MODNEX INTEL/KATSURA WORLDWIDE: POWER NEWS ALERT - "SKIP TRACERS AND ORGANIZED CRIMEWATCH"
"Remember that YOU have rights to protect yourself, as well. If you're being bothered by collectors or skip tracers relative to your student loan debt, read the following. Why, from the F.B.I. - down, to church leadership, to higher ed leadership, folks have abused the rules.
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. . . and, there are many references online relative to defending yourself against such abuses, as well!
Skip tracers, for example, often come from abusive, low income and dyfunctional upbringings, and can often do just about anything for money, including sabotaging relationships of debtors in order to balloon debts that they can then recover later, adding to their often lucrative bonuses! YES, they do often get lucrative bonuses!
Most folks are unaware of how often skip tracers can lie and do just about anything . . . and get away with it - SIMPLY BECAUSE THE PUBLIC DOESN'T KNOW THE SKIP TRACERS ARE VIOLATING THE LAW. Basically, skip tracers, in general, ARE NOT LAW ABIDING CITIZENS, and they don't play by the rules. They often have THEIR OWN AGENDA, aside from their client's. They can be part-time drug dealers, etc., etc. So do not trust them at face value . . .
Here is just one of many examples of skip tracers violating the law, lying to people, etc., for a profit:
*BEWARE* Skip Tracer job (Vancouver)
Skip tracers will call people and use a fake identity (unlawful) to get information, and can also be related to "dirty political" intentions, as well, for purposes of "defamation" and "blacklisting." So, if you can, try to qualify/authenticate BEFORE you judge. Get in touch with people, if you can, rather than assume. Some unstable individuals or groups with the financial wherewithall (political groups, business groups, religious groups, etc. - radicals) can exploit skip tracers to engage in the unlawful ruination of others.
Skip tracers will call and ask inappropriate or misleading/insinuative/assumptive sales types of questions - with the intent to "drive you away" from someone . . . in short, they're often "organized crime."