Engaging the services of a Private Investigator/Private Detective to check on your partner is always a difficult decision – However Not knowing is possibly even more difficult.
People who contact us regarding unfaithful/cheating partners either have their suspicions or know of their partners’ infidelity but need the proof. Regardless of the reason, everyone has thought long and hard about contacting a Private Detective/ Investigator, before they actually make that call.
Unlike trying to find a good Dentist, Solicitor, Financial Adviser or other professional, we understand that it is almost impossible to perhaps ask friends whether they know of a good Private Detective/Investigator. You no doubt want to keep your personal affairs to yourself and not advertise that you may be having problems to friends or work colleagues.
In most cases it is changes in behaviour that causes suspicion. You need to be sure if your suspicions are founded or not. In some cases you will be sure your partner is being unfaithful or at best lying to you and you just need physical proof/evidence before you confront them.
If your partner is being unfaithful then you certainly have the right to know. If they are not then you need proof in order to alleviate your uncertainty and stress. It is only by having this information that you can get on with your life.
If you think your partner is having an affair, the main characteristics of someone who is cheating is secrecy, sudden change of behaviour, getting in late or going out more often and guarding their mobile phone. People having affairs need to speak with love interest or see them at every opportunity. We suggest that you plan an evening or weekend away without your partner, thus allowing us the opportunity to catch them in the act or as we often advise give them enough rope and the rest will be inevitable.
The most important rule and probably the hardest thing to do, is NOT to let your partner become aware of your suspicions. Without the evidence they will most likely deny it.
Why do you think your partner is being unfaithful?
-Has become attached to the mobile phone?
-Staying out late?
-More interest in general appearance?
-Responding differently to you?
-Uninterested in the physical side of the relationship?
Whilst these signs may apply to you there may very well be a completely innocent explanation.
It is a sad fact that two out three marriages end in divorce. This is due largely to infidelity and rise of the mobile phone and social media. It is more difficult to establish figures for unmarried couples but there is no reason to think adultery is any less common whether partners live to together or not.
Our discretion and professionalism is paramount and in such cases rest assured that your partner will not know of our presence and that you will receive all the evidence that we collate. This is even more important if your partner is innocent as you may not wish to inform them of the lengths you went to, to secure the truth.
For your peace of mind our reports will be accompanied by photographic/video evidence on format of your choice. The reports will be include times, dates, locations, photo stills and the operatives findings as they unfold. Thus either confirming your fears, or in some cases that your concerns were unfounded and therefore allowing you to continue with your relationship.
We are very aware that people may be nervous when talking with a private investigator and it can be a big decision to make that first call at an extremely stressful time. For this reason we always offer a friendly and sympathetic ear. We will not contact you again unless you give us permission to do so.
In your initial enquiry we will not ask you for any personal details and will endeavour to give you an indication as to whether any of our services are right for you. This informal chat does not commit you to using our services. If at any time during or after the enquiry you wish to engage our services, then of course we will be happy to oblige. We suggest that this is done at a neutral location of your choice where we can take more detailed information about the investigation and explain what can be done and the costs involved.