Using Asset Investigations for an Effective Debt Collection Solution

Being indebted, regardless of how much is owed, can indeed be a difficult and frustrating experience. Not known to most debtors, these are the same sentiments that creditors feel when they don’t get paid back. Creditors also desire to wipe out all loans as much as borrowers do, but only when they get back what is rightly owed them, or at least, as much of that as possible. Continue reading Using Asset Investigations for an Effective Debt Collection Solution

Cheating Spouse? Surveillance Investigations Can Give Your Mind Peace

Certain factors cause the flame in a marriage to die out—individual differences, financial difficulties, etc. Yet infidelity remains the most heartbreaking of all. At the end of that long toil of doubt, fear, and helplessness, there exists only three possibilities: your worries are unfounded, your spouse admits cheating, or you discover it yourself. Here are three signs your marriage may be in trouble: Continue reading Cheating Spouse? Surveillance Investigations Can Give Your Mind Peace

Corporate Investigations Can Aid Insurers in the Fight Against Fraud

Insurance fraud’s potency as a problem has gained greater attention in recent years, and rightfully so. Not a lot of people are exactly aware of its extent and how much it costs the industry. According to the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB), fraud costs the industry roughly $30 billion annually, which is a massive tally on its own. In addition, at least 10 percent of all property and casualty losses are fraudulent, with health insurance fraud costs registering higher numbers. Continue reading Corporate Investigations Can Aid Insurers in the Fight Against Fraud

Private Investigations: A Look Into the Trade of the Modern Sherlock

Portrayals in various books, movies, and TV shows have all contributed to the stereotypical image of a private investigator as someone who works in a dimly-lit, often smoky office, solving criminal cases using a series of methods: taking photographs, scouring areas for clues others might have overlooked, questioning witnesses, and such. In the minds of many, the typical investigator wears a dark-colored trench coat and a fedora, and smokes a pipe. Continue reading Private Investigations: A Look Into the Trade of the Modern Sherlock

What You Need to Know Before You Start Engaging in Asset Investigation

If you are in a position where a person or a group owes you money, but they claim they can’t pay you, you can benefit from asset investigations. Asset investigations can take place in a number of circumstances, including cases that involve spousal support during a divorce settlement or in a global business dispute. Essentially, asset investigators work as detectives that aim to uncover the financial holdings of those who would rather keep these records hidden. Continue reading What You Need to Know Before You Start Engaging in Asset Investigation

Why You Should Hire a Surveillance Investigator to Get at the Truth

In a perfect world, you would be able to trust the word of others without having a cause to question their honesty. Unfortunately, the world isn’t perfect and not everyone is as honest as you’d like. From missing items at the workplace to insurance claims, many people try to scam the system and get away with whatever they can. Regardless of the situation, a private investigator with surveillance skills and technology can help you get to the truth of the matter. Continue reading Why You Should Hire a Surveillance Investigator to Get at the Truth

Corporate Investigations: Why Companies Need to Conduct One Often

Corporate investigations occur daily to protect companies, and their investors and employees. Companies hire corporate investigators to protect their funds and interests, and to make sure no one is stealing from them. These measures are implemented as well to make sure companies are striving to achieve their best potential. There are different parts or kinds of corporate investigations. Continue reading Corporate Investigations: Why Companies Need to Conduct One Often