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Services Assurtiy Provides

  1. Asset Search - in an asset investigation, the investigator may search public records that confirm property or real estate ownership by an individual or corporate entity.

  2. Background Checks - whether simple or complex, private investigators can perform extensive background checks on individuals to determine criminal history, past aliases, or even to simply confirm information given as part of a job application or interview

  3. Bug Sweep, Bug Detection - a type of cyber investigation, this type of investigator may perform electronic sweeps of areas for the purpose of finding hidden recording devices or location trackers.

  4. Child Support / Custody - hired by an individual, a private investigator may do a custody investigation in order to determine the best placement of a child between legal custodial guardians, or any misconduct among those parties

  5. Civil - a civil investigator’s goal is to seek out and uncover information related to a civil trial—that is, when one person sues another for any number of reasons 

  6. Criminal - a criminal investigator is very similar to a detective that is part of law enforcement, as they investigate criminal acts in order to bring forward evidence at a criminal trial

  7. Domestic - domestic investigators pursue cases such as infidelity, child support or parental custody, typically using surveillance.

  8. Due Diligence - typically involving corporate clients, due diligence investigation is that done for the larger purposes of a business transaction of some sort

  9. Electronic/Video/Photo Surveillance - a private investigator skilled in electronic surveillance will likely be adept at using various types of recording devices or online history as part of their larger investigation, while video and photo surveillance are more focused on the physical whereabouts of the person or group being investigated. 

  10. Fraud - often hired by a company (like an insurance company) a fraud investigator is primarily focused on determining whether or not someone is using fraud in order to gain some sort of financial payoff

  11. Identity Theft - an investigator might be hired for identity theft investigation in order to determine if, who, or when an instance of identity theft occurred

  12. Infidelity / Cheating Spouse - typically referred to as a domestic investigation, an investigator in this instance would be focused on high surveillance tactics to determine if a spouse or partner is engaged in extramarital situations

  13. Insurance Fraud - in these cases, a private investigator might examine claims in workers’ compensation cases, which can be susceptible to fraudulent activity.

  14. Internet Dating Investigation - rare but becoming more popular, an investigator would run background checks and use online and public information in order to determine if the information provided to a client is true and can be trusted.

  15. Judgment Recovery - while someone who owes money as part of a court ruling may typically find themselves in collections, a judgement recovery investigator may help uncover hidden assets or accounts in order to expedite recovery of those funds

  16. Missing Persons /People Locate / Skip Trace - whether seeking out a missing person or trying to locate someone who has “skipped town”, an investigator in this type of case may use a variety of tactics in order to locate or determine the whereabouts of a certain individual

  17. Process Service - process servers serve documentation to those involved in a court case, and an investigator can be a valuable part of this team—helping them determine where and when a person may be served with court documents

  18. Repossessions - when a valuable item must be repossessed, it is important to know where and when that item will be in order to recover it. For this reason, an investigator can be helpful in determining this information

  19. Social Media - becoming more popular due to catfishing cases, a social media investigator will seek out the information of who owns social media accounts, who is using them, and what they are used for

  20. Workers Compensation - when an employee files for workers’ compensation, it can mean a lot of money out of the company’s (or the insurance company’s) pocket. In a workers compensation investigation, an investigator looks for evidence of injury, as well as fraud to determine if the filing is justified

Experienced Investigations

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