The personal information that the company had for Salina was out of date. However, we identified a lien registered against his name, as well as two convictions; one for fraud in Ontario and one in British Columbia for theft. He owned no property and had no vehicles registered in his name. In fact, he was living in a rented trailer in a mobile home park.

Based on the information we provided, the company decided to cut its losses.


DUE DILIGENCE
Offshore Insight
A Safe Bet?
Family Business
How do I look?
Million Dollar Mistake

ASSET TRACING
Cutting Their Losses
Alimony Pony
Volatile Activity

LITIGATION SUPPORT
Unaware Heirs
When your home is not your own
Elder Abuse

TRADE MARK INVESTIGATION
Twist Ending
Brand Contraband
A Novel Idea