Infidelity, investment scams, false resumes, fake companies, identity theft, romance scams, corporate espionage are all just a few of the many hundreds of reasons clients are relying on private investigators. Both business and private clients want to minimize their risk and gather clear evidence ahead of decision making. In today’s world, it’s definitely better to be safe than sorry, and get all the facts you need before possible endangering your business.
Here are 5 reasons you might hire a private investigator:
- Business background check
All businesses, like people, have a past. This past can have a direct impact on the business’s profitability, especially when looking for investors or buyers. What you see may not truly mirror what the business is all about. Private investigators can research, investigate and deliver evidence proving that you’re doing business with a reputable entity.
- Employment background check
False CVs and backgrounds do occur and can very easily put your company at risk. Companies who are serious about protecting themselves and hiring only the best take these verifications seriously. Checking an applicant’s criminal record alone is not a prudent verification method, and certainly does not constitute a ‘’thorough” investigation. Professional investigators verify employment candidates in detail, and determine if the individual is competent and qualified, before you commit.
- 3. Divorce and family law investigations
If you suspect your spouse is cheating or hiding important information or assets from you, may want to hire a private investigator. An investigator can help your lawyer uncover evidence, if and when needed. There is no evidence more compelling than photographic and video evidence from surveillance footage.
- Criminal investigations
A private investigator can assist with ongoing criminal investigations, filling in gaps when overworked and unpaid law enforcement agencies fall short. Our investigators will provide detail reports outlining their findings and present it in such a way you can pass it on to your lawyer.
- Fraud/embezzlement investigations
All too often businesses find themselves in a situation where assets are missing, books aren’t properly kept or bribes have been taken. Our experienced investigators can determine if assets were fictitious, improper payments were made or whether there were other misrepresentations.
If you feel any of these situations apply to you, call us today.