How do you tell if a private investigator
is watching you?
How do you tell if a private investigator in Atlanta, Georgia is watching you? We’ve all seen private investigators depicted in television shows, movies and documentaries. You’ve seen them in all shapes and sizes and they all have different personalities, just like anyone else. Private investigators are both men and women, and can be young or very old. There really is no stereotype for a private investigator, regardless of what you’ve seen on the big screen.
Do you think a private investigator
is watching you?
The first question you should ask yourself if you think a private investigator is watching you is WHY would they be watching you? What have you done to make you think a private investigator would have reason to follow you? If you’ve done nothing wrong and are doing nothing wrong, then it’s very unlikely a private investigator is watching you.
Also, professional private investigators are trained in surveillance techniques. If you think a private investigator is watching you, you’ll probably give off some indication, and if they are a private investigator watching you, they’ll disappear.
The easiest way to think about whether a private investigator is watching you is to think of the following 7 things:
Have I done something wrong?
- Do I know someone who has done something wrong?
- Was I a witness to an incident/accident/crime?
- Have I caused someone some emotional harm?
- Have I claimed an injury at work and I’m now out of work?
- Have I recently applied for a job?
- Have I recently taken sick leave from a job?
While there are many reasons a private investigator is watching you, the above 7 are the most likely. You have to remember, private investigators get paid to do what they do. If a private investigator is watching you, then they’re getting paid to do so. If you are 100% sure a private investigator is watching you, then you should think about who might have hired them and do they have the money to pay them? Then, if you’re 100% sure a private investigator is watching you, do the following:
- Get their license plate – if they’re in a vehicle, get the license plate of the vehicle and file a formal police report that someone is watching you. When the report is filed, you can get a copy of it from the police department.
- See if they’re licensed – you can check with your local Secretary of State to make sure they have a license and if they’re harassing you, you can file a complaint with the Secretary of State or the licensing authority for your state.
- Take a picture of them – take a clear picture of them and their vehicle and their vehicle tag. Show this information to someone else. If the person watching you is not a private investigator then you might be in danger.
A trick to use if a private investigator
is watching you:
There is a way to determine for sure if a private detective is watching you. It requires some money, but it will absolutley get you the answers you are looking for. The trick?
Hire a private investigator to conduct an investigation on whoever is watching you.
The private investigator you hire can run license plates, determine identities, run criminal background checks, and provide personal protection for you and your loved ones. It might be money well spent to keep you safe from harm if it is not a private investigator who is watching you.
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