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About this pro
I always hate questions like this because most of my peers are above board ethically and morally. Professionally, I am prohibited from disparaging my peers. What I can say is that when one receives a report from my agency, one knows the information is precise, accurate, and lawfully obtained. I love the vast opportunities and limitless potential for the position. One day an operative may have to knock on a door to interview a witness. In another day, one may have to fly to Beliz, to locate an heir to mansion...
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Yes, in fact I am a current law student with the goal of becoming a practicing attorney. Laws are strange because we spend enormous amounts of time learning them, just for some to change constantly? Most laws stay the same, it just usually is determined by the current standards of society.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?For as long as I can remember, I knew that I would one day be a private investigator. This field is so interesting because it draws people who want to be in law enforcement but even more so, it draws public officers who retire and join the private policing field.
- What types of customers have you worked with?Most of my job consists of either finding people or watching people. I always say that I can be flipping burgers at the golden arches or I can be sitting in a car studying for my college exams, while being paid to watch Johnny kiss his wife good bye in the morning and meet his girlfriend at the hotel on his lunch break... of course, it could also be the wife cheating, it really does not matter to me...a cheater is a cheater.