Just when you thought the bar couldn’t get lower: Con artists have been using social media platforms to extort relatives of missing persons.
I want to thank both Girolamo Candela and Mary Lozada for taking the time to write the following kind reviews.
People’s ideas of private investigators don’t often align with what we do. Here are the 5 most common services rendered by private investigators, plus how long they take and what they cost.
I wanted to focus on two testimonials that we recently received from people that called us to assist in helping them finding their birth father.
These are some uncharted and anxiety-driven times, to say the least.
Over the past 10 days, there’s been a spike in the number of people calling our office, asking us to locate their relatives. The level of interest is similar to that of the Christmas season. People seem concerned and worried about relatives that they haven’t seen for some time – be it for a few months or many decades.
Thomas G. Martin appeared on the Reconnection Club’s Podcast to discuss how to find an adult child that you’ve lost touch with. The interview was released on March 9, 2020.
About two weeks ago, we got a call from Sarah, who wanted us to locate her paternal grandfather.
Sarah was kind and thoughtful to write a review of our efforts, and include a photograph of her and her grandfather.
From November through Christmas, we get about 40-50 calls per week – inquiring about locating all sorts of individuals. They range from disconnected family members, high school sweethearts, military friends, college buddies, former co-workers and neighbors.
We find about 98.4% of the people we look for.
In the broad majority of cases, the missing person is not in their right mind. I’ve written a couple posts about what to do if someone you love goes missing and how missing persons cases work. In the latter post, I covered the fact that about 95% of the time, the persons go missing by…
When a person goes missing, friends and family can largely be on their own because most police departments have limited resources, and are understaffed, overworked, and have no overtime.
If you ever find yourself in this situation, here are some things to do and the timeline on which they should be done.