ATech Investigation Services Inc.
My experience with a tech had them actually withholding information about a criminal who is causing problems for my business...they were very fast to charge my credit card though...and overcharge at will...NO written reports...no documentation....amazing they get away with itApr 19, 2015Jim P.'s reply
ATech Investigations Services, Inc. is a licensed, bonded, and insured company which employs experienced professionals. The company charges based on a mutually agreed upon contract before services commence, and does not charge additional fees, increased rates, or expenses not specifically agreed upon, or outlined, in the contract. At the completion of service, written reports are produced and approved, then sent to the client with supporting documentation such as photographs or video evidence, if applicable, detailing the activity observed during the course of the investigation. Here at ATech, we pride ourselves with keeping the clients objective at the forefront of our actions, and do not withhold any information learned. We report what we see, and only what we see. We report, in a written account, the truth about what was observed. Sometimes, unfortunately, what is observed is not exactly what the client is looking for; however, our job is to report the truth about activity observed during an investigation, and in that area, we excel. I'm sorry you had a bad experience, please contact me if you'd like to know more about the way we conduct our business. I'd be happy to speak with you and try to work through the problem you were faced with.
I hired a guy by name Jim Pero from Harvard MA for a specific function and he practically did nothing. after 4 weeks he repeated my own information ( Which I got from Social media ) and demanded payment ! He threatened me several times and finally I made 50% of the agreed payment for practically doing NOTHING. I would be very careful hiring him for any of your investigation needs.Aug 11, 2014
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- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Carefully check the credentials and references of those claiming to be private investigators. Make sure you can trust the the person or company you are working with. Interview them before deciding to give them the case.