Tag: private investigator

How to Catch a Cheater

P’yŏngsŏng Being cheated on by a partner is one of the most hurtful and humiliating experiences imaginable. Suspecting that your partner is being unfaithful can really shake you, and I it turns out to be true it can turn your entire world upside down. Catching cheaters is old hat for a seasoned investigator like myself. Over…
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5 Covid-19 Scams That Worked in 2020

http://theclaremont.co.uk/blog/480w As working, shopping and banking online have become more essential to those who might not be digitally-savvy, scammers have been taking advantage of this naivety. In 2020, the Crown Prosecution Service released a stark warning to the public regarding Covid-19 related scams, but the rise has been beyond expectations. Fraudsters are smart; here are just…
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What is a Polygraph?

http://wargereavy.com/multimedia_and_website_development And why I won’t use one Polygraphs, or lie detectors as they are more commonly known, are a staple in any spy movie or detective TV show. They even form a large part of ‘reality’ daytime tv, appearing regularly on programmes like The Jeremy Kyle Show (now axed) and similar talk shows. It makes some…
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How to Spot a Catfish

Vellmar Although fairly commonplace online, the term ‘Catfish’ or ‘Catfishing’ has actually only been around for the past ten years. It originates from the same-named film and subsequent MTV docu-series, following the stories of people who meet online and form deep, meaningful connections, only to find that the other party isn’t who they are claiming to…
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Business Safety During Covid-19

2020 has made us all rethink our working lives and the way we conduct our business day to day. Whole industries have needed to adapt dramatically, including redesigning workspaces, optimising their online presence/revenue and, perhaps most notably, enabling staff to work from home. And all these things require investment, such as new equipment and software,…
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Forensics and Private Investigation

Shakespeare once wrote ‘A fool thinks himself to be wise, but a wise man knows himself to be a fool’ and I definitely consider myself a fool! One of the things I love most about my job is that I am constantly learning new things. Most of the time this comes in the form of…
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Warning: Thieves Operate in this Season

In the UK, we are all familiar with the sign ‘WARNING: Thieves Operate in this Area’. You will find it in tourist hotspots, busy high streets or crowded car parks, but it could be hung almost anywhere. What do you do when you see this sign? I would wager my purse that most of us…
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Volunteer Services and Your Safety

The world we live in has changed a lot in the past months. While we have been physically distant, communities have come together to help their most vulnerable, celebrating the fact that we are all in this together even when we are apart. From community Facebook groups to national services, it has been humbling to…
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Shopping Scams

Oh the weather outside it frightful Online shopping is so delightful And that’s when your guard is low Scammers know, scammers know, scammers know. Buying gifts for loved ones during the holiday season can be a huge source of anxiety and stress for many of us, particularly focusing on stretching finances and finding the time…
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What makes a good Private Investigator?

When you are looking for the right Private Investigator for your case, the internet is full of advice and traits to look out for. It is impossible to remember every detail, and you may miss something important, like trying to remember an entire shopping list, but then looking at the shelves of options and drawing…
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