Cindy W., - FL
I was stupid enough to think he wouldn't cheat on me, even though I knew he cheated on his ex-girlfriend. We had not even been married a year and he was screwing around with girls on the Internet and in person. The sad thing was, he thought I didn't know about it. I was just saving money before confronting him, so I could leave his a-- on the spot,
-David, H., - NY
"We were extremely impressed by your speed and professionalism throughout and will not hesitate to use your services again in the future."
Richard W., - FL
"We were very pleased with your efforts and the presentation was excellent. It was especially useful that you kept us up-to-date with progress."
Cindy C., - TX
"I never knew that "miracles" did not take a little longer."
"May I thank you and your organization for the most excellent and professional way in which you have dealt with this matter."
Ethel B, - AZ
"Once again, thank you for all of your hard work and your professionalism. Our company and our employees are now safer, moral is much higher and everyone feels better knowing you found the thief and allowed us to fire her and have her prosecuted."
Tatyana W., - CA
"EPIS did a superb job! They were able to obtain excellent photographic evidence, both inside a dimly lit restaurant and outside at night. Their work leaves no doubt as to the nature of the relationship between the two targets of the investigation."
Ana G., - CA
"Thanks for all your help. I will stay in touch and gladly use your service again. Because of your help, the truth finally came out..."
Tucker B., - CA
"I am pleased to recommend EPIS to anyone who might benefit from their services. Recently, my wife and I were having difficulties after 16 years of marriage. A former colleague of hers began aggressively pursuing her. I retained EPIS to learn what was going on. They responded quickly and professionally. They provided timely feedback and were always able to adjust to my schedule, even on short notice. Because of the thorough, professional work of EPIS, I was able to learn exactly what was and was not going on."
Emily A., - TX
"I would like to thank you again for the professional handling of my request. I was hesitant to hire a private investigation I found on the internet, but you handled every step professionally and ethically. I would not hesitate to hire you in the future. I admire you and your researchers for the work they did."
John H., - CA
"EPIS was able to locate the men who ripped off my elderly parents and guided the police to them. We owe you far more than the money we paid for your services. God bless."
San Diego, California
On a summer day, an established accountant called our Computer
Forensic Data Recovery department and wanted our agents to go over his wife's computer to retrieve some deleted emails. When our team took over this assignment, the client had brought the computer to our office while the wife had gone to work for the day. The client read several incoming messages from a man she had met at a party on the previous weekend. While the message itself wasn't all that incriminating, he then went through the deleted messages on other folder, which he didn't know existed and found the more racy ones. The emails gave our client enough evidence to confront the cheating spouse.
locating a witness
Santa Ana, California
an Orange County law firm handling a worker's compensation case, needed to locate a witness of an ex-employee of the defendant. EPIS, Witness Locate Investigation, was supplied only with a name. Our skilled investigators located the individual. Based on our efforts, our client interviewed the ex-employee and obtained a positive outcome in their litigation matter.
Child Support ,
Beverly Hills, California
a Beverly Hills law firm representing a woman in an attempt to collect her back child support, contacted EPIS, Child Support Investigation division, as the ex-husband claimed that he was unemployed and unable to pay his child support. Our skilled investigators utilized numerous techniques, including surveillance, to document that the ex-husband was currently employed with a large manufacturing business in down town Los Angeles, and verified that he was earning approximately over $250,000 annually.
Beverly Hills, California
a fortune 500 Company located in Beverly Hills, CA, was told by the applicant that he would be the perfect employee. Our skilled investigators conducted an extensive Employment Background Check, which revealed that the potential employee had failed to disclose his criminal background. Based on our efforts, our client saved potentially thousands of dollars in unnecessary preparation and termination fees.
San Francisco, California
When the 28-year-old financial analyst left her phone in the car with her husband while she ran into the grocery store, he read an incoming message from a man she had met at a party on the previous weekend. While the message itself wasn't all that incriminating, he then went through a deleted items folder she didn't know existed and found the more racy ones. The phone was turned over to our investigators and within hours they had enough evidence to confront the cheating spouse.
