Simply put, whatever you requested when the investigation started. Photographs, videos, reports and any other information that you asked us to find out. Some clients want pictures only, some want reports, others just need names and addresses. During the process we will get a “wish list” from you and it will tell us what YOU want us to provide.
Do you take photos or video?
Yes we do, in every case possible it is our ultimate goal to document any actions through digital photographs or video. HOWEVER, in some cases due to lighting conditions or where the investigation may be compromised we may not be able to obtain proof through these means. That DOES NOT mean however that the information isn’t documented by our trained investigators. Photos and video are not required to prove your case, please remember this!
What if they aren’t doing anything wrong?
Then we say GOOD FOR YOU! The only promises you get from us regarding results is that you will have the facts to make your decisions. We can’t promise to catch anyone doing anything, only to report what the “target” is doing. We tell our clients, the fact he/she is not doing anything should give you peace of mind which is priceless!
What’s this going to cost me?
Again, every case is different and there is no way to know how long it will take to get all of the information you need. What sets us apart from other investigation companies is that we maintain a line of communication with our clients so that they can be informed of everything we are seeing and doing. This allows them to stay involved in their case and make decisions based on new and up to date information. By doing this, the client isn’t “surprised” with costs or fees because they are speaking with a representative as often as they wish so that they can make informed decisions.
How long do these cases normally take?
Every case is different and relies totally on a number of variables associated with each case. Keep in mind that everything we do is dependent on everything that the “target” does. So to answer, there is no way of knowing how long your case will take. As a rule however, if it’s something that the “target” is doing quite often, the case usually ends much quicker than if it’s a random and rare event.