Private investigators are staffing up for a predictable February ritual: a spike in snooping. When it comes to marital surveillances, Valentine’s Day remains the private eye payday of the year.
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The struggling economy has created yet one more problem for business owners: skyrocketing employee theft.
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.
Stats on cheating can seem overwhelming, so we looked to Thomas Martin, a former FBI agent and president of Martin Investigative Services, a California private investigative service. With 38 years under his belt, Martin could write a book. So he did, online at investigatorconfidential.com. An entire chapter is about determining if your partner is cheating.
In these recession times, people do bad things. They steal time, product or money from their employers who then call us to fret out the bad guys. Most security experts agree that about 80% of employees are currently stealing something.
Thomas Martin, known as “America’s PI” says, “Snooping through a friend or mate’s stuff now accounts for client’s initiating 38 per cent of our marital-type surveillances. We have done over 34,000 surveillances; 80 per cent of our clients are women, 20 per cent men. We catch 97 per cent of the people we follow.”
For more 30 years, Newport Beach private investigator Thomas Martin, head of Martin Investigations has been keeping a private list of the best attorneys in various specialties. Martin has now published his list of top, trusted Orange County businesses on his Web site. He still doesn’t share all his attorney resources.
A collection of articles about a recent investigation by Martin Investigative Services which led to the arrest of a famous magazine photographer.
Thomas Martin, president of Martin Investigative Services, says his 38 years as a private investigator has given him a birds eye view of affairs and cheating spouses.
One of Mr. Martin’s Valentine’s Day clients is a doctor whose wife, also a doctor, aroused his suspicions when she told him she would be changing her regular daytime shift on Tuesday and instead working until 8 p.m. Like virtually all private detectives, Mr. Martin won’t reveal his client’s names.