May 17, 2011
COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) - We do it every day, and likely don't realize it -- leaving behind personal information on the Internet. You think you're doing it to keep friends and family updated, but others also are watching your every move, including those you may be trying to avoid. It has one man saying, "gotcha!"
Lee Griggs is not an investigator, but he spends hours investigating. "If I am right, he not only pulled down the photo he had the other day, but it looks like he may have pulled his site," said Griggs.
He's not a bounty hunter, but he does hunt people. Lee is a process server, delivering mostly debt collections and foreclosure notices. He also serves witness subpoenas, workers comp cases and divorce papers. "We get 'em served," said Griggs. "We go all the way."
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Process servers use social media to find their targets