How does the process work?

The first step for you to open an investigation with us is by selecting one of the different packages we offer. After you’ve selected the package that best suits your needs, you will be asked to fill out a questionnaire which will allow you to specify the goal of the investigation, the type of questions you would like us to ask and the particular questions and topics you want us to either focus on or avoid altogether. This way, you’ll be able to give us all the tools we need in order to make the investigation as successful as possible.

We will analyze your partner’s profile and your specific requests so we may match him with the agent we deem most suitable for the task in order to make sure the investigation is conducted under optimal conditions.

Our agent will approach your partner via social media, usually Facebook. To avoid suspicion our agent will add some mutual friends and / or groups, while using their real names and their own accounts. With so many frauds out there the only sure way to appear real is to be real.

Like in any relationship, the trick is to not reveal too much too fast; we don’t want to alert your partner into thinking something fishy is going on. So our agent will take the time to simply chat and get to know your partner, thereby getting him to eventually let his guard down.

This is where we get to the juicy stuff. At this point, your partner will already feel like they can trust our agent enough to share what’s really going on. That’s when our agent will start asking him the questions you really wanted answers to. Such as their relationship status, whether or not they’ve ever been unfaithful, if they’re happy in the relationship, etc. You tell us what kind of questions you need answers for, and we’ll make sure to get you the information you need. It’s that simple.

At the end of each week, we’ll send you a full report which will include screen shots of any interaction we have with the person of interest. The rest will be up to you: once you know the truth, it’s up to you to decide how you want to use the information resulting from the investigation.