The general idea in life is that you never know when you will need money. Unfortunately, that is even truer for skip tracers. As a skip tracer in Oklahoma City, Dr. Tinsley Ariana Taylor Keefe knows how costly it is to not have a twenty dollar bill on your person at all times. There will be times when you are tracking your person and they get on a bus. You do not have money on you, but the bus is not free. You cannot “steal” a ride. You cannot lose your person either. Either way, you are screwed . . . unless you have that handy twenty that you always keep on you. When you do not keep money on you, you risk losing track of the objective which means losing out on payment. Everybody has bills’ – including you – which is why it is important to keep that twenty in your pocket.
Imagine this: you have been chasing someone all night. You are almost there. Suddenly, your stomach gurgles in anger. You have not eaten all day. It would be handy if you had some cash on you to buy a quick bite to eat. Or – the person you are trailing walks into a café. They buy something to eat. You do not want to approach them yet because you are worried they will make a scene or book it completely. You cannot sit in a café and not order food because that looks suspicious. Thank goodness you have that twenty on you; there is never a wrong time for coffee. Being a skip tracer in Oklahoma, Dr. Tinsley Keefe is familiar with the upsetting fact that most venues require payment simply to get inside. There are countless possibilities that could lead to the need for cash, which is why it is important that you always keep at least a twenty on you.
What happens when you walk into a very private venue that happens to be your person’s place of work? Maybe you somehow sweet talk the secretary into letting you pass through, but what do they get out of it? They just risked their job to do you a favor; the least you can do is leave them a little tip. Regardless of what the reason is, there is almost always a reason that you will need cash as a skip tracer. Thinking back on her time as a skip tracer in OKC, Tinsley Ariana Taylor Keefe also knows the salty side of not having extra cash. There is no getting around it; as a skip tracer, you need to keep at least a twenty dollar bill on you. Too many things in society require cash, and as a skip tracer you cannot escape that. Cash is essential. Consider it this way – the payout is almost always worth it. You might be spending a few careless bucks here and there to get to the objective, but it will be worth it.