I hired this firm to do an asset search on a deceased relative. As the administrator of his estate I had the fiduciary responsibility to locate and report all of his assets.
Sean Wozney, representing The USA PI (theusapi.com) lead me to believe that his company could locate and report said assets with complete accuracy. Nothing could be further from the truth.
When Mr. Wozney failed to locate assets he contacted me and asked me to provide the names of any banks I was aware that my relative banked at, he also asked me to provide statements. I was quite surprised by this because if I had his bank account balances I did not require his services.
Mr. Wozney failed to perform an accurate search. I was never provided with a report and in fact never got a report at all until I filed disputes on both credit cards that were charged.
All total Mr. Wozney found only $78,000 in assets at one bank, that bank in fact had $348,000 in assets. He failed to report on 5 other banks and several other areas of the report handed to Chase are inaccurate as well. i.e. land, oil and gas rights and motor vehicles.
To date Chase has granted me credit for the charges put on my card, but the other bank has not.
Mr. Wozney has been deceptive in his dealings with me. He has continually refused to provide me with any proof that he ever sent me any report and when I filed the chargebacks he sent Chase a report that was dated the DAY AFTER I cancelled my request for services.
Mr. Wozney has also refused to communicate with the other bank to resolve these charges.
If you are considering using any of the aforementioned companies for an asset search please reconsider.
The actions of Mr. Wozney and The USA PI created more work for me as the administrator, not to mention that had I depended on his work as the true assets of my relative I would not only have looked foolish, but the estate could have incurred penalties and liabilities for assets not being reported.