Docusearch Launches Resource Directory for Divorce Related Bank Account Search

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With the addition of free resources and search listings, Docusearch continues to improve upon their Bank Account Search services. On top of that, they have recently added a rating tool that allows users to rate each service on a scale of 1-5 based on their experience.

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At Docusearch, we are advocates for our clients. Whether it means going above and beyond to locate a particular piece of information, or simply offering friendly support to our customers who have purchased services.

For those currently going through the lengthy divorce process, there may be a need to identify all of the assets of the ex-significant other. Docusearch is a private investigation company that regularly assists customers looking to identify hidden bank accounts within the subject state. Recently, they have made some significant additions to their Divorce Related Bank Account searches in order to better fit the needs of their customers.

These added extras include thousands of search listings, as well as over 135 search options at no cost. As always there are premium listings available to better help identify hidden bank accounts. Some professionals would advise against offering such resources for absolutely no fee, but Docusearch believes that customer satisfaction trumps penny pinching. The investigative solutions professionals are dedicated to helping their clients identify all hidden assets, because going through the divorce process is stressful enough. One of their professionals speaks about their dedication to customer happiness:

“Docusearch acts like advocates for our clients. Whether it means going above and beyond to locate a particular piece of information, or simply offering friendly support to our customers who have purchased services; we treat customers the way that we would treat our own family.

In addition to offering these resources to their customers, the company has also structured a search directory that is easily navigated. One can search by state or record type filters, allowing visitors to find exactly what they are looking for without much time or effort. Docusearch’s bank account search is organized by state, allowing the customer to pinpoint certain locations in which to find a hidden bank account.

If simply researching and trying to find the best bang for the buck, one may appreciate the new Star Ratings feature. This rating tool combines ratings provided by existing and past users to get an accurate rating for the service on a scale of one to five. Docusearch believes that making an informed decision is the smart thing to do. To facilitate their customers, they do their very best to supply them with information and tools that make it easier to make that choice.

“We believe that an informed customer is a happy customer. Through the addition of our rating tool, customers are able to see a real time score of each service in order to determine if the specific search is right for them. Not only is the rating tool useful for our customers, but it shows our employees exactly what our customers are happy with, and what things we could tweak a little. We think that a business should constantly evolve based on the needs of the customer, and with these updates we have done just that.”

Thousands of customers have depended and still depend on the accuracy and simplicity of Docusearch’s searches, so they are constantly improving themselves in terms of services that they offer. It is the company’s goal to ease the burden that a divorce can be through providing resources that can expedite the entire legal process. They stand committed to the perpetual development of their search tools in order to best fit the needs of their customers, because the investigative company believes that improvement is a process that should never have an end.

To learn more about Docusearch's free resource directory or bank account search, please visit http://www.docusearch.com. You can follow Docusearch by joining them on Google Plus or Facebook.

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