Background: One of the unique ways that information has been obtained for The Investigator's Little Black Book 2 is through a contest where investigators are invited to share their favorite phone numbers to sources of information. Here are the winners:
Washington, D.C. PI Charles Pinck is the first place prize winner for his submission of the U.S. Tax Court -- a little known court that is a gold mine for legally obtaining a subject's tax returns. Charles has won a state-of-the-art pager hidden camera system, valued at $2,500! To see a free sample from The Investigator's Little Black Book 2 based on Charles' submission, just click here!
The second place winner is Richard Carter of Corinth, Mississippi for his submission of what we call "The Federal License Plate Check". Did you know that a federal "code" can be found on many license plates and by calling a toll free government phone number, the registrant of the plate can be determined? No security clearance is required! Richard has won the Public Record Research System, a $199 value. To see a free sample from Black Book 2 based upon Richard's submission, just click here!
The third place prize goes to Monica Munoz of New Orleans, Louisiana for her submission of Home Price Search, a unique touch-tone telephone information system that allows the caller to learn when a house was sold and for how much. Monica had won The Excluded Party Index a $69.95 value. To see a free sample from The Investigator's Little Black Book 2 based upon Monica's submission, just click here!
The following have won a copy of The Investigator's Little Black Book 2 for their excellent contributions: