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How Does a Private Investigator Prove Infidelity?

POSTED June 2, 2022

How Does a Private Investigator Prove Infidelity?

If you have a spouse you suspect is cheating, it can be difficult to deal with. It can also be extremely hard to prove. You don’t want to accuse your spouse of cheating without evidence of infidelity. In order to prove infidelity, you’ll want to hire a professional. Trying to gather information yourself can be daunting, difficult, and can get you into legal trouble. The best agency in Florida for private investigation is Southern Recon Agency.

Southern Recon Agency is discreet, thorough, and effective. We gather the evidence needed to prove or disprove a variety of different claims. This can change the outcome of a case or simply prove a suspicion. For more information, contact Southern Recon Agency today.

What is a Private Investigator?

A private investigator (also referred to as a “private eye”) is a professional investigator that is hired by a client to solve a problem their client is having by gathering evidence. While private investigators aren’t police, they do need to be licensed. They use legal techniques and gather information using resources and skills most people don’t have.

If you are having a difficult time gathering information to prove infidelity, you should consider hiring a professional private investigator.

How Does a Private Investigator Prove Infidelity?

Private investigators provide a variety of different services and perform various types of investigations. This includes investigations into infidelity. Private investigators gather evidence not only by taking photos and videos but also through other methods. They have high-level skills. Often, private investigators come from a government or police detective background.

What private investigators don’t do is get involved with cases in which law enforcement is involved. Instead, they stick to cases that involve civil law.

What is the Cost of a Private Investigator in FL?

How much a private investigator costs in Florida depends on various factors. While your private investigator may charge an hourly rate, they also may not. For basic services, you should expect to pay around $75-$125 an hour. If specialized services are needed, it may be $150-$350 an hour. These services include forensics, cyber investigations, and other services.

For more information about your investigation and expected costs, reach out to Southern Recon Agency. We’ll provide you with a more comprehensive estimate and more information about what to expect with your investigation.

How Do I Hire a Private Investigator?

Hiring a private investigator may seem daunting and even intimidating. Many people have an image in their heads of a moody, secretive detective. In reality, private investigators are simply professionals providing services. The private investigators at Southern Recon Agency are easy to work with and are very professional in their approach.

When considering a private investigator, you may consider an online search of investigators in your local area. From there, you can check reviews if they are available. While reviews aren’t always accurate, they can provide you with a rough idea of what to expect.

One important factor to consider is whether or not the private investigator is licensed. Professional, legitimate investigators are able to provide you with a license. If you need more advanced services, make sure you ask about the resources the investigator has access to and what their expertise is. Not all investigators specialize in every field. Some investigators offer more general services, while others specialize in a specific area.

You can also skip all of the hassles of searching for a private investigator and give us a call. We’d be happy to discuss your needs and help you with your investigation!

Other Private Investigator Services

There are a variety of different services that fall under the umbrella of “private investigator.” Below are some of the services provided by Southern Recon Agency:

Alimony Reduction

While it’s important to pay alimony and pay it on time, your alimony payments likely aren’t meant to last forever. Eventually, your spouse may be in a position in which they no longer are eligible for alimony. This may include your ex getting remarried or moving in with someone that is supporting them financially. If you suspect this is the case and you believe they are trying to hide this from you, you can hire a professional private investigator. They will gather evidence that shows that your ex is taking advantage and you may be able to get the alimony terminated.

Surveillance

There are a few different reasons why you may require surveillance services. These include things like elderly abuse, fraud, and more. These things can be difficult to prove, and they shouldn’t be addressed without strong proof. A private investigator will be able to provide surveillance services and gather evidence like photo and video evidence, along with other forms of evidence. This helps to strengthen your case—which may be especially important when it comes to legal matters.  

Missing Persons Investigation

Having a loved one go missing is one of the most heart-wrenching experiences a person can go through. This is particularly so for a missing or runaway child. There are also cases where a person goes missing because they are trying to avoid child support or avoid legal consequences. Whatever the case may be, a private investigator can help in the search for the missing person. This includes a mixture of “boots on the ground” searching, along with looking through nationwide databases and using state-of-the-art technology to find the missing person.

While there is no guarantee a missing person will be found, the chances increase significantly with the help of a private investigator.

Contact Southern Recon Agency Today!

If you believe your spouse is cheating and you require professional private investigation services, reach out to Southern Recon Agency today. We’d be happy to help you with your case! 

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Should I Hire a Private Investigator to Follow My Husband?

POSTED June 2, 2022

Should I Hire a Private Investigator to Follow My Husband?

There are a lot of reasons why people hire private investigators. One major reason why people hire investigators is because they believe their spouse is unfaithful. Gathering information and evidence about their infidelity is extremely difficult to do on your own. Not only is it hard without the right kind of expertise but it can also land you in legal trouble.

If you believe your husband has been unfaithful in your marriage, you’ll want to consider hiring a professional private investigator. For the best investigator in the area, contact Southern Recon Agency.

Southern Recon Agency provides outstanding, professional investigation services that are discreet, thorough, and effective. We are experts at gathering evidence.

You may still be wondering what it is that private investigators do, what services they provide, and if private investigators are worth it. Below is more information about what services private investigators provide and why you should consider hiring a private investigator to follow your husband.

What is a Private Investigator?

A private investigator (sometimes referred to as a “P.I.” or “private eye”) is an investigator that gathers evidence to help resolve an issue their client is having. Sometimes this is for private matters (like cheating), while other times it is for legal matters. Private investigators are able to gather evidence using legal skills, techniques, and resources that most people don’t have access to.

If you have an upcoming case that you need evidence for or you need a private matter resolved, you’ll want to consider contacting Southern Recon Agency.

What Do Private Investigators Do?

There are a lot of different services that private investigators provide. This may include finding a missing person, discovering infidelity, aiding in custody or alimony battles, and more. They are able to gather video, photos, and other forms of evidence. Many professional private investigators also have access to industry resources, specialized software, security clearance, and more. They also have the skill set required to get the job done.

Keep in mind that private investigators do not get involved with cases in which law enforcement is involved. They stick to cases that involve civil law.

How Much Do Private Investigators Charge?

How much a private investigator will charge depends on a few factors. Some private investigators simply charge more than others. If there are specialized services required, an investigator will also charge a higher rate. These services include forensics, cyber investigation, and more. For general services, you may expect to pay around $75-$125 an hour. For more specialized services, the rate may be around $150-$350 per hour.

For more information about the costs of hiring a private investigator, reach out to Southern Recon Agency. We’d be happy to discuss services and estimated costs with you.  

Should I Hire a Private Investigator to Follow My Husband?

Yes! Private investigators are able to uncover information most private citizens cannot. Not only do they have access to additional resources, but they also have a skill set most people don’t. Private investigators are licensed, and they know what is legal and what isn’t. Hiring a private investigator increases the chances of you getting the evidence and information you need without getting into legal trouble.

If you would like more information about why you should hire a private investigator, contact us today. We’d be happy to walk you through the reasons you should hire Southern Recon Agency for your investigation.

Hire a Licensed Investigator

This is extremely important. Private investigation isn’t an “underground” industry. It is well-regulated. You will want to make sure you hire an investigator that has the appropriate documentation, along with the right knowhow. Southern Recon Agency has all of the required licenses to practice private investigation. You don’t have to worry about getting into legal trouble hiring our team. We know how to work within the confines of the law while still getting you outstanding results.

What Other Services Do Private Investigators Provide?

There are a lot of different services that private investigators are able to provide. Below are some of the services we offer at Southern Recon Agency:

Surveillance

Southern Recon Agency provides surveillance services for those that suspect elderly abuse, fraud, or any other incidents that require proof. These issues require evidence to be properly addressed. Southern Recon Agency provides this proof in the form of video evidence, photo evidence, and other forms of evidence that hold up to scrutiny. The proof we provide not only helps with private matters but also with legal matters.

Alimony Reduction

It’s important to pay your alimony. With that said, your ex may no longer require it. They may have moved on and married someone else. Even if they aren’t married, they may be financially stable and supported by someone. If this is the case, you may no longer need to pay your alimony. This is great news…if your ex lets you know. If you suspect your ex is receiving alimony and breaking your agreement or court order, you may be able to get the alimony terminated. With that said, you’ll want proof. Southern Recon Agency will help you to gather evidence to support your claim that your ex is no longer following the terms of your alimony agreement.

Missing Persons Investigation

If you have a loved one that has disappeared or run away, you may have done everything in your power to find them so far. You have searched, filed a report, and gotten no results. Another option you may not have considered is hiring a professional investigator. Private investigators have access to nationwide search databases and provide “boots on the ground” services that often exceed those provided by local police.

You may also have an ex that is avoiding child support. Southern Recon Agency will aid in the search for your ex.

Contact Southern Recon Agency Today!

If you believe your spouse is cheating and are in need of a private investigator, reach out to Southern Recon Agency today!

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Is It Legal to Hire a Private Investigator in Florida?

POSTED May 24, 2022

Is It Legal to Hire a Private Investigator in Florida?

If you believe your spouse is cheating, your ex is taking advantage of your alimony agreement, your parents are being abused in their elderly home, or any other incident is occurring that needs private investigation, you’ll want to consider hiring a professional private investigator. Private investigators are also able to provide background checks and support with missing persons investigations.

Gathering evidence is not only difficult to do on your own but it can also lead to legal problems. If you don’t know the law, you may end up doing something illegal during your investigation and land yourself in jail. If you need help with lowering alimony, a child custody case, or surveillance, you’ll want to hire Southern Recon Agency to do the investigation for you. We are able to provide a wide range of investigation services. We are also able to aid in missing persons cases.

South Recon Agency provides discreet, thorough, and effective private investigation services. Our professional team is able to gather evidence for both legal and private matters.

Below is more information about what private investigators are, what they do, what services they provide, and whether or not hiring a private investigator is legal in Florida.

What is a Private Investigator?

A private investigator (also referred to as a “private eye,” or “P.I.”) is an investigator that specializes in the gathering of evidence for their clients. Sometimes this evidence is for legal issues (like alimony), while other times it is for private matters (like a cheating spouse). Private investigators are able to gather evidence using legal techniques, skills, and resources that the average person doesn’t have access to.

Whether you have an upcoming civil case or you would like someone to look into a private matter, contact Southern Recon Agency.

What Do Investigators Do?

While many people think of infidelity when they think of private investigators, there are actually a lot of services private investigators provide and cases they look into. These include gathering evidence for custody and child support battles, gathering evidence for alimony disputes, finding missing people, and more. Private investigators are able to gather photo, video, and other forms of evidence for clients. Many private investigators have access to specialized software, industry resources, security clearance, and more. They also have a set of skills that the average person does not possess.

Keep in mind that private investigators do not get involved with cases in which law enforcement is involved. They stick to cases that involve civil law.

Is It Legal to Hire a Private Investigator in Florida?

Yes! It is legal to hire a private investigator in Florida. With that said, you need to find a reputable private investigator through a company like Southern Recon Agency. In Florida, private investigators need to be licensed. When you are looking for the right private investigator, make sure they are reputable and have the licenses required to practice in the state of Florida.

How Much Does It Cost to Hire a Private Investigator?

The cost of hiring a private investigator varies. There are a few factors that you’ll need to consider when hiring your private investigator. The main factor is how in-depth the services are. For more general services, the hourly rate is often around $75-$125 per hour. For more specialized services, though, you may expect to pay as much as $150-$350 per hour.

For an estimate of the cost of hiring your private investigator, reach out to Southern Recon Agency today.

Are Private Investigators Worth the Cost?

Private investigators are definitely worth the cost. Not only do private investigators have access to resources the average person doesn’t but they also have the skill set required to get the job done. If you are serious about your investigation, you’ll want to consider hiring a professional that knows what they are doing.

What Services Do Private Investigators Provide?

Private investigators provide a variety of different services for clients. Below are some of the services provided by Southern Recon Agency:

Alimony Reduction

Alimony payments are a legal agreement. You need to make these payments. If the legal agreement is being broken by your ex, though, there’s the chance that you can terminate the agreement. Often, this is due to an ex getting remarried or entering into a partnership in which their expenses are covered. If you believe your ex is taking advantage of your alimony agreement or court order, reach out to Southern Recon Agency. We can gather evidence that can be presented in court.

Surveillance

There are a variety of reasons why you may require surveillance services. If you suspect fraud, a cheating spouse, elderly abuse, or other incidents that require proof, surveillance provided by a professional private investigator may be the perfect solution. Southern Recon Agency provides proof in the form of video evidence, photo evidence, and other forms of proof that will hold up to scrutiny. This evidence can be used both for private and civil matters.

Missing Persons Investigation

There are a few reasons why a missing person needs to be found. One of the most obvious is a loved one that has run away or otherwise disappeared. While it’s important to report the person missing to the authorities, often they have limited time and resources they can put towards finding the missing person. A private investigator can help by providing “boots on the ground” services and by searching nationwide databases.

Another reason is if someone disappears to avoid child support or alimony payments. While they may go underground, a private investigator may be able to track them down. You can then bring them to court and make sure they pay what they owe.

Reach Out to Southern Recon Agency Today!

If you are in need of a professional private investigator, reach out to Southern Recon Agency today! We’d be happy to help you with your alimony reduction case, surveillance needs, background check, missing persons investigation, or anything else you need. 

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Are Private Investigators Worth It?

POSTED May 24, 2022

Are Private Investigators Worth It?

There are a lot of reasons why people hire private investigators. You may have a spouse that is cheating or an ex that has started seeing someone and is still accepting alimony payments. You may also simply need a background check on someone. Whatever the case may be, gathering information and evidence is extremely difficult to do on your own. Not only is it hard without the right kind of expertise but it can also land you in legal trouble. If you need surveillance, help lowering alimony, support with a child custody case, help finding a missing person, or anything else that requires an in-depth investigation, consider hiring a professional private investigator. For the best investigator in the area, contact Southern Recon Agency.

Southern Recon Agency provides outstanding, professional investigation services that are discreet, thorough, and effective. We are experts at gathering evidence, as well as looking into missing persons cases.

You may still be wondering what it is that private investigators do, what services they provide, and if private investigators are worth it. Below is more information about what services private investigators provide and why you should consider hiring a private investigator.

What is a Private Investigator?

A private investigator (sometimes referred to as a “P.I.” or “private eye”) is an investigator that gathers evidence to help resolve an issue their client is having. Sometimes this is for private matters (like cheating), while other times it is for legal matters. Private investigators are able to gather evidence using legal skills, techniques, and resources that most people don’t have access to.

If you have an upcoming case that you need evidence for or you need a private matter resolved, you’ll want to consider contacting Southern Recon Agency.

What Do Private Investigators Do?

There are a lot of different services that private investigators provide. This may include finding a missing person, discovering infidelity, aiding in custody or alimony battles, and more. They are able to gather video, photos, and other forms of evidence. Many professional private investigators also have access to industry resources, specialized software, security clearance, and more. They also have the skill set required to get the job done.

Keep in mind that private investigators do not get involved with cases in which law enforcement is involved. They stick to cases that involve civil law.

How Much Do Private Investigators Charge?

How much a private investigator will charge depends on a few factors. Some private investigators simply charge more than others. If there are specialized services required, an investigator will also charge a higher rate. These services include forensics, cyber investigation, and more. For general services, you may expect to pay around $75-$125 an hour. For more specialized services, the rate may be around $150-$350 per hour.

For more information about the costs of hiring a private investigator, reach out to Southern Recon Agency. We’d be happy to discuss services and estimated costs with you.  

Are Private Investigators Worth It?

Yes! Private investigators are able to uncover information most private citizens cannot. Not only do they have access to additional resources, but they also have a skill set most people don’t. Private investigators are licensed, and they know what is legal and what isn’t. Hiring a private investigator increases the chances of you getting the evidence and information you need without getting into legal trouble.

If you would like more information about why you should hire a private investigator, contact us today. We’d be happy to walk you through the reasons you should hire Southern Recon Agency for your investigation.

Hire a Licensed Investigator

This is extremely important. Private investigation isn’t an “underground” industry. It is well-regulated. You will want to make sure you hire an investigator that has the appropriate documentation, along with the right knowhow. Southern Recon Agency has all of the required licenses to practice private investigation. You don’t have to worry about getting into legal trouble hiring our team. We know how to work within the confines of the law while still getting you outstanding results.

What Services Do Private Investigators Provide?

There are a lot of different services that private investigators are able to provide. Below are some of the services we offer at Southern Recon Agency:

Surveillance

Southern Recon Agency provides surveillance services for those that suspect elderly abuse, a cheating spouse, fraud, or any other incidents that require proof. These issues require evidence to be properly addressed. Southern Recon Agency provides this proof in the form of video evidence, photo evidence, and other forms of evidence that hold up to scrutiny. The proof we provide not only helps with private matters but also with legal matters.

Alimony Reduction

It’s important to pay your alimony. With that said, your ex may no longer require it. They may have moved on and married someone else. Even if they aren’t married, they may be financially stable and supported by someone. If this is the case, you may no longer need to pay your alimony. This is great news…if your ex lets you know. If you suspect your ex is receiving alimony and breaking your agreement or court order, you may be able to get the alimony terminated. With that said, you’ll want proof. Southern Recon Agency will help you to gather evidence to support your claim that your ex is no longer following the terms of your alimony agreement.

Missing Persons Investigation

If you have a loved one that has disappeared or run away, you may have done everything in your power to find them so far. You have searched, filed a report, and gotten no results. Another option you may not have considered is hiring a professional investigator. Private investigators have access to nationwide search databases and provide “boots on the ground” services that often exceed those provided by local police.

You may also have an ex that is avoiding child support. Southern Recon Agency will aid in the search for your ex.

Contact Southern Recon Agency Today!

If you are in need of a private investigator, reach out to Southern Recon Agency today!

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How Much Do Private Investigators Cost?

POSTED May 24, 2022

How Much Do Private Investigators Cost?

If you believe your spouse is cheating, your ex is committing alimony fraud, your employee is defrauding Workers Comp, or you simply need a background check done on a new employee, it’s best to hire an expert in the field. Trying to gather evidence and information on your own can be very hard and can even get you in legal trouble. If you need help with alimony reduction, surveillance, a child custody case, finding a missing person, or anything else that requires an investigation, you’ll want to hire an expert private investigator. For the perfect P.I. for your case, contact Southern Recon Agency.
Southern Recon Agency provides professional investigation services that are thorough, effective, and discreet. We are able to gather evidence that helps to disprove or prove various claims. This helps to confirm a suspicion or even change the outcome of a case. We are also able to help with the investigation into a missing person.
For more information about the services we provide, reach out to Southern Recon Agency today!

What is a Private Investigator?

A private investigator (also known as a “private eye” or “P.I.”) is an investigator that is hired by a client to gather evidence that helps them to resolve a problem. This may be a private matter or a legal matter. With that said, private investigators aren’t police. They do need to be licensed, but they don’t have the ability to arrest and don’t have access to the same resources as police. Private investigators gather information using legal techniques, skills, and resources that regular people often don’t have access to.
If you are having trouble gathering evidence for a case or proving a private matter, consider reaching out to a private investigator.

What Do Private Investigators Do?

Private investigators perform a variety of different types of investigations and provide different services. This may include researching for alimony or custody battles, finding a missing person, discovering infidelity, and more. Private investigators use different methods to gather evidence. This may include video, photos, or other methods. Professional private investigators often have access to specialized software, industry resources, security clearance, and other helpful tools. Combined with their high level of skill, they are able to uncover information most people can’t. Many private investigators also come from a government or police background.
It’s important to keep in mind that private investigators do not get involved with cases in which law enforcement is involved. They stick to cases that involve civil law.

How Do I Hire a Private Investigator?

You may not know where to start when hiring a private investigator, and because of that, it may seem daunting. That’s understandable. In reality, private investigators are simply professionals that provide services for clients. It’s not like in the movies—you won’t have to deal with a moody, mysterious detective. At Southern Recon Agency, we focus on customer service and making the experience of hiring and working with a private investigator as seamless as possible.
There are a few options for choosing the right private investigator. If you know someone that has recently hired an investigator, you can ask for a referral. You can also search online and check out reviews.
It’s important to find a private investigator with a license. It is actually a regulated industry, and you want to hire a legitimate, professional investigator that is licensed to do the work they do. You also need to check what the investigator specializes in. While some investigators provide a variety of different services, others focus on a specific aspect of private investigation.
If you’d like to avoid the process of searching for a private investigator entirely, simply contact Southern Recon Agency. We will provide you with an experienced and licensed investigator that will deliver high-quality services.

How Much Do Private Investigators Cost?

The price of a private investigator varies. Some investigators charge more or less than others, and the type of services you require will also affect the price. For general services, you may expect to pay around $75-$125 an hour. If there are specialized services required (like cyber investigation, forensics, and so on), the cost may be upwards of $150-$350 per hour.
If you would like to learn more about the costs of a private investigator and to get a rough estimate of the costs, reach out to Southern Recon Agency. We’ll discuss the services you require and let you know around how much to expect.

Private Investigator Services

There are different services that a private investigator may perform. Below are some of the services Southern Recon Agency offers:

Alimony Reduction

Alimony may be awarded for a certain period of time and/or it may be subject to certain circumstances. For instance, your ex may only be entitled to compensation if they are financially independent and aren’t married. While some people are kind enough to let their ex know they are no longer eligible, others try and hide this fact. Instead, they don’t disclose that they are living with someone or are married. If you can prove this is the case, you may be able to get the alimony terminated.
We help to provide clients with the proof they need to bring to court and terminate their alimony agreement if their ex is breaking the terms of their agreement or court order.

Surveillance

Southern Recon Agency provides surveillance services for those that suspect a cheating spouse, fraud, elderly abuse, or other incidents that require proof. These issues may be difficult to address without evidence. Southern Recon helps to provide photo evidence, video evidence, and other forms of evidence to strengthen your case. This is especially important for legal matters.

Missing Persons Investigation

If you have a loved one that has gone missing, you are going through a very difficult time. You may have filed a missing persons report but haven’t gotten any results. Private investigators are able to provide additional services to help track down the missing person. While it’s never guaranteed, private investigators are able to provide “boots on the ground” services, along with searching nationwide databases and more.
Southern Recon also provides missing person investigation services to find those that are trying to avoid child support and other legal consequences.

Contact Southern Recon Agency Today!

If you are in need of a private investigator, reach out to Southern Recon Agency today!

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How Much Do Private Investigators Charge in Florida?

POSTED May 24, 2022

How Much Do Private Investigators Charge in Florida?

Whether you have a spouse you suspect is cheating, an employee that is committing Worker’s Comp fraud, or you simply need a background check, you’ll want to hire a professional. Trying to gather information yourself can be daunting, difficult, and can get you into legal trouble. If you need help with child custody cases, alimony reduction, surveillance, or any other issue that requires investigation, you’ll want to hire a professional private investigator. The best agency in Florida for private investigation is Southern Recon Agency.
Southern Recon Agency is discreet, thorough, and effective. We gather the evidence needed to prove or disprove a variety of different claims. This can change the outcome of a case or simply prove a suspicion. For more information, contact Southern Recon Agency today.

What is a Private Investigator?

A private investigator (also referred to as a “private eye”) is a professional investigator that is hired by a client to solve a problem their client is having by gathering evidence. While private investigators aren’t police, they do need to be licensed. They use legal techniques and gather information using resources and skills most people don’t have.
If you are having a difficult time gathering information for a case or simply for your own private affairs, you should consider hiring a professional private investigator.

What Do They Do?

Private investigators provide a variety of different services and perform various types of investigations. This includes everything from researching for custody and alimony battles to discovering infidelity and everything in-between. Private investigators gather evidence not only by taking photos but also through other methods. They have access to industry resources, specialized software, security clearance, and other tools. They also have high-level skills. Often, private investigators come from a government or police detective background.
What private investigators don’t do is get involved with cases in which law enforcement is involved. Instead, they stick to cases that involve civil law.

What is the Cost of a Private Investigator in FL?

How much a private investigator costs in Florida depends on various factors. While your private investigator may charge an hourly rate, they also may not. For basic services, you should expect to pay around $75-$125 an hour. If specialized services are needed, it may be $150-$350 an hour. These services include forensics, cyber investigations, and other services.
For more information about your investigation and expected costs, reach out to Southern Recon Agency. We’ll provide you with a more comprehensive estimate and more information about what to expect with your investigation.

How Do I Hire a Private Investigator?

Hiring a private investigator may seem daunting and even intimidating. Many people have an image in their heads of a moody, secretive detective. In reality, private investigators are simply professionals providing services. The private investigators at Southern Recon Agency are easy to work with and are very professional in their approach.

When considering a private investigator, you may consider an online search of investigators in your local area. From there, you can check reviews if they are available. While reviews aren’t always accurate, they can provide you with a rough idea of what to expect.
One important factor to consider is whether or not the private investigator is licensed. Professional, legitimate investigators are able to provide you with a license. If you need more advanced services, make sure you ask about the resources the investigator has access to and what their expertise is. Not all investigators specialize in every field. Some investigators offer more general services, while others specialize in a specific area.
You can also skip all of the hassles of searching for a private investigator and give us a call. We’d be happy to discuss your needs and help you with your investigation!

Private Investigator Services

There are a variety of different services that fall under the umbrella of “private investigator.” Below are some of the services provided by Southern Recon Agency:

Alimony Reduction

While it’s important to pay alimony and pay it on time, your alimony payments likely aren’t meant to last forever. Eventually, your spouse may be in a position in which they no longer are eligible for alimony. This may include your ex getting remarried or moving in with someone that is supporting them financially. If you suspect this is the case and you believe they are trying to hide this from you, you can hire a professional private investigator. They will gather evidence that shows that your ex is taking advantage and you may be able to get the alimony terminated.

Surveillance

There are a few different reasons why you may require surveillance services. These include things like elderly abuse, fraud, a cheating spouse, and more. These things can be difficult to prove, and they shouldn’t be addressed without strong proof. A private investigator will be able to provide surveillance services and gather evidence like photo and video evidence, along with other forms of evidence. This helps to strengthen your case—which may be especially important when it comes to legal matters.

Missing Persons Investigation

Having a loved one go missing is one of the most heart-wrenching experiences a person can go through. This is particularly so for a missing or runaway child. There are also cases where a person goes missing because they are trying to avoid child support or avoid legal consequences. Whatever the case may be, a private investigator can help in the search for the missing person. This includes a mixture of “boots on the ground” searching, along with looking through nationwide databases and using state-of-the-art technology to find the missing person.
While there is no guarantee a missing person will be found, the chances increase significantly with the help of a private investigator.

Contact Southern Recon Agency Today!

If you require professional private investigation services, reach out to Southern Recon Agency today. We’d be happy to help you with your case!

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What Can a Private Investigator Legally Do?

POSTED March 8, 2022

What Can a Private Investigator Legally Do?

 

Private investigators are governed by local and state laws, but some general rules exist pertaining to the nature of their work across the nation. Whether you seek PI services or believe you are being investigated, it is essential to get acquainted with the basic understanding of what investigators can and cannot do. While most websites provide factual information on the illegal aspects of private investigations, we designed a guide on the legal actions PIs can take to solve your case.

Believe it or not, but the fun of PIs work is figuring out how to come up with solutions without breaking the law! And dedicated experts within the industry can utilize their creative and logical abilities to do just that – find the answers without resolving to illegal activities.

 

Surfing the Internet

While, despite the popular opinion, private investigators cannot hack into your Facebook or other social media accounts and emails, the majority of PIs work today happens on the Internet. They can, just like you, dig up the dirt by researching online tools, such as Googling a vast amount of information, check out social media accounts for reliable data, and communicate with their members of interest. Surfing Facebook can be a reliable source of information, specifically by looking at friends and family accounts and posts. Suppose the private investigator is looking into a suspicious fraudulent insurance claim. In that case, he or she may look for evidence on social media accounts proving the supposedly injured individual is currently vacationing in the Bahamas and enjoying all the activities the resort offers. People love to brag on Facebook, posting videos without thinking about the consequences.

You might be thinking to yourself, why hire a private investigator if I can do it all by myself? The truth is, PIs are trained to look for information through thorough research. And beyond internet surfing, they also have access to private databases that contain personal and business information, such as LexisNexis, City and County Recorders, and Business information.

 

They Can Lie!

Private investigators are skilled copycats and liars, but one thing they cannot do is impersonate a cop or any other law enforcement officer. They can, however, create an image of themselves to obtain information from different sources, such as neighbors, friends, and family members. PIs are masters of pretending and human psychology, employing innocent white lies to get the most out of any valuable conversation. Who doesn’t like a charming and friendly puppy lover, scientist, or your niece’s teacher?

 

Surveillance, Your Best Friend

Almost everyone associates a private investigator with some sort of equipment staking out the area. While this is true, and they have every right in the book to do so, there are certain limitations pertaining to basic human privacy, trespassing, and loitering. Every movie portraying private investigators includes scenes of a creeping PI with his camera in the bushes taking photos of an individual through windows. That is illegal. It goes without saying that breaking into somebody else’s car or home, even if unlocked, is simply burglary.

And here’s where it gets interesting. The laws related to trespassing vary by state, and while most prohibit taking such actions, some states allow this type of ordinance. And trash picking by the curb is legal in most states! Hey, there might be evidence discarded in that bin!

It’s important to note that surveillance in any public area is within PIs rights, and they can take as long as needed to get the job done, including collecting evidence through photos or videos.

 

Eavesdropping is Quite Alright

Most states do not allow any sort of wiretapping or conversation recording. If they do, both parties must be informed about the wire, which really doesn’t serve the purpose.

However, your PI can undoubtedly listen to conversations and take appropriate photos to make your case. If you suspect your husband of being unfaithful, your private investigator can get to the bottom through careful surveillance and sneaking next to the couple at a restaurant. By listening to their cajolery and evidencing it with photographs, he can take that information back to you and report on his findings.

 

Taking Photographs Without Consent

Your licensed private investigator can take pictures in any public area without an individual’s consent. As mentioned earlier, they are not allowed photographing through someone’s bedroom window, so as long as the target is outside his or her house, it is within PIs rights to document what is needed. Being outside automatically assumes no privacy, and your PI can take as many photos as they desire.

 

Tailing the Subject

No law in the United States prohibits following a person in their car, provided you comply with traffic laws. The same applies to a private investigator driving in the same direction as the subject. What is not allowed is placing a GPS tracker on their car without their prior knowledge. But here’s the hint: they can ask another car owner to put the tracker, making it utterly legal on their part, which often happens in domestic or corporate cases.

 

They Can Carry the Gun

Most private investigators are never in a situation where they have to use the gun. After all, their work ought to be discreet. Carrying a weapon also means they have to obey state gun laws just like any other citizen.

States that do not require PI licensing treat private investigators as regular citizens, with the same right as any other person. However, states that require a PI license often provide slightly more rights to private investigators than regular citizens possess. In Florida, only a special G class allows carrying a firearm on the job with restrictions to the type of weapon. In California, obtaining a PI firearm license is a hassle, but once achieved, the private investigator can carry his or her weapon on more occasions than regular citizens do.

 

What Else Can a Private Investigator Do?

We have covered the most significant aspects of PIs nature of work. Here is a list of other rights private investigators have to help you solve the case effectively and efficiently:

  • Identify and confirm a Social Security Number
  • Locate death, marriage, birth, bankruptcy, and divorce records
  • Research property holdings, mortgage information, and property transactions
  • Identify the current market value of a real estate property
  • Locate federal civil lawsuits and criminal records
  • Interview individuals, such as executives, employees, neighbors
  • Research disciplinary records for licenses
  • Submit FOIA/FOIL requests
  • In some states, gather driving record history
  • Support jury selection
  • Retrieve U.S. Tax Court cases

 

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Alimony Reduction Orlando Florida

POSTED February 21, 2022

Alimony Reduction Orlando Florida

Alimony payments can be frustrating and even difficult to keep up with. You may find that you are in a position where you aren’t making as much money, but you are still expected to make the same payments. Your spouse also may be in a position where it doesn’t make sense to continue to pay the same amount in alimony (if any at all).

Is there a way to get alimony reduced? Can you terminate alimony entirely?

How Can I Get Alimony Reduced?

If you have what is considered “substantial changes in circumstances” and you are paying alimony in Florida, there may be a chance to get your alimony reduced. Some of the reasons why you may get alimony reduced include:

  • Retirement
  • Changes in health
  • Medical insurance policy changes
  • Termination of a job
  • Disability or another inability to work

These are all reasons for a reduction—but what about terminating alimony altogether?

There are a couple of reasons for the full termination of alimony. If a spouse has remarried, the alimony may be terminated. The other is if the person that is being paid alimony has entered into a relationship in which the person they are residing with is financially supporting them. This is where things get tricky…

If you suspect that your ex-spouse is living with someone else and is being fully supported while still getting alimony payments, you can take the case to court to have your alimony terminated. With that said, you need proof. The court won’t just take your word for it.

In order to get proof, you’ll want to hire a private investigator. A private investigator is able to gather information about how long the relationship has lasted, if your ex and someone else are living together, what the nature of their relationship is, and what their financial relationship is. Armed with this information, you can ask a judge to terminate your alimony.

You shouldn’t have to pay your ex-spouse’s bills if they have remarried or moved in with someone else! If you suspect your spouse is taking advantage of your alimony payments, contact Southern Recon to look into the issue and gather evidence that you can use to reduce or eliminate your alimony.

What is a Private Investigator?

A private investigator is a professional that is hired to gather evidence to solve problems their clients are having. These professionals are licensed, and they are able to use techniques and resources to gather information that is not available to most people.

If you are having trouble gathering information and require the help of a professional, a private investigator is your best bet.

What Do They Do?

There are a lot of services private investigators provide, and many different types of investigators. While they can take photos to gather evidence, that’s not all they do. Private investigators often have security clearance, industry resources, specialized software, and more. They also have the skills required to gather evidence to prove a case in court. A lot of private investigators are former detectives or have some sort of government background.

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Private investigators are for cases that involve civil law, and do not get involved in cases where law enforcement is involved.

Why a Private Investigator to Reduce My Alimony?

A private investigator is able to gather evidence that you may not have otherwise been able to gather on your own. They can find hidden assets, provide photo evidence, and prove an ex-spouse is living with someone else. From there, the evidence can be taken to court to prove to the judge that the ex-spouse is taking advantage of the alimony being provided.

What is the Cost of a Private Investigator?

The cost of hiring a private investigator will depend on a few different factors. Often, private investigators will charge an hourly rate. This may be around $75-$125 an hour for a basic service. With that said, it may be upwards of $150-$350 an hour for specialized services like cyber investigation, forensics, and other specialized services. Reach out to Southern Recon for more information about what costs can be expected for your private investigation.

How Do I Hire a Private Investigator?

Hiring a private investigator may feel like an extreme step. We all want to trust people we were formerly in a relationship with. That said, once a relationship ends, a former spouse may show their true colors. They may not be the person you thought they were. That could include trying to scam you on alimony.

When you start looking for a private investigator, search for one in your local area. From there, check some of their reviews if they are available. Also check for any news, articles, profiles in trade organizations or associations, and anything else you can find about them.

You’ll also want to make sure they are licensed. A legitimate private investigator will be able to prove to you their status as a licensed professional. Look for a team that has the resources you need as well. This includes a qualified staff, the right equipment for the job, and so on.

Because private investigators have different fields that they specialize in, make sure the private investigator you are considering is skilled in the specific field you are looking for help with. Don’t just hire a “jack of all trades.” Hire a specialist that is able to provide quality services.

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Other Private Eye Services

Southern Recon is able to provide a variety of different private investigation services for our clients. These include:

  • Cheating/infidelity
  • Worker’s compensation fraud
  • Employee theft
  • Documentation of activities
  • Alimony fraud

Our team is able to expertly determine fraud, theft, infidelity, and more through photography, video surveillance, and more.

Our team at Southern Recon Agency offers investigation services that are tailored for attorneys. We provide both investigation services and technical security for external and internal information, communications, and data.

Child Custody

Along with alimony fraud, a private investigator can help with child custody cases. You want to have as much time with your child as possible, but your spouse may be blocking you. This can be especially excruciating when you know they aren’t a fit parent.

While you may know that your ex-spouse isn’t a good parent, the court may not believe you. You are going to need to provide evidence for this. That’s where a private investigation company comes in.

At Southern Recon, we are able to collect evidence of neglect and abuse. This can include interviewing those close to the child, collecting physical evidence, doing a background check, and more.

There are extreme cases where an ex-spouse knows they aren’t fit but don’t want to give you access to your child. When this is the case, a private investigator can help you with locating your child.

If you have an upcoming custody battle with an unfit parent, contact a private investigator for help with your case.

Contact Your Private Investigator Today!

If you are looking for help to prove your ex-spouse is taking advantage of your alimony settlement, contact Southern Recon. We have the skills, tools, and knowledge to investigate the issue and provide proof that will hold up in court.

Don’t allow your ex to scam you! Reach out to Southern Recon today.

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Finding Hidden Cameras: Are You Being Watched In Sensitive Situations?

POSTED February 17, 2022

Finding Hidden Cameras: Are You Being Watched In Sensitive Situations?

