Companies around the world are at risk of losing up to $3.5 trillion each year from occupation fraud and theft.
This is for press clippings and tv news videos featuring Martin Investigative Services.
Thomas G. Martin appeared on KFWB News Talk 980 in November of 2012 to discuss the rising trend of employee theft.
Thomas Martin’s guest appearance on Privacy Piracy. Topics include electronic surveillance, employee theft and more.
Former Federal agent Thomas Martin, owner of Martin Investigative Services, discusses the cloak & dagger business side of running a private investigation outfit.
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 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.
The problem of employee theft is motivated by an ever-growing sense of entitlement, as well as a blatant disrespect for the employer and the law.
It happens at virtually every business.
Sometimes it’s nothing more than a missing stapler or a box of paperclips – items many employers would assume have been misplaced.
But employee theft can ramp up quickly.
Like most retired federal agents, Thomas Martin wears a navy blue suit.
“It’s what we sleep in,” he says.
Old habits can die hard and after a career as an agent, the crisp suit is just one throwback. The other is salty vocabulary that I can tell he’s doing his best to restrain.
Thomas G. Martin quoted on the rising price of gasoline.