Magnifying Glass In HandIt’s not unusual for furious people to call or visit . They aren’t furious with us, but with a situation and that is the reason they are contacting us. And sometimes with that fury comes an intent that we cannot service.

For instance, one man recently came in with a situation that had him in a blind rage. He was red in the face and yelling. He knew an employee was stealing from his supply house and he wanted this employee stopped. He wanted us to, “threaten him with his job and intimidate him into confessing publicly.”

We let him have his say and then we told him we would not, could not do as he requested. He stopped and told us he thought that was what PIs did. That made us think; there had to be more people out there who thought the same thing.

Here is a short (very short) list of what we can do:

  • Asset investigation
  • Background checks
  • Bug sweep
  • Cell phone forensics
  • Cell phone spyware detection
  • Cell tower triangulation
  • Child custody investigation
  • Computer forensics investigations
  • Computer data forensics recovery
  • Conduct Due Diligence
  • Corporate espionage investigation
  • Covert surveillance
  • Discover identity of restricted call records
  • Employee theft investigation
  • Financial investigations
  • Find hidden assets
  • Find missing persons
  • Fugitive recovery
  • Handwriting analysis
  • Heir finder
  • Insurance fraud investigation
  • Marital infidelity investigation
  • Medical malpractice lawsuit investigation
  • Hidden camera detection
  • Insurance fraud
  • Mobile phone tracking
  • Product liability cases
  • Social media engineering
  • Technical Surveillance Countermeasures (TSCM)
  • Wireless forensics
  • Wiretap detection

Nowhere on that list or in our methodology is there any mention of threatening or intimating actions. At , the purpose of every investigation is to uncover the truth in an ethical and legal manner. When you need help to find the facts and truth, is ready.

-Brenda McGinley, CEO, All in Investigations, All in Investigations