Poor Executive Decision
The business executive didn't know he was being watched. The guy at the cigarette stand across the street wasn't a merchant. He was a private investigator who had been hired by the executive's wife because she suspected he was seeing another woman. Her instincts were right. The executive was headed to a rendezvous with another woman. The private eyes obtained what they had been waiting hours for: a glimpse of the two entering the woman's apartment around midnight. The detectives took pictures with a cell phone and delivered the evidence to our client.
Someone's at the Door!
San Jose, California
A California attorney was having a difficult time locating an elusive "dead beat" dad. The phone numbers had been disconnected and a PO Box was the only published address. Our resourceful process server located his girlfriend's apartment, waited for the "dad" to appear and posing as a pizza delivery man, successfully served something other than pizza, much to everyone's surprise and our client's delight.
Locating a Former Employee
Santa Clara, California
An Orange County law firm handling a business-to-business litigation case, needed to locate the whereabouts of an ex-employee of the defendant. We were supplied only with a name. Our skilled investigators located the individual. Based on our efforts, our client interviewed the ex-employee and obtained a positive outcome in their litigation matter.
My Aching Back
A San Diego based insurance company received a claim from their policyholder. The claim involved an employee who allegedly slipped and fell at work, injuring his back. The employer received numerous complaints from co-workers indicating that the subject was not injured, and was busy with other activities. We were asked to verify this information. Our skilled investigators obtained detailed videotape of the subject lifting furniture, playing basketball, and jogging. As a result of our efforts, our client denied the employee's benefits, and the case was settled for no monetary value.
Jobless or Not?
Los Angeles, California
A Los Angeles law firm representing a woman in an attempt to collect her back child support, contacted us, as the ex-husband claimed that he was unemployed and unable to pay his child support. Our skilled investigators utilized numerous techniques, including surveillance, to document that the ex-husband was currently employed with a large engineering firm, and verified that he was earning approximately $100,000 annually.
The Not So Perfect Employee
A fortune 50 Company located in Irvine, California, was told by the applicant that he would be the perfect employee. Our skilled investigators conducted an extensive background check, which revealed that the potential employee had failed to disclose his criminal background. Based on our efforts, our client saved potentially thousands of dollars in unnecessary training and termination fees.
permanent health - ‘disabled' - evidence that policyholder engaged in activities inconsistent with his statements - whether insurer justified in ceasing claim payments.
Mr. G received monthly benefits from the firm after it accepted his disability claim in March 1992. His case was reviewed periodically and his disability was described as a ‘non-specific' problem, which caused him to feel unwell and lethargic, with aching muscles and weakness. His GP confirmed that his condition remained static and that he was suffering from ‘psychogenic pain unspecified'.
The firm arranged for another doctor, Dr L, to examine Mr. G at home. Mr. G told Dr L that he spent most of the day either sitting in a chair and staring into space or sitting outside in the garden. Mr. G also said that he needed help to load shopping into the car and had not been able to drive for two to three months. However, Dr L could find nothing wrong with him.
The firm's investigators filmed Mr. G in the weeks before and after Dr L's visit. These videos showed Mr. G getting out of his car, opening the boot without difficulty, pushing a supermarket trolley and loading shopping into his car. They also showed him jet-washing and drying his car and driving long distances.
The firm concluded that Mr. G did not satisfy the policy definition of ‘disabled' and it stopped the benefit payments. In response, Mr. G presented the firm with a letter from his GP saying that his condition had deteriorated. The GP did not appear to have been aware of the video evidence of Mr. G's activity, or of why the firm had stopped the payments.
we were satisfied that the firm had acted fairly. We did not think Mr. G was medically unable to perform his normal occupation. He had been unable to explain either the level of activity shown in the videos or the disparity between this activity and his statements to Dr L about what he could - and could not - do.