PRIVATE INVESTIGATION SERVICE DIRECTORY
There are hundreds of reasons to hire a professional Private Investigator; from investigating suspected business or
insurance fraud or marital infidelity, to asset search, locating missing persons, to conducting a background investigation
on a person or business, before you make a commitment. Most Private Investigators are former law enforcement officers who
are accurate and discreet, when it comes to taking on an assignment.
Many people think that private investigators only specialize in investigations that are outside the jurisdiction of
the Police or the FBI, but in reality we offer a wide range of services to Attorneys, businesses and the general public. We
have the tools and the knowledge to handle the most complex and hazardous tasks.
A private investigator is hired to inconspicuously gather details about a person or
property of interest and to provide detailed reports and documentation to the hiring party. This documentation often includes
digital photos and videotapes. Although private investigators try to avoid detection and confrontation, the work can be dangerous
and most private investigators are trained to handle that danger. Individuals may hire a private investigator to document
suspected infidelity, fraud or for background checks. Celebrity clients and CEOs frequently hire private investigators for
personal protection. Depending on the laws of the jurisdiction, the private investigator may be armed. Corporations may hire
a private investigator to perform physical surveillance to prevent criminal schemes originating outside the corporation.
It always pays to hire a professional licensed Private Investigator, before there is a problem, however most clients
come to us after they have fallen victim to some scam or they entered into a bad personal or business relationship. We always
give free confidential consultation by telephone or e-mail, and there is no obligation on your part. However, if you do retain
our services, we will always provide a high level of expertise and integrity in rendering the service.
REMEMBER THE RIGHT TO PRIVACY LAWS
We will decline to take on any investigative assignment where we believe that the client has not provided sufficient
legal justification or permissible purpose to initiate an investigation.
"One who intentionally intrudes, physically or otherwise, upon the solitude or seclusion of another
or his private affairs or concerns, is subject to liability to the other for the invasion of his privacy, if the intrusion
would be highly offensive to a reasonable person." or "the right of an individual to be . . . protected from any
wrongful intrusion into his [or her] private life which would outrage or cause mental suffering, shame or humiliation to a
person of ordinary sensibilities."
Practical Guide to Taping Phone Calls and In-Person Conversations in the 50 States and D.C.
ASSET SEARCH - NEW YORK - ASSET INVESTIGATION
We find assets. Our asset searches include business ownership or employment, real property, stock brokerage
accounts, bank accounts, tax liens, judgments, bankruptcies, motor vehicles, watercraft, etc. We search for and find assets
on people and businesses regarding: Divorce proceedings, enforcement of court judgments, investments, joint ventures and acquisitions.
We do not use pretext or deceptive practices
while conducting asset searches. We use a combination of public, private and court records resources to obtain all information
within federal and state laws.
background investigations on individuals or companies anywhere in the USA. Due diligence refers to the standard of care necessary to prevent the possibility of being held
liable for negligence. Background searches can consist of; names used, AKA's, marriage, employment, divorce records, criminal
records, financial, civil court, assets, prior address history, bankruptcies, liens, court judgments, corporate search, motor
vehicles, driving records, professional licenses, police reports, etc. We obtain information on a targeted individual
or suspect for the purpose of conducting a thorough investigation of white collar crime, organized crime, vice activities
or any other type of criminal investigation. The client is provided with a detailed certified report.
- We return the following information:
- NAME VERIFICATION
- Last reported address Verification of information related
to the SSN Historical address information back 7 to 10 years, AKA's & possible other Social Security Numbers used
year/date of birth Information related to social security numbers Driver licenses (subject to State Law) Listed phone numbers.
Liens & Judgments against subject Bankruptcies.
Property Ownership including Real property.
UCC Lien Filings.
Professional Licenses search.
Possible Relatives & Associates.
addresses and phone numbers.
State criminal file check.
