While some people are satisfied working the usual 9-5, not all of us are happy with the drudgery of a menial office job or thankless sales role. Some of us—today so, more than ever—are increasingly dreaming of a career that reflects our personal values, while giving us the opportunity to work from home, choose our own hours, or perhaps even travel the world. If you are highly self driven and adept in commission only sales work, the role of a Claim Researcher at Lauth Investigations may be just the position you’ve been searching for.
Of course, having undertaken the sleuthing required to find your way here, you’ve already demonstrated one of the key qualities required for the role. Our Claim Researchers make it their mission to plunge into proactive investigation in order to unite lost assets with their rightful owners, which makes curiosity the order of the day. If the thought of such a rewarding endeavor appeals, read on to learn more.
The Unique Skill Set Mastered by a Claim Researcher
If you are the type of person who likes to dig beneath the surface and dive into the details, then a Claim Researcher job could well be your perfect fit. Those new to the role will learn how to conduct genealogy and historical research, successfully procure documents and certificates worldwide, and potentially seek out lost heirs around the globe. Such tasks require a keen and roving mind, a desire to problem solve, and the professionalism to work under the strictest of confidence.
Claim Researchers from Lauth Investigations have, since the division’s inception in 2013, successfully united rightful owners with $15M+ in lost assets. Not only that, but our 98% success rate can be attributed to the caliber of our Claim Researchers, and our dedication to train, empower, and support each member of our team so that they can uncover entire amounts, and change lives in the process. Lauth Investigations has so far worked with thousands of individuals and Fortune 500 Companies alike. In facilitating financial justice for all, we create meaningful career paths for those driven to have a real impact.
Why The World Needs Claim Researchers
You may be surprised to learn that there are currently tens of billions of dollars in unclaimed funds within the United States alone. While the offices and agencies that hold such sums do their best to locate and return assets where possible, they simply lack the resources to manage the volume of assets presently adrift.
For commission only sales motivated Claim Researchers, sometimes clients come to us, and sometimes, we are able to go to them. Lauth Investigations have found that often individuals are not even aware that they may be entitled to unclaimed funds—providing us with the chance to unexpectedly transform their lives for the better. This aspect of the work, alongside the opportunity to grow and learn, is unquestionably what makes it such a uniquely rewarding pursuit. As one employee shared in their review of Lauth Investigations on GlassDoor: “The work is great and I have learned so much, but nothing beats a happy client.”
Returning Lost Assets to Their Rightful Owners
A career as a Claim Researcher presents the opportunity to create the lifestyle you desire, while experiencing a new and exciting type of commission only sales role. While the Lauth Investigations head-quarters are located in Indianapolis, Indiana, Claim Researchers enjoy the autonomy of being able to work remotely, setting their own schedule, and forging the work-life balance that they desire.
Meanwhile, the job also means entering a recession-proof market, performing stimulating investigations, and tapping into consistent earning potential. If you believe that you have the drive and discipline to master returning assets and engaging with clients through this important work, discover more about Careers at Lauth Investigation
Recent world events are motivating more people than ever to examine their lives, and reassess whether their life choices so far truly reflect their deeper values and identity. Those who might have spent a career without once veering from predefined rails are opening their eyes to the prospect of remote work, or the flexibility that comes with commission only sales roles. Meanwhile, many looking to take a leap onto a new professional path are aspiring towards jobs that hold meaning, feature a moral aspect, and impact the world in a positive way.
If you dream of a job title that will allow you the freedom to work remotely, setting your own schedule and independently getting things done, a Claim Researcher position at Lauth International Investigations should certainly be on your radar. Through this vital investigative work, we are able to transform the financial realities of clients for the better, boosting the American economy in the process. So, what is the role of a Claim Researcher, and how exactly do asset return investigations work?
What Is a Claim Researcher? In 2012, Thomas and Rain Lauth were already busy at the helm of their Missing Persons and Corporate Investigations divisions. However, a startling discovery was about to add a new tangent to their shared trajectory. They came to realize that across the United States, a variety of entities were safeguarding tens of billions of dollars in lost assets. While these unclaimed funds should have been circulating within the economy and making people’s lives all the richer, the government agencies and offices in question fundamentally lacked the resources to trace every rightful claimant.
As the Lauths and their team learned more about this situation, they were surprised to discover that in many cases, those entitled to claim such lost funds were often entirely unaware that the assets existed to begin with. This was the launch-point for Lauth Investigations International, and the origin of the Claim Researcher role. From that moment, each new Claim Researcher set out to draw clear and conclusive lines between unclaimed funds and their deserving beneficiaries, allowing the two to finally be reunited.
A More Free Way of Working Within the Post-Covid Landscape
The Claim Researchers team at Lauth International perform this important task with guidance from headquarters in Indianapolis, Indiana. However, this is a role that can suit self-motivated and autonomy-loving professionals wherever they may be located within the US. Many Claim Researchers undertake their work to return lost assets from a virtual office at home.
Each Claim Researcher enjoys the opportunity to establish their own schedule and coordinate their workload, as reflected in the review of one Lauth Investigations employee on GlassDoor: “I enjoy my work and love working from home. The people are super and I have a good work/life balance.” If that speaks to you, why not begin your own investigation and uncover whether you possess the right qualities to take on this unusual and rewarding role?
Why Work as a Claim Researcher for Lauth Investigations
Those joining the team at Lauth Investigations International step into the fold of an established reputation that speaks for itself. Since the inception of the Asset Return division, Claim Researchers have successfully facilitated the return of more than $15 Million in lost assets with a 98% success rate. No doubt, much of this accomplishment can be attributed to the company’s value-driven and team oriented approach—not to mention the caliber of the investigative team themselves.
Working in the claim research field means entering a line of work that is both recession-proof and flexible. Home office tax deductions and incentive programs further enhance the appeal of this sales only commission role. While excellent computer literacy and communication skills are essential, it is qualities such as diligence, drive, and curiosity that define those ideal for this type of work. Lauth Investigations provide full training—allowing new additions to our team to quickly cultivate expertise in genealogy, document procurement, relevant legalities, and even locating heirs around the globe.
If this sounds like a job that could offer you the freedom and independence you seek, we invite you to explore a career with Lauth Investigations further.