FAQs

Do you guarantee the results?

Unfortunately NO firm can guarantee results, as it is impossible to predict what any investigation may reveal. We can give you some idea of the results that may be produced from your investigation based on our past experiences, but there is no way to guarantee results! We never make promises we can’t keep! We report the facts in each case as they occur.

How much does it cost to hire an investigator?

Rates vary depending on the service you need. Surveillance is billed on an hourly basis plus a mileage charge or a flat rate depending on the nature of your case. During your initial consultation, we will obtain the details regarding your circumstances and provide you with a free quote. We will never go over the surveillance time allotted according to your budget, without obtaining your permission beforehand. Payments can be made by credit card, cash, check, or money order. Check out Private Investigator Fees: Hоw Muсh Will It Cost? for more information.

Do you offer free consultations?

Yes, each assignment starts with a free confidential consultation. During the consultation, we will discuss your case and it is important that all details be shared at this time. This allows us to determine the best investigative methods to utilize during your investigations, how many hours will be needed, what type of evidence will need to be obtained and an estimate of cost. You can also feel free to ask any questions at this time.

When can you start my investigation?

Usually 24-hour notice is plenty of time; however we can sometimes start a case immediately depending on your needs. First, we will gather all of the facts and complete the necessary forms in order to begin the investigation.

Who hires private investigators?

Law firms, corporations, insurance companies, private parties and entities not involved with the government or police.

Why should I hire a private investigator?

There are hundreds of reasons to hire a private investigator; from investigating suspected infidelity to locating missing persons. A licensed private investigator can provide quality, court-admissible evidence and back it up with expert court testimony. Observations by a third party that is not involved carry more weight in court. In some situations, attempting to acquire evidence yourself could endanger you or your family. Some forms of evidence are only court-admissible if handled by a licensed private investigator.

How Can I Contact You?

We offer a few ways for our clients to contact us. Please visit our Contact Us page for all the details.