SK INVESTIGATION SERVICES

Tel: +(65) 6440 4683

A Picture Of Your Private Detective In Singapore

SK > Uncategorized  > A Picture Of Your Private Detective In Singapore

A Picture Of Your Private Detective In Singapore

When you decide to hire the service of a private detective in Singapore you must be aware of several aspects before making the final decision. You should also be aware of the coverage and be prepared for any result. It is a very important decision to make because by hiring a private detective, it simply means that something has gone out of hand and beyond your control. private detective in SingaporeIf you have never used a private investigator before, there are things that you need to be aware of. First, there are a lot of private investigation agencies in Singapore. You need to research first the credentials and the capacity of the agency in order for you to be ripped off by incompetent detectives and their agencies. Always check first if that private investigator has a valid license. You can always check their license from the private investigator database online. You will see there all the basic information that you need regarding each listed agency. Chances are, all listed agencies are verified and are licensed to operate. But always give them a call first, making sure that someone answered immediately. If someone does, it means that the agency has full time staff to answer all your questions rather than a voicemail which is more likely operated by a few people.

It is legal to hire a private detective in Singapore. It should be reassuring to know that the methods of collecting information by the private detectives are lawful and authorized. Their license is a comprehensive guideline of their scope and limitation that in turn will not put any liability to the client. Protecting the client is a top priority. The main goal of an investigator when conducting their search is to collect materials and information in order for the client to validate or nullify an alleged activity or information in the most efficient and discreet manner. Throughout the investigation, the private detective will work with utmost discretion, confidentiality and privacy. The client will be given option to establish contact during the course of the investigation. In most cases, a physical contact is preferred but if compromising the investigation is of high possibility, the client and the private detective can communicate via email or SMS. In some cases, the client and the detective will only see each other twice – first meeting before the investigation starts and last meeting when it’s done. The information that the detective needs are the full name, office and home address, ID number, and car plate number before it goes into full action.

Another important note that you should consult first with a private detective in Singapore are the pricing and fees. Some agencies will try to offer a package but since every case is unique, the pricing will greatly depend on the complexity of the investigation and its type. While the investigation is in progress, there are certain factors that are beyond an investigators control that may ask for additional fees. Reputable investigative agencies will offer a free consultation with no obligation to give you a rough estimate or a comprehensive quotation of the fees. Upon signing the agreement, you will have to deposit 50-80% of the fees that is usually on a daily rate or in packages. Agreements are signed in order to protect both parties – client and detective. This is very important so that the investigating person will understand proper engagement on the subject and their request to gather information is valid. When you have concerns that the deposit will leave traces back to the agency, you should be aware that all private investigators and agencies have their own methods of protecting your privacy. And lastly, all actions of private investigators are protected by law thus their license. When you do your own private inquiry, you might be going against some of the country’s laws.

No Comments

Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.