- The Privacy
Rights Clearinghouse, a nonprofit consumer education and advocacy program that offers consumers information on how to protect
their personal privacy, has a fact sheet on employment background checks. According to the PRC, background reports can include
verification of a Social Security number, obtaining a driving record and criminal records, and even obtaining a detailed account
of the potential employee's history, drug test records and acquaintances. Much of this information is in public records
created by government agencies.
- Before you make an investment decision we can provide you with
the financial information, licensing, names of corporate officers, credit ratings and essential facts on a corporation,
which may make the difference between success and failure in your investment or business commitments. We conduct investigations
for corporations who suspect employee embezzlement, internal theft or who are victims
of business fraud. We also conduct background and due diligence search on corporate officers, executives and employees to
ensure their integrity. We conduct a comprehensive search for arrests or other criminal records in a fraud case, personal
bankruptcies, evidence of gambling or drinking problems, disparities in an executive's lifestyle and salary and any sexual
SEXUAL HARASSMENT INVESTIGATIONS
We conduct a thorough and
comprehensive investigation involving allegations of Sexual Harassment or hostile work environment at the workplace. Sexual harassment is a form of gender discrimination that violates EEOC federal laws under
Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and state laws such as the Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA), which was applied in the Weeks case. FEHA makes sexual harassment of an employee by any person within the work place unlawful
and holds an employer strictly liable for sexual harassment committed by an agent or supervisor employed by his or her company.
REQUIRED BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION NEW YORK STATE BANKING DEPARTMENT
We conduct a comprehensive certified
background report of investigation in connection with your application to organize an insurance premium finance agency supervised
by the New York State Banking Department, where an investigative background report is required.
Otherwise known as marital infidelity. When you believe that your spouse is not
being faithful, we perform an investigation that will give you the satisfaction and peace of mind you require.
If you are going through a rough divorce, and your attorney needs that evidence in court to prove infidelity, we will make attempts to make the videotape and provide photos along with a written
report highlighting the suspicious activities in your case. We will document the amount of time the two of them spend
together alone, which gives them the opportunity to commit adultery. A course of conduct is getting the subject and the third
party, where they had time and opportunity to spend together on at least two or three occasions.
Paul Falzone, author of the book "Find The Right One"
and CEO of "The Right One" and "Together," two nationwide dating services, openly recommended the hiring
of private investigators to check out individuals BEFORE getting too involved in a relationship. His recommendation
was carried in an excellent article in the online publication WebMD.
Matrimonial advice according to Henny Youngman:
You have two choices
in life: You can stay single and be miserable, or get married and wish you were dead.
At a cocktail party, one woman said
to another, "Aren't you wearing your wedding ring on the wrong finger?" Yes, I am. I married the
A lady inserted an 'ad' in the classifieds: "Husband Wanted". Next day she received
a hundred letters. They all said the same thing: "You can have mine."
When a woman steals your husband,
there is no better revenge than to let her keep him.
New York Law Journal
February 02, 2010
MISSING PERSON INVESTIGATION
Who may be classified as a Missing Person?
A person who is absent under circumstances indicating unaccountable or involuntary disappearance.
We at Inter-Pro Investigations conduct a complete and thorough investigation for a person who
is reported to law enforcement authorities and is classified as missing from a New York State residence. We also investigate
cases where the missing person is mentally or physically impaired, or he/she has run away from home in another State and there is a possibility that he/she may be located in New York. Generally, the
investigation of a Missing Person should be commenced as soon as possible, with a search initiating at the location where
the missing person was last observed. Our objective is to ensure the safe return of your loved one.
The National Incidence Studies of Missing, Abducted,
Runaway and Thrownaway Children (NISMART) estimated 1,682,900 youth had a runaway or throwaway episode during 1999. Fortunately, NISMART also found that 77% of all
runaways return home within a week. It is often assumed that runaways are not at significant risk away from home. To the contrary,
NISMART found that many runaways engage in criminal activity; associate with a "violent" person; use hard drugs
(or associate with someone known to be abusing drugs); or are sexually assaulted or engage in sexual activity (for money,
drugs, food or shelter) during the course of the "episode".
