Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE)?

The CFE credential is a designation created by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners – www.acfe.com.  It demonstrates expertise in the following areas: 1) Fraud Prevention and Deterrence, 2) Financial Transactions and Fraud Schemes, 3) Law, and    4) Investigation.  The CFE designation requires a high ethical standard when performing client services.  This designation is preferred in the hiring practices of businesses, government entities, and law enforcement agencies.

Do you work domestic cases, involving infidelity and custodial matters?

This is not our main source of business, but we do work occasional cases.

Do you frequently conduct surveillance assignments?

A few times weekly.  The cases are typically insurance related.

Can an individual hire you?

Yes, sometimes.  Most of our clients are law firms or larger institutions.

How are you paid?

Some clients work with us on a retainer basis, some by the project and others by the hour.  There is no one-size-fits-all policy.

Can I just pay at the end of the case if it is successful?

No.  We require 50% up front for new clients.

Have you ever worked on sports industry related matters?

Yes.  We have worked on cases involving NFL Cheerleaders, World Wrestling Entertainment Wrestlers, NCAA Basketball players, and Minor League ball players.

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