I was browsing the internet (as you do) and came across some quite good articles made by private investigators. They were mostly by American investigators. Is it just me or are we here in the UK a bit backwards with using the internet? Anyway I… Read More »There are some interesting investigations blogs out there
People tend to want to jump straight into using a Private Investigator to find out if your better half is actually your worst nightmare. But sometimes that like using a hammer to crack a nut. A better option when you are not sure if or… Read More »Using GPS Trackers to confirm your worst suspicions
What qualities do you like best about your process server? 1 – Ability to serve anywhere in the UK? 2 – Price? 3 – Ability to trace the servee in the event that they have moved on or are evading service? 4 – Ability to… Read More »What is the best type of Process Server?
The government (in the form of the SIA) has been wrestling with the definition and still isn’t sure. You see they are trying to license Private Investigators in the UK and in order to do that they have to define what they do. In all… Read More »What’s the difference between a Private Investigator and a Process Server?
Sometimes you don’t have to do anything and the media write about you. Well tell a lie, Neil Sheppard from Trident Investigations got a call one day from a journalist writing for Maxim Magazine about Private Investigators. He mentions my name as well as another… Read More »Maxim’s Private Investigator
https://londoninvestigates.salgadoreyes.wpengine.com/process-server.htmlI bet that when you think about what a Private Investigator is; you think Sherlock Holmes or ITV’s Vincent or even Magnum. Whatever your preconception, the reality is likely to be very different. So what is it? What do they do and how do they… Read More »How to become a private investigator
I was reading my local paper today and couldn’t help but notice the headline “Businesses hit by catalytic crimes”. Apparently there has been a string of thefts involving catalytic converters. One business captured the thieves on CCTV but unfortunately for them, the group of thieves… Read More »When CCTV doesn’t help
Identity theft is rampant all over the world. More and more people are finding suspicious charges on their credit cards and receiving bills for loans they never applied for. Some people do not know they have been victims of identity theft until they check their… Read More »Identity Theft
With one in 10 adults admitting to having made a fraudulent claim* on a general insurance policy, such as home or motor insurance, companies are quite rightly are on their guard. *(Source: ABI (Association of British Insurers) May 2007) When I saw this documentary on… Read More »Scams, Fiddles and The Insurance Investigator