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April 3, 2013

Pursuit Magazine’s “Thirty Rules to Live by for Private Investigators”

Filed under: Uncategorized — fraudjournal @ 12:44 PM

I find great delight in sharing insights and ‘lessons learned’ from those out in the field. Private Investigators deal with a multitude of information and people on a daily basis. Dealing with clients often requires keen insight into the psychology of emotions and motivation not to mention education of the realistic process of investigation and the costs involved.

Much like their government counterparts, detectives and agents, the process of investigation requires careful attention to detail. The devil is in the details is an often made statement regarding how important it is to be mindful of our policies and procedures during any case of investigation and engagement we encounter. And mindful of how we present our selves to the world. Most business owners often learn the hard way that they must wear multiple hats and not doing so can result in burn-out and worst of all, mistakes.

Please take time to read this list of “Thirsty Rules to Live by for Private Investigators” from Pursuit Magazine as it contains some important information, most of which many of you have already learned the hard way, but if not you have a chance to gain knowledge before any hard knocks hit you from the sidelines. Take care and always be mindful of your choices in life. And thanks to my friend K. Paxton in Oregon for sharing this with me today.





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    Comment by Courtney Kuo — April 10, 2013 @ 10:12 AM | Reply

    • Thank you Courtney! I think there will be many changes to how we all move about the planet in the next few years. Stay cool and take care. – Carol Bacon, CFE

      Comment by fraudjournal — April 10, 2013 @ 11:49 AM | Reply

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    Comment by Bruna Jolley — April 13, 2013 @ 6:14 PM | Reply

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