This search is used to find debtors banking institution. This search can only be ordered if one have permissible purposes such as court document that allows you to receive this information by law. Some documents that allow you to access this information are judgments, liens, or other court papers that allow for this information to be received. Any attorney may also order searches.
Who should use US Bank Data?
You should use this product as a primary or secondary search to skip tracing. With on-file data from the entire banking industry, this product can provide contact information where other products have failed. This is the second most popular search for those in the collection industry.
How do I search effectively?
- Use Last Name, First Name, SSN, Address, City, State, and Zip Code
Raw Bank Data (Similar to Efunds or MicroBilt) $6.95 per search
Search takes 48 to 72 hours; Results are pulled directly from a nationwide database and are not confirmed to be open and active accounts. Results will yield Banking institution name.
Want reliable data?
Verified Bank Data: $40.00 per hit, No Hit - No Fee
Search takes 10-14 business days. Results are confirmed open accounts with positive balances and recent activity. Results will yield Bank Name, Address, Phone Number, Routing Number where the account was opened, and Estimated Balance.
Brokerage Data: $80.00 per hit, No Hit - No Fee
Search takes 10-14 business days. Results are confirmed open brokerage accounts with positive balances and recent activity. Results will yield Brokerage Firm Name, Address, Phone Number, Routing Number where the account was opened, and Estimated Balance.
Employment Search: $59.00 per hit, No Hit - No Fee
Search takes 30 business days. Results are confirmed current employer. Results will yield Employer Name, Address, and Phone Number.
US Bank Data will comply with all applicable laws in performing the services including, but not limited to, the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act ("GLBA") Federal Banking Commission or State or Federal Laws ("FBC"), and the Fair Credit Reporting Act ("FCRA").