Thursday, August 13, 2015
NY POST: So you’re thinking of hiring a private investigator …Almost everyone has been in a situation where they think their partner might have his or her hand in someone else’s cookie jar. And while catching the guilty party in the act can sometimes mean snooping on their phone or reading their emails, some players play so hard that the evidence is almost impossible to find. That’s where Barbara Wofford, a licensed investigator at Kinsey Investigations in Los Angeles, and Daniel McBride, president of American Eagle Investigations in New York City, come in. Here’s how they solve one of life’s most frustratingly common mysteries — the case of the cheating lover.
Clues someone’s cheating: When you catch cheaters for a living as a private investigator, you learn pretty quickly what the warning signs of infidelity are. “It could be a simple change in behavior, says Wofford. “Like all of a sudden, the woman’s husband is working out, buys some new clothes or a sports car, or has a different hairstyle.” Suddenly working late all the time and using the computer or the phone more frequently than normal can also be tip-offs, says McBride. “If he’s guarding his phone and always has it on him so nobody can look at it — that can be suspicious,” he says. “Or if he puts a code on his phone if there wasn’t one before or deletes his text messages or incoming calls. … Also, if the husband doesn’t want to have sex with his partner anymore or his sexual desires change suddenly, that’s a big sign.
Wofford says that if a client wants to snoop on his or her partner, they need to provide some basic info, like his/her partner’s home and work addresses, the make and model of his/her car and license plate number, and his/her daily schedule. “If [your partner] usually leaves the house at 7:15 a.m. for work and says they’re at the office until 5 p.m., we would go to the home well before 7:15, follow them, and make sure they go to work,” she says. Photo evidence is the best proof, and Wofford is quick to provide that to the partner who hired her after it’s obtained. “We provide still photos and any film we capture,” she says. “We never confront the cheating party, though. And I don’t make any judgment calls. I get the footage, give it to the client, and let the client decide what to make of it.” We offer a confidential sensitive approach to all domestic cases. Whether it is an unfaithful spouse or child issue, its investigators consistently provide valuable information to clients. Our culture is constantly changing; street thugs and gang violence often touch our youngsters’ lives. Parents frequently find it difficult to assess potential dangers in their children’s free-time activities.
Bill Warner Private Investigator Sarasota SEX, CRIME CHEATERS & TERRORISM at http://www.wbipi.com