Fidelo Stolen Vehicle and Asset Recovery Company
We trace, and locate stolen vehicles, cars, trucks, bikes, trailers, and assets
With passion and years of experience in the field, Fidelo Services offer professional, friendly, and reliable services to our foreign and local clients including insurance companies who needs to trace and recover their properties in the custody of law enforcement authorities and individuals.
Our company has astute lawyers and highly trained recovery experts that liaises with law enforcement agencies in Africa, Europe, and America to achieve client satisfaction.
We understand that the theft of your vehicle can be a very stressful situation. Particularly if your stolen object has been discovered in a foreign country and you can't get it back immediately but have to arrange all required procedures of release with local authorities and afterward, the transport by yourself.
Discovery of a stolen vehicle does not imply automatically that the vehicle will be released to the rightful owner immediately after discovery. Situations depend on local legislation of the country of discovery. Vehicles can stay confiscated or can be involved in further crime or required for the ongoing Tracing by the Police.
So don't panic! Fidelo Services has the experience and is on standby to help you with all kinds of assistance and the best solutions to get your property back.
So don't panic! Fidelo Services is on standby to help you with all kinds of assistance. Our experts have decades of experience in the Tracing of vehicle crime, stolen auto tracking, recovery, and repatriation.
When Fidelo Services is engaged to recover a Stolen Vehicle, we operate with fairness and the best solutions to get your property back. We are leaders in vehicle tracking and repatriation also known as vehicle recovery.
Fidelo Services has built up a strong reliable international reputation in the field of recovery services, particularly in the legal release procedures and transport industry.
We satisfy clients in the USA, Canada, the Netherlands, Germany, and Belgium, by liaising with law enforcement agencies in identifying and recovering their stolen properties back to them.