Here’s a little information about OmniTrace:
Our OmniTrace investigative staff has been diligently and happily solving birth parent, adoptee and missing persons cases since 2001. Our investigators and customer service department are available 9 – 5 Eastern time. 1-888-965-6696. If all our lines are busy, no worries–leave a voice mail and we’ll call you back promptly!
Here are a few of our OmniTrace Corporate Clientele:
- University of North Carolina
- Teamsters Union
- Concordia University
- Law Offices of Brown & Crouppen
- Law Offices of Kenneth Schuster
- Buckingham, Doolittle and Burroughs
- US Bank
- Jackson Memorial Hospital
- CBS Production Studios
- Spring Industries
- US Food Service
The above list is quite incomplete. We work with many other Fortune 500 firms, attorneys, businesses and universities.
- Licensed Florida Private Investigation Agency (License #A2200304)
- Member Florida Association of Licensed Investigators (FALI)
- Member National Association of Investigative Specialists (NAIS)
- Member Association of Professional Genealogists (APG)
If you are ever in South East Florida, come visit us at our offices in Delray Beach, Florida. Call for directions.
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OmniTrace estimates that we have reunited more birth parents and adoptees than all other search companies, private investigators and TV shows combined. Please read some of our testimonials here: OmniTrace Testimonials
Our client list consists of Fortune 500 companies such as Pfizer, schools such as the University of North Carolina, organizations such as the Teamsters Negotiated Pension Plan, attorneys from coast to coast and the general public.
For your entertainment pleasure (and because we love to toot our own horn!), here are a few Read More
To whom it may concern,
I am a small business owner in the asset recovery sector. Our company helps find people that are legitimately owed money primarily from government agencies and we recovery the funds on their behalf. One of the challenges in our line of work is locating the whereabouts of the claimant. It was with great satisfaction, that we were able to find OmniTrace. Having compared their services with other companies in the people search business, we were able to immediately recognize that their value and services in many ways exceeded that of their competition. I have gone on to get to know the owner Dave Betz and have found him to be equally accomplished in what he does. He has put together the premier skip tracing and people finding company in the industry. In our short time together, we were able to locate quite a few claimants that we more than likely would not have been able to find on our own without the resources and professionalism of OmniTrace.
It is my privilege to recommend OmniTrace and Dave Betz to help locate whoever it is that may need to be found whether an individual or a company.
Please feel free to contact me should you want further details on our experience with OmniTrace. I can be reached directly at (888) 541-5783.
(Thanks for the great review of OmnTrace John. Best regards, Dave Betz)
Anonymous Sperm Donor Traced On Internet
“LATE last year, a 15-year-old boy rubbed a swab along the inside of his cheek, popped it into a vial and sent it off to an online genealogy DNA-testing service. But unlike most people who contact the service, he was not interested in sketching the far reaches of his family tree. His mother had conceived using donor sperm and he wanted to track down his genetic father.
That the boy succeeded using only the DNA test, genealogical records and some internet searches has huge implications for the hundreds of thousands of people who were conceived using donor sperm. With the explosion of information about genetic inheritance, any man who has donated sperm could potentially be found by his biological offspring. Absent and unknown fathers will also become easier to trace.
The teenager tracked down his father from his…”
You can read the rest of this article by clicking HERE.
Our CEO, Dave Betz, is scheduled for the Paul and Young Ron Show, Friday morning, 9:20 AM, Eastern Time–105.9 FM. Over the past several weeks, Dave has been a regular on the show, conducting genealogy research on the hosts and members of their staff.
This Friday, Dave is going to visit the station and do DNA testing on Paul, Young Ron, OMG and TOAST to determine their ancestral roots.
So, if you happen to live in South Florida, you might want to tune in. You can keep updated on other times and dates when Dave will be on the air by visiting our FaceBook Page.
(Dave can actually be entertaining at times. :) )
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And if you happen to be visiting Florida (or are a Florida resident), please come and meet with us at our offices. Take a tour of our facility and talk with our OmniTrace Search Consultants and Private Investigators. Call us at 1-888-965-6696 or email us for directions.
Haiti’s capital awoke to increasing desperation Thursday morning, a day and a half after a devastating earthquake, with covered bodies piling up along streets and modern aspects of life, such as electricity, mostly missing.
The streets of Port-au-Prince resembled grainy black-and-white newsreels from World War II that showed the rubble of bombed-out houses in Berlin and London. The devastation was wide and often horrific.
OmniTrace will be donating a portion of our fee for each new search to the victims, as well as launching a food drive. We’re still formulating our charitable program and will provide additional details shortly.
In the meantime, please say a prayer for the victims and their families who have been affected by this terrible event.
Here is a post about OmniTrace search methods from our youngest and perhaps most enthusiastic OmniTrace Private Investigator:
By Rachel Weiss
Hello my name is Rachel Weiss, and I am originally from Boston, Massachusetts, the home of the Boston Red Sox. I come from a family that is made up of a set of fraternal twins which are my brother and sister. There are also my my mother, father, and, of course, me. I recently graduated last year from college with a Bachelor’s Degree of Science in Psychology. In my spare time I love to enjoy the outdoors, whether it is going to the beach, or just being outside walking around somewhere. A big part of me is definitely still a homebody, and I love spending time with my family as much as I can.
One of the things I love about my job is using search methods to reunite people with Read More
‘Missing’ Wired Magazine Writer Tracked Down
Source: ABC News
By By KI MAE HEUSSNER
You can run and you can hide.
But, especially in the digital age, do you have what it takes to disappear?
In a contest hatched by Wired magazine, writer Evan Ratliff tried to see if he could fly below the radar for 30 days with a bounty over his head.
Starting Aug. 15, he traveled the continental United States without revealing his location to a soul on the planet. Wired offered $5,000 to Read More