3 Facts About Social Media Investigations

Investigating a person is so different to do now than it was 20 years ago. With the rise of social media and its extensive use by well, everyone, it is a tool that can be used to learn more about people. Users publicly put out information to share with peers, and despite being deleted, that information never actually leaves the internet. With that being said, this is a newer and substantial help for learning more about a subject. At Same Day Process, we offer prime social media investigations that provide a subject’s entire digital footprint in a single document. We know that social media is still a relatively new concept, so we put together the following information to let you know more about our investigatory services. 

1) There are more social media channels than you think.
Long gone are the days of social media solely meaning Facebook and Twitter. With everyone wanting to express themselves through different mediums, Same Day Process investigates subjects’ photos, videos, blog posts and more. Other social media accounts we inspect include Google+, Tumblr, Pinterest, Instagram, LinkedIn, Blogger and more. 

2) We need minimal information about the subject.
While the more information you can provide, the better, we simply need a few basic bits to get you answers. These include the subject’s first and last name, their full address (previous or current) and their date of birth. That’s enough data for us to get started on our investigation.

3) The results are quick.
Unlike other companies, we can get you results within 72 hours upon receipt of your request. That means getting the information you need, when you need it.

Have more questions about beginning a social media investigation of your own? Contact the experts at Same Day Process to get started today. 

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