Years of experience has taught a few things to the professionals at . And one of the top rules of thumb we encourage you to follow? Well, we suggest that if you're thinking that you should speak to a private investigator, chances are good that you should do exactly that.
In our business, we've often seen that when a person has a hunch, it's for a good reason. Even if you can't quite verbalize what you think is out of place or wrong or not honest, always listen to your intuition. In the opinion of , that sixth sense or intuition or whatever you choose to call it … well, it's rarely wrong. Around our office, we have lots of respect for intuition. In fact we trust it in our line of work.
When clients sit down with us, sometimes they are embarrassed to admit that all they can share for sure is that “something just doesn't feel right.” But we want you to immediately know that you don't have to have all the answers or even all the questions. After all, if you knew everything about what you're asking, you wouldn't need our professional assistance. Would you?
From your hunch, no matter how vague it might be, know the exact questions to ask. We know how to begin the investigation, simply by following your lead. That's because we trust your gut as much as we trust our own.
For example, married persons often enter our office, requesting that we “follow my wife” or “follow my husband.” They “have a feeling” that their spouse is having an extramarital affair. There is often the feeling that some financial maneuvers are taking place in preparation for a surprise divorce. Finding unknown accounts, hidden money and missing assets is a specialty of . It takes special skills and tools as well as perseverance and tenacity on the part of the asset search investigator.
Unfortunately, those client hunches are often justified. Once our clients request that the truth be found, we do our best to provide the evidence. Using the latest technology, tools and surveillance equipment to gather answers, we are flexible and capable of providing each client with a unique plan for their individual needs. Depending on what type of information you need, we develop a plan and get started. We know that the truth is as important to you as it is to us.
-Brenda McGinley, CEO, All in Investigations, All in Investigations