Domestic Surveillance Matters During Divorce

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Divorce is a very delicate situation, especially when it involves children and children’s rights. Determining custody can be difficult if one or both parents are concerned about the safety of their children in the arms of the other parent. Family law may not always be on the side of the child, simply because they may … Continued

What Does an Undercover Detective Do?

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Undercover investigative services are not what you see on the television or in popular spy novels. For the most part, the average company or individual uses an undercover detective for more “mild situations” or corporate investigations in areas such as: Domestic Matters in the case of divorce Substance Abuse Workplace Violations Fraud Compliance Issues Supervision … Continued

Do You Suspect Theft in the Workplace?

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If you or one of the members of management or corporate suspect foul play, fraud, workplace theft or any other matter of corporate crime, it may be time for your company to hire an investigator. The idea of contacting private investigation firms in order to manage a potential situation may seem daunting, but the fact … Continued

What is a Cybercrime?

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If you’ve never been the victim of a cybercrime, be thankful! From phishing to stolen identities and more, cybercrime is wicked. Cybercrime is: an offense committed against an individual or group of people with the intention of: harming the victim’s reputation; causing physical or emotional stress or harm; causing loss to the victim in any … Continued

Are Your Kids Traveling Alone?

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It may sound strange to hear of kids traveling alone, but in today’s day and age with many parents sharing joint custody after divorce as well as simply going to see grandma in another part of the country, having some essential tips to keep your kids safe when traveling is essential. It’s not enough to … Continued

Fraud and Workers Compensation in Canada

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While there are many honest employees who truly need and deserve workers compensation, from time to time an employee filling out those workers compensation forms may not be honest. How do you know if your employee is engaging in fraud? Well it can be hard to determine at first, but here are a few warning … Continued

Separation: Getting a Divorce in Canada

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Going through the divorce procedure and frantically researching for a divorce lawyer or mediator is a stressful time. It is common for people to experience depression and anxiety while going through a separation with their spouses because it is a tremendous life change. If there are children involved, the divorce procedure then becomes even more … Continued

Employee Theft Statistics in Canada

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According to a study by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, 25 percent of internal fraud (theft in the workplace & fraud in the workplace issues) issues amounted to a loss of 1 million dollars on average. That’s a whole lot of money for one business to lose. It makes us wonder how many business … Continued

Reasons to Hire a Private Investigator During Divorce

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Reasons for Divorce: It’s Complicated There are many reasons for divorce, which may explain why according to CBCNews Canada, the divorce rate in Canada back in 2010 was quoted as “4 in 10 first marriages” ending in divorce. Whether you and your partner grow apart, fall out of love, fight too much, have infidelity in … Continued

Put an End to Fraudulent Workplace Injury Claims

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With the Help of a Workers’ Comp Fraud Investigator As an employer, it is your responsibility to protect your employees from the financial consequences of workplace accidents by affording them workers’ compensation benefits. But, what if the workplace injury was staged, in order for an employee to illicitly collect workers’ compensation benefits? False workers’ compensation … Continued