Who Typically Gets Bugged?
Anyone can be the target of Covert Eavesdropping, however; some people are under greater risk than others because of financial position, occupation, legal, or domestic situation.
Spouses bug each other on a regular basis
Parents bug children
Businessmen bug other businessmen
Scientists bug other scientists
Students bug professors
Attorneys bug other attorneys (and their clients)
Insurance companies bug accident victims
Construction companies bug other construction companies
Salesmen bug clients
Collection agencies bug debtors
Police officers bug suspects
Executive recruiters bug personnel directors
Rock fans bug rock musicians
Department stores bug customers and merchandise
High Threat Personal Situations (When to be seriously concerned)
You (or someone close to you) have been:
Involved in any type of litigation or lawsuit
Been questioned, arrested or arraigned by the police
In the process of getting married, divorced, or separated
A minister or religious leader (i.e. priest, rabbi, deacon, bishop, elder…)
Running for any type of elected public office
Elected to any public office (i.e. mayor, selectman, school principal)
Executive or scientist at any large company
Recently filed a insurance claim
Engaging in political demonstrations or activism
Employed by a defense contractor, Department of Energy, etc.
Private Investigators have been “poking” around
You are in the upper income bracket
Keep in mind that anybody with Money, Power, Influence, or access to important, classified, or personal information is at serious personal risk or being tapped
Additionally, people married to, associated with, divorced from, getting divorced from, dating, or getting intimate with a member of law enforcement, private security, PI, or any level of the judicial system should be concerned about illegal eavesdropping (yes, cops love to bug their wives and girlfriends).
Find out what to do if you think you are being bugged, watched, or monitored. Since all cases are unique, the design and procedure of the investigation can be discussed without obligation or charge. All consultations are free and considered with strict confidentiality.
For more information about how our service can be helpful in determining if your privacy has been invaded, contact us and provide us with as much information as you can about your situation.