FAQ

Our Most Frequently Asked Questions

What can your firm do besides follow my husband around?

I get this often. We are diverse in our offering because we study and learn new skills. Can we sit and watch for hours? Yes. However, we try to offer more than your typical firm. We offer a full-range of consulting services from physical security to cyber security consulting. We can recover lost files on phones and other electronic devices. We can test physical and cyber security systems to see where you are vulnerable. The key is to give us a call, tell us your story, and see if we can help.

What is the craziest thing you have ever seen while conducting surveillance?

I will attempt to answer this without disclosing too much information. Every case has interesting twists. Whether domestic or criminal, each case is unique. I personally have seen guy in a clown suit walking down a neighborhood street on New Year’s Eve and a  romantic encounter next to a dumpster behind a drug store – both on the same night.

Other investigators have seen strange behavior such as a person sitting alone in a parking lot for days on end pretending to their family they were going to work.

How much does a typical investigation cost?

With each investigation having different goals and circumstances, it’s difficult to give a general price. We have conducted investigations ranging from $50 to $7,500. The key is the amount of time required to build a case. Call us and we will be able to quote you a fee based on your unique needs.

What type of equipment do you use?

Our investigators use a variety of surveillance equipment and devices. The cameras we use record in 4K and use infrared during low-light environments. Often, when following a subject on foot, we use standard smart phones to gather evidence. All tools use to gather evidence are legal.

Can I place a GPS tracker on my husband’s car?

The short answer is yes. However, arguments pertaining to privacy violations can be made if you are already separated and living in separate homes. Then the question comes down to ownership. If you are still listed on the title, then you are probably safe. The best bet is to contact your attorney and ensure you are not gathering evidence that can’t be used in court and possibly get you in trouble.

Contact us and we can assist you with the proper and legal way to track your assets.

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