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    The Top Questions On What Information You Can Expect From A Private Investigator

The Top Questions On What Information You Can Expect From A Private Investigator

We get a lot of questions with regards to specific requests for various types of investigations.

Mostly:  Is it possible to get…

A Driving History ~ Yes, to obtain a Driving History on an individual, we must have a valid reason to access the Bureau of Motor Vehicles.  EX:  Civil Litigation or Criminal Defense, Pre-Employment Background check (with authorization to release form signed by the Subject)
Registration Records ~ Yes, We will pull the registration records while we are conducting surveillance to verify if in fact an individual is residing at a specific residence.  We will pull a registration record in the process of serving legal documents when the defendant or witness is dodging service.  We also pull registration records for a Civil Litigation Case [...]

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Do You Want the Truth About an Uncomfortable Situation in Your Life? Here’s What to Expect When Hiring A Private Investigator

When a Client calls for an Investigation, our staff is prepared to answer their questions and understand their concerns. They may ask for surveillance, a lie detector test, a technical or forensic investigation or background information and in each request, we must be prepared to assist them.  We have established ourselves as a “One Stop Shop” so that our Client’s search for information ends with a call to us.

No one person can conduct every aspect of an investigation, that is why our team members have specific qualifications to include the professionalism and courtesy of the individual answering the phone, to conducting forensic data recovery, [...]

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    Is the Information on Me an Error or Am I a Victim of Identity Theft?

Is the Information on Me an Error or Am I a Victim of Identity Theft?

Documentation: Official or unofficial require human input. And that creates an opportunity for inputting errors.

Errors are a result of not paying attention, hitting the wrong key, having old information and/or not providing updated information. Below are examples of how incorrect information can be misleading.

Example #1: Public Records: Recently we discovered that an individual who had no interest in a case was listed as one of the defendants when in fact they were the Registered Agent. They never received any notification from the court that a judgment was awarded against the rightful defendant and them, as the Registered Agent. Years later when conducting a background check upon themselves, this “error” was discovered. Although the judgment was small, the reporting error played a huge role in [...]

May 8th, 2019|Identity Theft|