We conduct a complete and thorough investigation of a Homicide, Suicide or Suspicious
Death case that has not been solved by local law enforcement authorities. We visit the crime scene or location
of incident and attempt to re interview witnesses by canvassing the area. We attempt to determine the cause of death, collect
evidence and assist law enforcement agencies to identify and arrest the perpetrator(s).
UNSOLVED CRIMINAL CASES
We conduct a complete a thorough investigation into the following
acts of criminal conduct:
- Drugs / Narcotics overdose
- Lost or Stolen property
a complete and thorough investigation into allegations of corruption and serious misconduct by local law enforcement officers,
including the use of excessive or unnecessary force and abuse of authority. We assist the victim/citizen with filing a formal
complaint against the subject officer(s) with the Chief of Department or with Internal Affairs. In case of allegation of corruption
or violation of civil rights, we assist the victim with filing a formal complaint with the FBI and the US. Attorney.
PUBLIC RECORDS SEARCH
access to billions of public records nationwide. By having the availability of a comprehensive on-line database of public
records, we can immediately conduct a search for the following records:
- Business Filings
- Marriage and Divorce Records (restricted)
- Birth Records
- Civil filings / UCC
- Criminal Records
- Death Index
- Motor Vehicles & Driving Records
- Credit headers - last known address.
- Listed or Unlisted telephone numbers.
- Real Estate Records
- Verification of State Professional
Locating non-payers who move frequently or hide from
the courts is one of the main reasons why many women wait years to receive child support checks. If you provide us with the copy of the court order and give us the deadbeat's SSN we will locate him/her for
you for a flat $100.00 fee.
you ask us to conduct an investigation be sure that your request falls into one of these categories.
Guidelines for Permissible Purpose:
1. For use in official
government duties or obligations by a federal, state, or local government agency,
or any officer, employee, or agent of such agency.
2. For use in official
law enforcement duties or obligations by a federal, state, or local law enforcement
agency, or any officer, employee, or agent of such agency.
3. For use by a financial
institution or any officer, employee, or agent of a financial institution in
the course of investigating misconduct or negligence on the part of any officer,
employee, or agent of the financial
institution as part of an institution's required risk control program or to detect
or prevent actual or potential fraud.
4. For use by an
insurance institution or any officer, employee, or agency of an insurance institution,
as part of an insurance investigation into criminal activity, fraud, or other
investigations authorized under state law, regulations,interpretations, or order
as part of an institution's
required risk control program or to detect or prevent actual or potential fraud.
5. For use for any
of the following purposes as they relate to consumer insurance: account administration,
reporting, investigating, preventing fraud or material misrepresentation,
processing insurance claims, or as otherwise required or specifically
permitted under federal or state law.
6. For use by a state-licensed
Private Investigator or investigative firm to collect child support from a person
adjudged to have been delinquent in his or her obligations by a federal or state
long as the investigator
has been authorized by an order or judgment
of a court of competent jurisdiction and is authorized to
act on behalf of the person to whom the obligation is owed.
7. For use as necessary
to effect, administer, or enforce a transaction requested or authorized by the
consumer, including location for collection of a delinquent account.
8. For use to protect
against or prevent actual or potential fraud, unauthorized transactions, claims,
or other liability.
9. For use in required
institutional risk control programs.
10.For use in resolving
customer disputes or inquiries.
11.For use by persons,
or their representatives, holding a legal or beneficial interest relating to
12.For use by persons
acting with the consumer's consent in a fiduciary or representative capacity
on behalf of the consumer.
13.For use in complying
with federal, state, or local laws, rules, and other applicable legal requirements.
14.For use in complying
with a properly authorized civil, criminal, or regulatory investigation, subpoena,
or summons by federal, state, or local authorities.
15.For any other
use permitted nor restricted by law and which may reasonably be expected to be
part of the normal course and scope of your business or profession or FOR USE
FOR ANY NON-BUSINESS CLIENT.