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Depending on the reason for a background check, investigators search through a variety of resources to collect a wide range of information. The simplest, easiest way to find data is through the internet. Online resources are large databases, allowing investigators to access records from huge areas. While it may take time to learn how to

When performing a background check, especially on those born before computers and electronic records were standard, offline resources are the best bet. Offline options are most helpful in small towns, where an in-person visit to flip through paperwork could be more efficient than scrolling a state database. And while online records might be easier to

Background checks are all about providing peace of mind for a client. An answer to the question is this person trustworthy? in a variety of capacities. What’s pushing Wisconsinites to hire a private investigator to run a background check? Here’s our most common case types. Personal Relationships Before starting a new relationship, many men and

There’s no telling where your mark may go, so this month we’re offering a guide on the pro and cons of surveillance in cities, suburbs, and rural areas with tips to mitigate the cons. Suburbs are quint places that are harder to blend into because they aren’t as diverse as cities. Places like Waukesha and

The Pros and Cons of Surveillance (City) There’s no telling where your mark may go, so this month we’re offering a guide on the pro and cons of surveillance in cities, suburbs, and rural areas with tips to mitigate the cons. Cities like Milwaukee and Madison are full of people, buildings, and unpredictable traffic patterns.

How Much Should a PI Charge? Anyone who is self-employed struggles with the question – what should I charge? And sadly, most self-employed workers undercharge themselves. Most will remember rates should cover the time and work you spend on a client’s case, but fail to take into account the tradeoff of a contract. By taking

5 Facts About Private Investigators   Surveillance. Most private investigators don’t utilize the FBI surveillance vans that you see on CSI, Criminal Minds, or any other criminal justice shows on the air. A private investigator usually conducts surveillance in an “average” car (for example, a Toyota Camry). So, what is surveillance all about? It’s a