A new person has come into your life either physically, or online. In fact, this person may even be your soul mate. Life is grand and you are on cloud nine – and yet something they said today did not match up with something they said last week. You simply push it aside. After all, they are wonderful and new, very romantic and exciting.
Besides, the love bombing is great – and yet he/she seems to be secretive about their phone (it is always locked and always in their hand), about where they live, where they work, their family and they have indicated to you that they do not appreciate “nosy” questions being asked.
He/she has declared that they own their own house, their vehicle and have “a great job”, but are very vague about what they actually do for a living and yet they know a lot about you because they questioned you and you answered truthfully. They also boast about their overseas trips and their friends in ‘high places.
Strange that you have not met these friends.
These romances can be great until the person who you believe to be your soul mate asks for money to pay for a small/large debt of theirs, an airfare, OR if they request your bank details and/or your PIN. Any request for money from someone you have never physically met, or only known for a short time either online or in person, should raise a big red flag for you.
It doesn’t take much for an experienced investigator to check out a person’s background (if they own property or rent; if they owe money; if they are currently married or engaged to someone; their work history, etc). You deserve to know the truth.
Follows and/or Surveillance may be necessary in some cases and if you wonder if your partner/spouse is really working late, or if they are really going to the pub with fellow workers on a Friday night, we can identify them, carry out a discreet car follow from their workplace to their destination, then continue on foot and finally remain static either from a distance or up close to watch their behaviour and give you that ‘Peace of Mind’ you so deserve.
Of the 50+ I have personally worked on, only a very small percentage of partners were obviously cheating or lying about their whereabouts. Many of these types of requests (usually 90%) are nothing more than the spouse wanting to spend some “me” time with his mates at the pub, or putting a bet on at the TAB, or in her case, chatting with friends over a drink in a bar, coffee lounge, or dinner at a restaurant (‘girl talk’ can sometimes take hours), or even playing pokies.
Follows for Lesley Craig, a Private Investigator in Queensland can be quite easy as the person being checked on will not at any time be aware that they are being followed or watched.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR THE CLIENT
A Private Investigator is licenced to follow someone for the client (and it is quite lawful), but a private citizen cannot, as it would be considered stalking and may result in serious consequences.