Thomas G. Martin was quoted in a recent Orange County Register article regarding the late Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs and the DEA.
Private investigator Thomas G. Martin was recently featured in an article about the private investigation of senior living facilities.
Private investigator Thomas Martin is quoted in this article about online dating and privacy: How giving out your phone number can be a bad idea.
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.”
No matter what Americans do to protect their digital privacy, especially on our handheld devices, it’s impossible to keep up with new threats. Now, there’s a new risk to our privacy and security: Our cell phone numbers are being used increasingly by information brokers as the window to personal information that’s kept by nearly all corporations, financial institutions, and, yes, social media networks.
Among those sounding the alarm bell is private investigator and former Drug Enforcement Agency agent Thomas Martin, who recently wrote a blog post titled, “Your cell phone number is your new Social Security number.” Martin’s message was clear: We are way too lackadaisical about keeping our numbers private.
Derek Seehausen is a 26-year-old medical student that went missing on or about August 5, 2014. This is a collection of articles regarding the case.
Here are some of the most common cases my private investigation firm sees every single year. While most of these problems can be avoided or circumvented altogether, management is usually unaware that these are actually happening within their company.
This page has a collection of press pieces about an investigation by Martin Investigative Services regarding missing comedy club owner Mark Anderson. Sadly, after being missing for more than three weeks, Mark Anderson was discovered dead in Buckeye Park, Arizona on June 6, 2012.
In the pursuit of gaining an advantage, divorcing spouses and executives might be persuaded by an unethical private investigator to embed illegal listening and video devices into opponent’s phone lines or in their boardrooms and bedrooms.
In these recession times, people do bad things. About 80% of employees are currently stealing something. They steal time, product or money from their employers who then call us to (find) the bad guys.