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Some people would prefer to carry investigations on their own. When these people want to find out or confirm something, they themselves set out and do the fact finding. This is because these people actually believe in what we would often say “To see is to believe.” Therefore, these people would only believe that such thing or event has occurred only if they saw it at the very moment when it happened. Without them actually witnessing such incidence before their very eyes would make everything told to them null and void. On the other hand, there are those people who would prefer the investigation done by someone else. In contrary to the aforementioned type of individuals, these people would rather have another individual, such as a private investigator for hire to do the fact finding for them. It’s not that these people don’t care about the reliability of what is presented to them; rather, they prefer these tasks to be done by those who are unknown to the subjects and are good at concealing their identities. This is because bias and the chances that the identity of the one asking for the said information will be revealed are greatly decreased.
Whoever you are from the two types of people I have mentioned above, I respect you. But if I were asked which option would I prefer, I guess I would opt for the choice of seeking the help of a private investigator for hire when I need some help on some serious fact finding. This is because for me, this option has a lot of advantages compared to the first one. First, as stated earlier bias is lessened. For example, if I’d want to find out if my husband or wife is cheating on me and find it out for myself, the moment I saw him/her with the third party, I might convince myself that that person is just a friend in the fear of accepting that I’m actually cheated on. Also the chances of actually catching the person involved would be easier as this person don’t know the investigator, so this would save me from getting recognized, failing my “mission”, or at worse cases shame myself for doing so. Also, it is much wiser to hire an investigator in doing fact-finding jobs because they are licensed to do such and are much more experienced. Having him do the job for you might also save you from violating the laws such as violating other’s privacy.
I see nothing wrong if one chooses to seek the help of a private investigator for hire. Having someone else do the job might also involve some risks, such as alteration of information gathered, especially if the hired investigator is bought off by another person or another agent, however, this could be easily avoided. All the client has to do is to make sure that the investigator is officially connected to an accredited agency or office so as not to have problems in case the client needs to contact the investigator and or verify something. Also, the hired investigator must be credible enough and honest enough so the job expected to be done is actually done within the right span of time and the necessary updates and reports are given to the client at a regular basis. It is also the duty of the client to see to it and evaluate that the investigator is good enough for every penny he or she spends to get the job done. We may have overlooked it but having an investigator could really be helpful in finding the facts that we need, in stopping frauds, and in giving justice to the many unresolved cases.