When should you call a private investigator?
There’s no shame in asking for help if you have a problem. We all need the occasional hand from an expert, especially when it comes to big problems—like finding out someone is stalking you or trying to ruin your business. But why hire a private investigator? First, it’s incredibly affordable and will cost far less than hiring one of our lawyers.
You need to serve someone with court papers.
If you need to serve someone with court papers, there are two ways to do so. The first is through the U.S. Postal Service and its strict requirements for handling documents that could be dangerous or explosive (like divorce papers). The second is through a private investigator agency—though this will cost more than simply sending them through the USPS.
If you can’t find their address on Google Maps or by calling them directly, finding an old phone book or directory might help as well; most people keep those around anyway because they’re useful for looking up addresses if needed and don’t want anyone else finding out where they live!
You suspect someone has stolen money from your company.
There are many ways to find out if someone is stealing from your company, but the most important thing to do is look for any unusual activity on their computers, phones and other devices. This can be done using an anti-virus program that monitors unusual behavior and flags it as a potential threat. Suppose there are any signs of unauthorized access or suspicious activity in this way. In that case, further investigation will need to be done as soon as possible so that appropriate action can be taken against the individual(s) involved in the incident.
Someone is harassing you.
You are being harassed, and you want it to stop. You may not have enough evidence to prove that your harassment is happening, but you can hire a private investigator to help collect evidence. A good private investigator will know how best to gather this information for you and keep it safe until the time comes when it can be used in court.
An ex-lover, ex-employee or stranger are stalking you.
If an ex-lover, ex-employee or stranger are stalking you, you can take steps to stop it. Hiring a private investigator will help you document the stalking and take steps to stop it. A private investigator can get a restraining order against the stalker so they cannot contact or harass you.
They may also be able to help with getting help from the police if needed for them to arrest your stalker and prevent further harassment or other threats against yourself or others who live with you (such as children).
Someone has threatened to hurt you or your family
If you are being threatened or someone has threatened to hurt you or your family, then calling a private investigator is the best way to protect yourself. A private investigator can help stop the threats from happening. They will also find out who the person is threatening you and how they got their information about you to prevent any further attempts at harming others in your life.
Use private investigators when you feel there’s a problem that you cannot solve on your own.
Use a private investigator when you feel there’s a problem that you cannot solve on your own. Whether it’s an issue with a friend or family member or someone else in your life, and even if it’s something bigger than just “someone” but not as big as murder or theft (yet), these cases can be hard to handle without professional help. When should I call PI?
- When you cannot solve the problem yourself and need help from someone who knows how things work better than you do, this could mean anything from helping out with an argument between friends over dinner at home, taking care of business while traveling abroad, dealing with difficult clients who won’t take no for an answer despite how much effort went into trying every possible solution first.
Now you’ve got an idea of when to hire a private investigator and how they can help. Remember that there are many reasons why people need services from PIs, so do some good research before hiring one.