Martin Investigative Services was recently featured in The LAD Bible, in an article titled Private Investigator Explains How To Tell If Your Partner Is Cheating.
Self improvement web site UpJourney.com recently included us in a panel article called Warning Signs Your Partner Could Be Cheating, According to 8 Experts.
It’s an interesting array of experts, looking at the topic from multiple professional perspectives.
On June 10, 2019 I agreed to a requested interview from Dublin, Ireland’s radio station FM 104.
The interview was fast paced and conducted by radio hosts Cormac Moore and Saoirse Long.
The topic was “How Does A PI Catch A Cheating Partner.”
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 this article of the July 2018 issue of Easyriders, a motorcycle magazine for men.
The August 2018 issue features Part 2 of the 2-part article, which can be viewed here.
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 recently interviewed for an article in Business Insurance magazine.
Thomas G. Martin was recently interviewed by EmotionalAffair.org, a web site that aims to help people “survive and thrive” after infidelity.
Cellphone numbers are slowly becoming personal identifiers – a role all-important social security and national numbers have fulfilled for decades. But these mobile gateways to your life are left unprotected in an age of hacking, data mining, and sheer negligence.
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.