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    There are hundreds of reasons to hire a professional Private Investigator; from investigating suspected business or insurance fraud or marital infidelity, to asset search, locating missing persons, to conducting a background investigation on a person or business, before you make a commitment. Most Private Investigators are former law enforcement officers who are accurate and discreet, when it comes to taking on an assignment.
    Many people think that private investigators only specialize in investigations that are outside the jurisdiction of the Police or the FBI, but in reality we offer a wide range of services to Attorneys, businesses and the general public. We have the tools and the knowledge to handle the most complex and hazardous tasks.
    A private investigator is hired to inconspicuously gather details about a person or property of interest and to provide detailed reports and documentation to the hiring party. This documentation often includes digital photos and videotapes. Although private investigators try to avoid detection and confrontation, the work can be dangerous and most private investigators are trained to handle that danger. Individuals may hire a private investigator to document suspected infidelity, fraud or for background checks. Celebrity clients and CEOs frequently hire private investigators for personal protection. Depending on the laws of the jurisdiction, the private investigator may be armed. Corporations may hire a private investigator to perform physical surveillance to prevent criminal schemes originating outside the corporation.
    It always pays to hire a professional licensed Private Investigator, before there is a problem, however most clients come to us after they have fallen victim to some scam or they entered into a bad personal or business relationship. We always give free confidential consultation by telephone or e-mail, and there is no obligation on your part. However, if you do retain our services, we will always provide a high level of expertise and integrity in rendering the service.

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