American Information Specialists – About Us

The Skip Trace Pros

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American Information Specialists and the “Skip Trace Pros” have been around for about 20 years now. Mark Unger is a former Marine with many years experience as a Certified Private Process Server, Judgment Recovery Specialist, and Private Investigator in the States of California and Arizona. All Private Investigations are conducted through Unger Investigations.

Dan Unger and Matt Foley are also part of the business, and have very special investigative sklls. We specialize in locating those hard-to-find people. Fast.

Here at American Information Specialists we wear many hats. We are the Skip Trace Pros. When it comes to Service of Process and Private Investigations, it’s all about finding your subject – in a timely manner. This usually means skip tracing.

We are real people – not just databases or software programs. We provide the best real-time locates and the most effective private investigations available anywhere in order to find your subject.

Private Investigator Qualifications

My name is Mark Unger and I’m a former Marine with many years of experience as a Private Investigator, Certified Private Process Server and Judgment Recovery Specialist in the States of California and Arizona. I just happen to have some very special investigative abilities – I’m very good at finding people. My current credentials:

My Pima County, Arizona Certified Private Process Server ID Number: PM611

My State of Arizona Private Investigator License number: 1739480

Unger Investigations License Number: 1739479

I have some additional websites: One focused strictly on Process Service – Attorney Services Arizona.  And another that supports my Judgment Recovery Business. I wear many hats – but I’m a skip tracer at heart.

My qualifications are a matter of public record. You may verify them here:

 

Private Investigator License

Arizona Department of Public Safety

Process Server License

Pima County Superior Court

picture of mark unger in marine corps uniform
skip tracing company

A Little Bit More Personal…..

I grew up on a small farm in Southeastern Minnesota, and my first “real job,” at the age of 14, was as a busboy at a well-known 4-star restaurant and bar(s) in a nearby city. Yes, I was underage – but I knew somebody.

Have you ever spent a winter in Minnesota? I spent 17 there. Two days after high school graduation, I was on a plane heading to San Diego, California for Marine Corps bootcamp.

I wasn’t a grunt. I worked in a support position for an Artillery Regiment. I maintained records, payroll, and other stuff, and took care of the administrative needs for those men and women who were doing the real work in the Corps. It was a great experience with access to sensitive information, and I maintained a Top Secret clearance. Great job, and I really enjoyed my time in the Corps.

Immediately after my three year enlistment ended (Honorably Discharged as a Sergeant E-5), I remained in Southern California (except for a couple years back in Minnesota – what was I thinking?), and spent the next ten years or so managing restaurants and nightclubs – and did a whole lot of surfing and playing 2-man basketball up and down the coast. What a great time.

It was at this time I decided that working for someone else just wasn’t cutting it – I really wanted my own business so I could call the shots. Thus, my Judgment Recovery and Process Service Businesses were born. Next up was the Private Investigator License. The rest is history.

I have a Bachelor’s Degree in business. I design and build all of my websites as well as write all of the content for my blog on this site and others.

You’re trying to find someone. You need a very discreet Private Investigation. That’s what we do. For a little more detail on how we go about this, let’s get going and find your subject.

I love what I do, and am currently a member of the below organizations:

I am a member of NAPPS
i am a member of the california association of judgment professionals
i am a member of the arizona process servers association