As local police departments report climbing amounts of hidden camera convictions, fear is trending as well. It used to be a challenge to perform surveillance, especially with any kind of quality; but now things are different.

High-quality equipment is widely available for astonishingly low prices, causing a massive influx in “spy camera” sales. To make things worse, people seem to be more deranged each year, lowering morales all over the country when it comes to things like peeping on others. To keep yourself protected, it’s important to be vigilant and know which indicators to look for.

Common Hidden Camera Locations

A wide variety of stealthy camera designs with numerous power source options make virtually any location susceptible to hidden cameras. With that being said, some areas are more heavily targeted than others. If someone is risking being caught and spending the money to place a hidden camera, they have a purpose. In most cases, their purpose is to observe nudity or collect information that would be useful in a blackmail situation; so cameras will most likely be in areas where you are the most sensitive. Hidden cameras are often placed in:

  • Bathrooms
  • Bedrooms
  • Changing areas
  • Fitting Rooms
  • Locker-Rooms
  • Dorms

How To Find Hidden Cameras

Before undressing, using an unfamiliar restroom, or exposing yourself, do a thorough inspection of your surroundings. Do you see anything out of place? Taking a look at the room from top-to-bottom before proceeding may save you from a traumatic experience.

Checking For Anomalies

Abnormalities and nonsense items in a room can be a clear indication that something is off. Are they a collector of clocks, or are one of those timepieces hiding a hidden camera? Oddly placed items and things that stand apart from the rest of a room can often be telltale signs of camera placement.

Scanning Objects For Lenses

When entering a room, it never hurts to pay a little extra attention to the objects inside, noticing the details of each item. You may not always notice the lens, but you have a chance since every camera requires that piece to be exposed (otherwise, it’s already useless). Cameras are getting smaller and more camouflaged, so look up some examples and get a clear picture of what you’re looking for.

Unplugging Unusual Electronics

While many cameras are battery operated or rechargeable in 2022, many still require an external power source. That means you may spot an out-of-place wire, seemingly useless plugins, or other clues that a camera is being powered.

What To Do If You Find A Hidden Camera

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If you find a hidden camera in a public area, it’s important to notify management so they can clear any additional areas that could be targeted. When the situation is in a private area, citizens don’t always want their business out in the world; especially if the invasion of privacy was successful. In these situations, it’s recommended that you contact a private investigator.

Private investigators can help you clear your home, office, and other frequently used areas of hidden cameras and malicious devices to give you peace of mind moving forward. They can also help you find the source of invasion and collect evidence of their crimes. While they cannot pursue the individuals, PIs can help seal their fate.

 

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Is It Worth It To Hire A Private Investigator?

POSTED January 4, 2022

Is It Worth It To Hire A Private Investigator?

In 2022, you have enough issues to worry about, so when stressful situations put you in a predicament,  ensure that you are on top of a solution.  In many cases, private investigators can provide an expedient resolution to your problem, but there are some scenarios when their experience would not justify the expense.

The Cost Of A Private Investigation

There is a considerable cost difference between the high-end and low-end of private investigations, so pricing is difficult to determine without inputting your area and situation at hand. Even less-extensive services such as background checks can be difficult to generally assess. Is it worth it to hire a private investigator? It depends.

Currently, experienced private investigators charge a median hourly fee of $125-$150, with some pricing services at $250 or more. Cheaper services exist, but in most cases, you will notice a reduction in quality as well. Investigative services can be costly, depending on the company’s hourly rate and the extent of their investigation, however, there is plenty of justification for hiring private detectives in numerous situations. The value of a private investigator is strongly based on a few variables, including:

The Type Of Situation

There is a wide array of professional services that PIs offer and their value is often based on the task at hand. In situations where you were thinking of running a background check on an employee, it may be beneficial to hire a private investigator. Under circumstances like missing person cases or cheating spouse scenarios, experienced private investigators are invaluable.

Everything goes back to your motive. If you are looking at starting a private investigation, there is probably a good reason. Is it the life of a person, or the financial future of a company? Maybe you just need closure to move past a situation. Whatever the case is, your motive will need to outweigh the money.

The situation at hand is also what you’re paying for, so be sure that your investigation is worth the monetary expense. Speaking with most PIs about your goals and expected outcome is usually a good place to start, as an honest private investigator will give you an up-front cost and expectation.

The Cost In Your Area

Depending on where you are located, the cost of a private investigator may change significantly. Areas like New York City and Los Angeles give you extensive options for private investigators, but you may be paying for their higher operating costs. Hiring private eyes will vary in price depending on their geographic location because of the fluctuating cost of living.

The Private Investigator’s Experience

What’s the scoop on your private investigator? Do they have a law enforcement background or just a passion for the truth? Did they start out on the legal side? Or maybe the agency you are looking to work with has its own legal counsel. More often than not, you will have to pay according to what your private investigator (or agency) brings to the table.  This entails their experience level, resources, and the services they are providing. Not every private investigator is equipped for certain situations, and in real life, shaving costs could leave you unprepared or unsuccessful.

Are Private Investigators Worth it?

Is it worth it to hire a private investigator? That depends on your case, but going with an honest, experienced agency is never a bad choice. A consultation with experienced private investigators should outline their benefit to your situation along with an estimated cost. If you are a private citizen who needs to gather evidence, hiring a private investigator is usually your best option. With knowledge, experience, and resources that far surpass your own, PIs can help in the majority of cases.

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Is It Legal To Hire A Private Investigator?

POSTED January 4, 2022

Is It Legal To Hire A Private Investigator?

Private investigators are special assets to citizens, allowing them to gather evidence, investigate situations. support legal action, and more. Whether a private investigator is interviewing known associates or diving past public records, you can be sure that no illegal activities are taking place.

The Goal Of Private Investigators

The mission of a licensed private investigator is to collect information, whether it’s for a case of privacy invasion, child custody agreement, or any other matter. In most situations where a private investigator is hired, there is some sort of court case involved, which means the investigator must follow all laws and regulations while collecting evidence. Otherwise, the investigation may as well have been for your simple curiosity.

Private investigators are not law enforcement officers, nor are they lawyers, but they can help you navigate the situation at hand by offering legal advice and ensuring you are within your rights. Quality private investigators will be up-to-date with all local and federal laws surrounding the services they offer, allowing them to provide legal advice pertaining to your situation, however, you should not expect them to carry your case through the system. They also cannot arrest, hold, ticket, or subpoena a person, and do not have the privileges of a law enforcement officer.

