Last year we posted about the smishing scam from the boob-flashing girl who wants to hookup. Now we’re featured in this MEL Magazine article about the scam.
Martin Investigative Services is featured in this August 2, 2018 article in The Independent about cheating spouses.
The article was also picked up by The Sun, The New York Post & News.com.au.
Martin Investigative Services was recently featured in and article in the July 2018 issue of Easyriders, a motorcycle magazine for men. The article is about private investigation, surveillance and illegal hidden cameras with regard to strip clubs. You can read the article via the methods below:
Thomas Martin was interviewed by A&E about the unsolved, missing child case of Madeleine McCann – a case he believes suffered from too many cooks in this kitchen, and no head chef.
Thomas G. Martin was recently featured in this article from Wired / Backchannel about smartphones, privacy and data collection. With just a smartphone number, Martin says, investigators and information brokers have a window into “private information that is stored by almost all business corporations, financial institutions and – thanks to us – social media networks… It is like looking into your living room of life.”
Thomas Martin was recently featured in the November/December issue of PI Magazine.
Thomas Martin of Martin Investigative Services is featured in this news video from ABC News.
Thomas G. Martin was recently featured in the October 2017 issue of Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine.
The text from the article is transcribed here. You can also read the article online at Kiplinger’s web site at the link within this post.
Keep your cell phone number to yourself. “The new Social Security number … is your cell number,” said Thomas Martin, president of Martin Investigative Services and author of “Seeing Life Through Private Eyes.” Your smartphone “is a gateway to your living room to your bedroom, to your life.”
I gave my cell number to private investigator Thomas Martin, a former federal agent and now president of Martin Investigative Services in Newport Beach, Calif., and asked him to do his thing. A few days later a three-pound, 150-plus-page dossier arrived at my front door via FedEx. Martin didn’t trust regular mail given the nature of what it contained, which was tons of my private information.
“We didn’t even scratch the surface,” Martin told me later. He also made a point of telling me that I was “cleaner than a Safeway chicken.”