Thursday, May 16, 2013

C-Team Investigations Launches its Website With Project Child Support Services!

For Immediate Release
The licensed private investigators of C-Team Investigations,  have launched their new website to assist custodial and noncustodial parents with the services provided by Project Child Support.
Custodial and noncustodial parents can have the comforts of receiving the services of Project Child Support through the investigative and fugitive agency of C-Team Investigations, which are provided by Bounty Alert, and the Custodial Support Foundation.  Kai Patterson who is the CEO and President of Bounty Alert, Inc., as well as the Founder of the Custodial Support Foundation, worked with Karl Ryans and the partners of C-Team Investigations to establish the child support advocate initiative between the organizations.

Custodial Parents owed child support arrears may subscribe to Project Child Support's Collection Program on C-Team Investigation's Child Support Enforcement webpage.  C-Team Investigations appeared on the Project Child Support's Custodial Support Forum - Weekly Talk Show to discuss how they assist in the fugitive recovery efforts of apprehending noncustodial parents who owe arrears.  Custodial parents who wish to acquire the services provided by Project Child Support's Filing Program, as well as noncustodial parents who wish to subscribe to the services of the Amnesty Program may subscribe through the C-Team Investigations website.

"When arrest warrants are issued against noncustodial parents, and the custodial parents have subscribed to Project Child Support's Collection Program, I can count on C-Team Investigations providing apprehension services", says Kai Patterson.  "Many times we receive cases where noncustodial parents already have warrants issued for their apprehension, and I want to call C-Team Investigations before we get an enforcement order, but it's better that we wait", says Patterson.  The enforcement orders we obtain enables a noncustodial parent's assets to be seized at the time of apprehension, and liquidated if child support arrears are not paid within 30 days. 
Fugitive recovery agencies are paid $3,500 once the court grants the order to apprehend a noncustodial parent with a child support warrant, through the Project Child Support initiative.  A reward of $500 is offered to the general public, for assistance in the apprehension of the noncustodial parent with the arrest warrant.  Rewards are paid to individuals for assisting in the apprehension of the noncustodial parents who are posted in the Bounty Alert application.  Information to assist in an apprehension and payments can be provided anonymously, without a caller providing their name.  Bounty Alert has also launched a website formatted for iPhone and Android Smartphones. 

Requirements to Become an Advocate

Organizations that wish to assist in providing the services offered by Project Child Support, may subscribe to the Advocate Program.  Upon subscribing to the Advocate Program, completing an agreement and providing the required documents, Project Child Support will develop webpages to match the Advocate's website to enable subscribers to enroll in each program an Advocate desires to offer.  Organizations are required to only pay a onetime $100 processing fee, and a $10 document fee to become an Advocate.  Organizations are also required to provide proof of insurance, and must have a operating website that enables Project Child Support screens to be added to their website.  The screens added to an Advocate's website will send an e-mail to the organization with each transaction, to enable an organization to track that status of their accounts.  "We have modified our requirements to protect our clients by insuring Advocates provide proof of any licenses they are required to obtain to provide the services their organization's provides", say Patterson.  C-Team Investigation is an example of an Advocate that has met all of the requirements to provide all of the programs offered by Project Child Support. 

Project Child Support at (855) 851-HELP or (855) 851-4357
or via e-mail at

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