What we can do to find out:
We need to determine many factors to tailor an investigation for you. When and how often does the cheating occur? Do you know the person you suspect is cheating with your spouse? Is the cheating happening at work, during work hours or after work? How much flexibility in their schedule. If we can pinpoint the times when we believe your spouse is cheating, we can limit the number of hours needed for surveillance. When we need to determine when the cheating is occurring and you have no idea, we can usually put a GPS Tracking Device on their car and determine their habits before we conduct a surveillance. Our investigators are very experienced in following people. Do not try this on your own. Surveillance is much more difficult than it might seem and when someone tries to do it on their own, they usually get caught. Then they make our job more difficult to catch someone who is already suspicious that they might be followed. We use specialized vehicles that are designed specifically for surveillance and are equipped with devices that allow us to stay in a vehicle with our tinted windows rolled up and vehicle not running. This is critical when conducting a covert surveillance and many our competitors do not operate this way.