8 Things This Private Investigator Wish He Had (Legal) Access to (but Doesn’t)

By Brian Willingham


In every investigator’s most pleasant dreams, we have access to loads of information that would, quite simply, make our lives so much easier.

But what would be the fun in that?

There are a number of things that make a private investigator’s job interesting. For one, every case and every day are different, so that keeps you on your toes. But what makes it the most interesting is that we have to come up with creative ways to help our clients. But I digress.

Much of the information below may be available with either the person’s consent or through a court order, but in my most pleasant dreams, none of that would be necessary.

1Financial Institution Records

I want them all. Credit card statements, bank statements, 401k records, 529 savings, locations of any safety deposit boxes, Swiss bank accounts, and even the code for your piggy bank.

2Travel Records

Not only do I want a copy of your entire passport, but I also want your travel records from the U.S. Department of State and your border crossing records from U.S. Customs and Border Protection. While we’re at it, I want records from your cell phone’s GPS data that could show me where you have been going minute …read more

Source:: Pry-Eye