When you hear the phrase “spy surveillance,” what is the first thing that comes to mind? Undercover secret agents with cool gadgets and fast cars, like James Bond? Trench-coated detectives in dark glasses mysteriously lurking in the shadows? It’s all very intriguing, the stuff of action movies and suspense thrillers. But what is the truth about spy surveillance? Here is what you need to know about the real world of spy surveillance and what it means for you.
First of all, surveillance services offered by an investigative firm such as J.P. Investigative Group are typically reserved for cases involving domestic matters such as infidelity, as well as fraud cases including Workman’s Compensation fraud, insurance fraud and other fraudulent activity that may affect the outcome of a court case. The investigators participating in the surveillance use techniques including videotaping, voice recording, photography and interviews of friends, neighbors, relatives and even the suspects themselves. An experienced investigator can determine when a person is acting suspicious, which leads to more in-depth investigation to find the answers they need.
If the surveillance services involve possible insurance fraud, investigators can find clues through suspicious activities such as money transfers, secret meetings between two parties in corroboration with one another, and sometimes even DNA evidence. In cases of Workman’s Compensation fraud, the investigator will try to determine whether the extent of the party’s injuries are as great as he or she claims, or if he or she is in fact even injured at all, by tracking their daily activities and attempting to prove that they are in better health than they claim.
If you believe you require investigative services that include surveillance, J.P. Investigative Group can help. Our experienced team of knowledgeable, trustworthy private investigators will conduct the surveillance you need without compromising your confidentiality and while upholding the high ethical standards that are a hallmark of our investigative firm. We service clients in and around our home office of Charlotte, NC, as well as a range of other states, and will work to provide you with the evidence you need to further your court case with the utmost trustworthiness and professionalism. Call today to schedule a consultation with a private investigator regarding your surveillance needs. Since 1998, J.P. Investigative Group has been providing clients with thorough, effective investigative services at competitive prices. Call today and see how we can help you.
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