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Hiring a Private Investigator

The following are some tips to aid you in evaluating which private investigator to work with.

  • Make sure they have a license! The vast majority of states require that anyone engaging the practice of investigations be licensed. A Private investigator should be able to produce a copy of such a license immediately for you. Note: there are many companies offering services on the internet which do not qualify as “investigations” but really should be regulated. Most of these companies are “information brokers” who have access to records, like telephone numbers, address directories, “background checks” that are simply public record searches. Please be sure that you understand who and what you are dealing with and what they are going to give you, before you hire anyone working in this sector.
  • Do you need to meet with the P.I.? No, not unless you want to. Much of what we do can be done quickly and with a minimal amount of inconvenience and the formality of a meeting is usually not necessary.
  • Always get a contract. Like any other service, you should get a contract that indicates what you are hiring the P.I. for and what you will get in return. If they cannot or will not present you with a contract, hang up the phone.
  • Experience. Some private investigators have little or no investigative background. There are those who have retired from a law enforcement or military career and decide that being a “private investigator” would be action packed and exciting. They enroll in some Private Detective school and after two months, they become a P.I. Does that mean that they are qualified to investigate your case? Not necessarily! It is important that you know the qualifications and experience of the investigator that will be working on your case. In our opinion, the more experienced the investigator, the greater the likelihood that your desired results will be achieved. You don’t want a 19 year old kid with a video camera conducting surveillance for you.
  • Licensed and Bonded. Being bonded is a requirement in most states to get a license. If you see a P.I. advertising that they are “bonded” that does not mean that they are a better investigator or that they have some special status.
  • Are they insured? Bear in mind that the private investigator who you hire is working for you, as your agent. If he or she is working on you case and damages someone’s property, gets in a car accident, presents false information, etc., etc., etc., they should have ample insurance to cover any loses. If they don’t, you are exposed. This is just good common sense. It should be no problem for a reputable investigator to present a certificate of insurance coverage for you to review and verify.
  • You get what you pay for. Nothing further needed.

Important Information about Investigations:

If you feel that your husband, wife, boy friend or girl friend is cheating on you, be sure to tell us eveything. As your private investigator, we are only able to get you the proof and evidence you need if you tell us the whole story. Anything less can have a dramatic affect on our ability to get you the information you seek. Although we are among the best private investigators in the industry specializing in infidelity and cheating cases who are recognized experts in court, we are not magicians! We cannot make things exist that don’t. We cannot find infidelity where it does not exist and sometimes, despite signs to the contrary, there is no infidelity or it is too infrequent or too well hidden to be found.

Accordingly, we do not guarantee any outcome on any case.

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