Verifast has now helped several public bodies and financial institutions trace assets. You will see a number of cases below. The names in these examples are fictitious. Would you like to discover what Verifast can do for you? If so, please don't hesitate to contact us for more information.
Mr Bayir applies for a social welfare payment from his municipality. Based on the intake meeting, the official has doubts as to whether Mr Bayir is being honest about his assets in Turkey. Verifast is quick as lightning when it comes to international asset tracing. We will ensure that the municipality knows Mr Bayir's situation within 2 weeks so that it can be factored into the assessment of the social welfare payment application.
Ms Berewicz has been in receipt of social welfare for three years. The municipality where she lives recently received an indication that she is also in receipt of a salary in Poland. Since Ms Berewicz did not specify this, the municipality asks Verifast to verify it. An investigation reveals that this lady is indeed in receipt of a salary and that she has another house in Poland. Thanks to the official report from Verifast, Ms Berewicz' payment can be stopped and the social welfare payments that have already been made can be recovered
The municipality has doubts as to whether a number of residents are entitled to receive social welfare payments. One of these residents is Mr El Hatouti, who is suspected to have assets in Morocco. Verifast is called in to vet the selected clients and it commences international asset tracing. Within 2 weeks Verifast is able to indicate that Mr El Hatouti does not have any assets abroad
Ms Martina recently sold her house and moved abroad. However, a portion of her mortgage still needs to be paid off. After sending a number of demands, the mortgage provider suspects that Ms Martina is living on the Dutch Antilles. The organisation hires Verifast so that it can still hold Ms Martina accountable for her outstanding debts. Within 2 weeks Verifast discovers Ms Martina's assets abroad, thereby enabling the mortgage provider to collect the outstanding debt