Overseas client – Spouse was visiting Boston for a week. There was some suspicion the visiting spouse may become involved with a business associate. After continuous surveillance over 5 days, I was happy to report…the suspected Spouse was not romantically involved with anyone while here. This was a happy ending, However…most times…If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck, talks like a duck…it’s a duck.
Chief Investigator Paul J. Wood, Sr. was retained recently by two parents whose son went missing in Panama City, Panama. When the couple first consulted with Paul, the missing son had not been heard from in nearly 5 days. Three days later, Paul went to Panama…within twenty four hours, the missing son was found in the street, disheveled, no shoes, dazed and confused. Paul had the missing son checked out at the best hospital in the city. The person was admitted for four nights before he could travel….at the request of the parents….Paul waited and brought him home, alive and well. If a few more days had gone by, who knows, but this person was very lucky. What money he had, his watch and even his shoes were stolen from him.
Recently, two Clients reluctantly retained API, because “they weren’t sure”, “they could be crazy” “feel weird doing this” etc. (yes, they said all this in my conversations with them, as a lot of people do, understandably so) but still, just needed to know for sure one way or other.
In both instances we provided the proof their spouse/fiancée was indeed having a full-blown affair, over a long period of time.
Both were very thankful they decided to move forward with API…as a side note in one of these instances we helped our Client receive custody of their young children and maintain living in the marital home, having the other spouse vacated.
So, my point is, if you are reading this….you are ready to move forward or at least should. Knowing the truth, the real truth, may sting a lot…but at the same time, you won’t lay awake wondering, questioning yourself and you will gain strength in knowing what to do.
Long distance relationships are difficult enough when you definitely know the person you are with. What if you don’t ??
Recently…a person, who then became a client, contacted API to look into the current background on a person they were engaged to.
They were involved in a long distance relationship for several years. Financial help was provided to the “subject” who had told my client their profession kept them traveling a lot and family illnesses kept them from seeing my client, quite often. They spent a recent holiday together and saw each other again just before calling me.
As it turned out, we discovered, the subject of our search, unbeknownst to my client;
Is and had been married long before meeting my client (client believed divorced), living with the spouse ( very expensive home) and with a new child on the way. The subject had no intent to leave the spouse and was looking forward to having a new baby.
Obviously, there were “Red Flags” (maybe light red, because my client did not want to think they were being lied to) that made my client contact me…but as the saying goes…If your gut is talking to you, go with it.
“Red Flags” vary and are unique to every situation. What might be a “Red Flag” to you, may not have the same significance in another relationship. Whatever the case may be, if there are any…why not call to discuss? The call is a free consult and strictly confidential.