Posted by Pamela S. on Tuesday, October 9th, 2012
If you have ever wondered how your case is handled by a private investigator, here is a primer on the investigative process, from the time we welcome your business until the results reach your hands. For most private investigators in the field, this
is the view from their office window. Behind that investigator is an entire staff that provides support and works for you.
Posted by Pamela S. on Monday, October 8th, 2012
Not every investigation can be conducted locally, sometimes you need an out-of-state private investigator to do the work. What are the benefits and risks of working with a private investigation agency in another state?
Posted by Pamela S. on Friday, October 5th, 2012
Have you ever seen a car like this following you? Let’s say you were under investigation by a private investigator. How long viagra lowest price do you think it would take you to notice a red Ferrari 308 GTS in your rear view mirror?
Posted by Pamela S. on Thursday, October 4th, 2012
When people hear the terms business intelligence, corporate intelligence or competitive intelligence, they often think “corporate espionage”. Here is the difference: one of these is illegal and unethical. A private investigator is an information gat
herer with an edge. We aren’t a market research company and we aren’t management consultants, but what we do can be more strategic and valuable to your company than both of those services.
Posted by Pamela S. on Wednesday, October 3rd, 2012
Jim or Jane is applying for a position with your company. They provide you with a resume, a Social Security Number, and photocopies of their credentials. Everything looks good. All fake: fake diploma, driver’s licence and birth certificate purchased
Posted by Pamela S. on Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012
We could give you 20 reasons to conduct a background check on a future hire or current employee. You could search background checks online and find even more reasons, but nothing speaks louder than real life. Don’t make your place of employment a cri
Posted by Pamela S. on Monday, October 1st, 2012
Everyone has their own comfort level regarding the amount of information that they want to share with the world. Younger people put it all out there on Facebook. Some people are upset that Google Street View has taken a photo of their house and publi
shed it online. Your privacy is being compromised everyday, and it isn’t by us, in the private investigation industry.The biggest threat to your privacy is through data collection by advertising companies or the government.
Posted by Pamela S. on Friday, September 28th, 2012
Most companies realize the benefits of pre-employment background screening on new hires. The same due diligence should be exercised with other people who interact with, or represent your company. Vendors, independent contractors and volunteers can im
pact your organization in a negative way, if you bring on the wrong people. Here is a checklist of reasons to hire a private investigator to screen non-employees.
Posted by Pamela S. on Thursday, September 27th, 2012
Today is the 14th Anniversary of the birth of Google. Actually the real date was September 7th, but that is just nit-picking, Google wants it to be today, so today it is. Google revolutionized the way we conduct investigations. I’m sure it has done the same thing for your business. Google’s founding mission is to “organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful.” Google has provided us with an “in” to the world of information. Google made my life and yours better in so many ways. In their honor, here are 14 ways Google has helped us help you.
Posted by Pamela S. on Wednesday, September 26th, 2012
Buy a house and keep a house. Mortgage fraud isn’t going away anytime soon. The FBI and federal authorities have made mortgage fraud a priority. That doesn’t mean you won’t get scammed. Whether you are buying or selling, you need to be proactive and
watch for the signs of fraud.