Category : L.A. Investigations
Los Angeles identity theft is rampant and affects all of us in one way or another. Have you been a victim of identity theft? If so, then you surely know it generally is a big mess and when reported to the police it is mostly shrugged off as someone else’s jurisdiction. In the State of California, police agencies are governed by law to construct a report, however, this sometimes equates to nothing more than a log notation and or note taking for a future report if necessary. “[more…]” If the identity theft report is written and does end up in the hands of a police investigator, it is generally said there is not enough hours in the day to investigate such crimes. Most police investigators do not like investigating such crimes and most end up in a suspended file versus a closed file. In Los Angeles identity theft is so out of control it is necessary for police investigators to devote full time investigators to handle the case load. A lot of times victims become frustrated with police investigators because of the lack of attention their individual case receives as the police are over burdened. The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department cites over a million Californians have fallen victim.
We would invite you to bring us your case and allow us to work on the investigation for you. We are very good at unraveling all the credit reports, purchases, dates & times…. in effort to identify the suspect/s. We will take all your information and back track it using all of our valuable resources, including high-tech software and technology we have gathered over the past 30 years. Remember, we go back to the days of the painstaking days of searching through huge metal files and file drawers searching for paper documents….we had to be passionate then…and we are passionate now. Whatever it takes, of course within reason, we will search high and low for you. Our rates are very competitive and more reasonable than most. Everything we do is super confidential and we are good at shielding our clients if that is what they desire. Remember, we are not governed like police investigators, we have more freedom to do what we have to do…and have really no ranking police supervisor to answer or report to…… other than you, the client. This makes our job so much easier! Merely have your attorney contact us or you too may contact us to get things started right away! Take a look at some tips to help you if you have been a victim of identity theft.
- Keep personal information in a confidential place, and do not place any of your personal paperwork in the trash, shred it
- Never give your social security to anyone in person and or online, if someone calls you on the phone and asks for your social security number do not give it to them
- Monitor your account balances
- Do not carry P.I.N. – personal information numbers in your purse or wallet
- Check your mailbox at the time of delivery, use a secure postal facility to send or dispatch mail
We hope these tips helped you, we understand they are generic tips but if we at least remind you it perhaps can save you from becoming a victim! We can help protect you from becoming a victim. Please give us a call so we can help fix your situation.