Private Detectives provide a wide range of services

With all of the exposure to real time news stories, up to the minute updates any crimes that are being committed at any point all across the country, it is easy for a person to become disillusioned with the modern day populace. Trusting people is a weighty task, and it also makes us all vulnerable to deception and theft. That theft can be of our worldly possessions and our money, but it can also be of our faith in humankind.

It is always a good idea to carry a hefty amount of wariness with you when you go into the world, but there are steps that you can take to protect yourself and still allow yourself to have meaningful relationships with other people. PI services can perform background checks on pretty much any person alive, no matter where in the world they are located. They can help make sure that the person that you are about to put your trust in, or give access to your financial assets, is indeed a trustworthy person.  Private investigators can actually perform a wide variety of services, not just background checks. Here are a few of the services that you can seek out a private eye to conduct on your behalf:

  1. Child custody cases. If you are dealing with a difficult custody case with your child, then you will want to make sure that you are doing everything you can to protect your child. Child custody cases can be very frustrating and very hard to win. In fact, if you are seeking out sole custody of your child, then you will likely to bring a very good reason to the courts in order to justify it. And you had better be able to back up that reason with cold hard evidence. Accusations alone will not be enough, but a private eye can help you to obtain the factual proof that you need in order to win your case.
  2. Employment history. When you work for a large corporation, you do not have to worry about going through the hassle of setting up a background check on every new employee. That is often a service that the corporation will already pay for and handle for you. However, have you ever wondered who exactly is doing those background checks? Many of them are being done by private investigator firms. Most of them will automatically check for the normal stuff, like past history of violating the law or jail time, or anything else on government record, but they do not check for the little things. For example, they do not verify that the social security number that they are running actually belongs to the person that gave it to you. Computer systems can not check against identity theft that is the job of a person to verify. You want an employee that is working for you in your small business to be who they say that they are, and that means using a private eye to check against these things.