What private investigators do have is a natural ability to gather information, along with training, certifications, and licenses that allow them to serve as a link in the chain of evidence. Any evidence that comes from private investigators is considered legal evidence, while evidence provided by the individual would be discarded. Private investigators are also able to collect far more information than any other citizen can. Remaining within legal means, an investigator can perform surveillance, conduct interviews, run background checks and pull criminal records, dive into social media accounts, and more to find the answers you are looking for.

Hiring a private investigator gives you access to resources most people don’t know exist, as well as an understanding of federal and local laws to help you build a solid, legal court case. Some things cannot be done without a court order, but everything that needs to be found can be revealed with the skill, knowledge, and resources of a good private investigator.

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What To Hire A Private investigator For

Hopefully, the day will never come when you have to hire a private investigator, but there is a multitude of scenarios where you will need to conduct a private investigation or seek out other PI services. Some of the most prevalent reasons for hiring a private investigator are:

Private investigators may not have all of the privileges of law enforcement officials, but they do carry a special set of skills, resources, equipment, and technology that make their services useful in numerous scenarios. A private investigation may consist of many things, from finding hidden assets to insurance fraud and private property investigations. In most cases, law enforcement cannot assist with your personal matters or in-depth investigations, making private investigators your best option for an actual resolution.

Private Investigators Are Worth It

If you are in a tough situation, don’t hesitate to contact a private investigator and find a solution. Quality private investigators will help you gather evidence and stay within the law while you build your case and prepare to carry on with your life.  Many of the services rendered by private investigators are against the law without being licensed in your area, so there may be repercussions for investigating on your own. Hiring a private investigator lets you get ahead of the situation with minimal stress and confusion. Contact a private investigator today and find out how they can help with your situation.

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How Much Does A Private Investigator Cost in Orlando, Florida?

POSTED October 16, 2021

How Much Does A Private Investigator Cost in Orlando, Florida?

Florida laws strive to protect the rights of its citizens, strictly enforcing all laws against privately conducted investigations. While this is a major benefit to the general public, it does mean that you will have to hire a private investigator if you want to collect information on someone. The real question is, how much is it going to cost you? Let’s take a look at private investigator pricing and why you really need a professional investigation service in the first place.

What Can Private Investigators Do?

At face value, anyone with a private investigator’s license has proven themselves worthy of collecting information on citizens within set parameters, but a good PI agency will provide much more. Private investigation firms like Southern Recon Agency guide you through the process and make the experience just a little easier. Our experts will review your case and create a strategy based on the situation. From deploying surveillance elements to creating a link in the chain of evidence and wrapping it in a bow for the prosecution, we ensure that everything is done for your case to succeed within our control.

There are limits to what private investigators can do, but the law allows for these professionals to investigate effectively throughout the state of Florida, as long as a license is in hand. The reach of PIs is expanded when you find an agency with investigators who hold a security clearance, which opens the door to infinite, valuable data.

When To Hire A Private Investigator in Orlando

It may seem odd to specify a location for this title, but Florida has some unique laws that make some scenarios trickier to deal with, and some easier than usual. These laws can affect the results of your case and the amount of return that you have for your investigation, so think about sitting down with a PI to discuss your case before making a decision.

While cheating spouse cases are one of the most common situations to call a PI, Florida’s laws may not allow for the outcome you want. The fact that Orlando is nestled in a no-fault state means that your spouse has no liability for their infidelity, and judges will not bat an eye at their indiscretions; until the money is involved. Florida may be a no-fault state, but the legal system will also throw the book at cases of marital waste, which is where private investigation services come into play. Private investigation agencies can focus on collecting proof of marital waste, whether they have been paying for a weekly hotel room or wardrobes, Florida courts will return the marital waste if you can prove that it happened.

Nothing is more important than your children, so getting them out of a bad situation is always going to be the priority.”

Child custody cases are another primary reason people call private investigators in Orlando. Nothing is more important than your children, so getting them out of a bad situation is always going to be the priority. Private investigators dig in deep to collect any proof of neglect or abuse to rapidly remove them from the situation.

How Much Is It To Hire A PI In Florida?

Private investigators typically charge an hourly fee of $100-$150 for Orlando investigation services. Other private investigation agencies charge less per hour, but you may end up paying for expenses, mileage, overnight visits, and other hidden charges along the way.

Finding a private investigator that gives you honest, upfront pricing goes a long way, especially in situations where tensions are high everywhere else. The best agencies will break down your costs between stages, so you get an accurate estimate of what your investigation will cost, along with a straight-forward explanation of what you have to gain by completing the investigation. They will still use an hourly scale to determine your cost, but the private investigator that is handling your case can roll-in any costs that would not be covered so you are left with no surprises.

The Cost of Private Investigations

When you are planning out your next move, it’s imperative to reflect on what you have to gain, and what is at stake. If you determine that any investigation needs to happen, hiring a PI is the only way to legally do so in Florida. You can, however, avoid surprising fees and a widely expensive bill at the end of your service by the best private investigators in Florida.

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WHAT CLIENTS SAY ABOUT US

Mark A., Tampa, FL | Attorney, 16 years

I have worked with Southern Recon on several investigations. He is an excellent investigator who always gets the job done no matter how complex or dangerous the situation. His fees are very reasonable and he usually puts in more hours than he gets paid for in order to make sure he does a professional job. I highly recommend Southern Recon Agency.

Tina G., Ontario, Canada

Matt provided me with superior service. He handled my investigation in a very professional manner and was always available for me 24/7. He helped solve my case and provided me with accurate evidence proving the suspicion of my husband’s infidelity. I highly recommend his services. Words cannot express the gratitude I have for his services!

Chris G., Tampa, Fl

I requested a background investigation on person that I was looking to conduct business with. I corresponded with the professionals at the Agency over email and the telephone. At no time, was I confused or concern about the process of this investigation. The process was thoroughly explained. Matt Aubin potentially saved me thousands of dollars by giving me an accurate understanding of who I was looking to do business with. Needless to say, I will not be conducting any business with this individual. I am extremely grateful for the work performed by Matt and the agency. It was worth every penny. The level of service provided exceeded my expectations.

Donnie C., Orlando, Fl

These folks are professional and will get results for you quickly. They are not the run of the mill grinding hours for billing people that often fill this profession. Thanks!