How Does a Private Investigator Prove Infidelity?

If you suspect your spouse of cheating, you may be asking; how does a private investigator prove infidelity? You may want to confirm your suspicions about whether or not your spouse is cheating on you, before you go ahead and begin divorce proceedings.

Confirmation of an affair, as painful as it can be, is often easier than living with suspicion and doubt, especially when you’ve confronted your spouse about it and they have denied it.

If, despite all denials, your sixth sense tells you that there is something wrong, and if your spouse is exhibiting behaviour that further feeds your suspicions, its best for you to hire a private investigator rather than to try and prove infidelity on your own.

The objectivity of a private investigator in gathering evidence will make a very painful experience less so, allowing you to base your decision on whether or not to get divorced on real facts, and not on mere suspicion.

Infidelity can have a major impact on certain issues when it comes to court cases, such as whether the injured party is entitled to a bigger share of the marital assets, or the bearing it could have on the lack of principles and character of the cheater when it comes to custody disputes.

How does a private investigator prove infidelity?

In a world where privacy simply isn’t as important as it once was, what with everyone using cell phones constantly to snap pictures or talk on the phone, gathering evidence on a cheating spouse is even easier than before.

King Investigators is a team of registered private investigators that are considered the number one cheating spouse detectives in South Africa, and if anyone will provide you with results you can take to court in confidence, this is the team you can rely on.

Should you decide to hire King Investigators to prove infidelity, your first meeting will involve the need for you to provide Jacques with as much information on your spouse and his or her routine as possible, to have a starting point when planning the investigation.

You’ll also be free to discuss your budget at this meeting in order to include this in the way that the investigation will be conducted.

Undercover surveillance

Undercover surveillance is the best way to catch a cheater! As undercover specialists who also use state of the art technology during surveillance, you can rely on this team to leave no stone unturned on your investigation, and to protect you for the duration of the investigation.

As registered private investigators with the PSiRA, any evidence of infidelity gathered, will be done without going against the code of conduct and rules that apply to the field of private investigations.

King Investigators won’t trespass on private property or use any illicit means of gathering evidence. To these consummate professionals, honesty and integrity rank high on their list of priorities, which is why you can trust them to deliver evidence that can withstand the scrutiny of any judge.

GPS tracking devices

A GPS tracking device can only be used in the investigation if you are the registered owner of the vehicle in question, otherwise it would be illegal and render evidence useless.

Camera’s & video recorders

At the end of the investigation, you’ll receive time-stamped photos and videos as proof of infidelity, as well as a written report detailing events that were not captured on camera or video.

Contact the number one cheating spouse detectives in South Africa!

If there’s one thing you can count on when hiring King Investigators to prove infidelity, it’s that they are able to understand just how difficult this experience will be for you, and with thousands of cases behind them already, they bring a sensitivity to the situation that will be invaluable to you.

If your suspicions are becoming too much for you to live with, contact Jacques, owner of King Investigators, for a confidential chat about what your next step could be. Sure, it’s scary and very painful, but sometimes knowing the truth hurts less than living in uncertainty and suspicion!





How Do You Find Out if Your Spouse is Cheating?

Whatever you do, don’t get friends and family involved, and don’t try to prove infidelity on your own! This can be a highly emotionally charged experience and could become dangerous if your spouse finds out that you or friends are trying to prove that he or she is cheating.

If you or your friends shouldn’t do this, then how do you find out if your spouse is cheating? The best thing you can do to find out if your spouse is cheating, is to find a registered professional private investigator to carry out a well-planned investigation.

This is the only way you’ll have concrete proof that is conclusive, one way or the other, and if it turns out that your spouse is cheating and you want to start divorce proceedings, you’ll be doing it with evidence you can trust to back up your case.

How do you find out if your spouse is cheating?

Jacques Botha, owner of King Investigators, heads up a team of private investigators that are considered the number one cheating spouse detectives in South Africa, and it’s here that you’ll find the guidance and support you need as you head into uncharted territory!

Laying the groundwork for finding out whether your spouse is cheating!

Your first step towards finding out whether or not your spouse is cheating on you is to call Jacques for a confidential chat, designed to lay the groundwork for your next step.

From there, should you go ahead with the investigation, it will start with a fact-finding mission to find out everything there is to know about your suspicions and the movements of your spouse in general.

This will include where he or she works, the hours they work and anything else that is the norm as far as routine is involved.

You’ll be able to share all your suspicions and the reasons for them with someone who has had more than 10 years’ experience in this field, and who has already successfully carried out thousands of investigations into cheating spouses.

Discussing the costs of the investigation

You’ll find that King Investigators has a very open and honest approach to private investigator rates, which will make it easier on you when it comes to discussing what your financial situation is.

Your investigation will be run according to the way you want it to go, Jacques and his team will never run rough-shod over your wishes or your budget, and you can rest assured that with a reputation based on integrity, your bill won’t be padded with non-existent expenses either!

Using state of the art technology to save time & money!

Not only will you have a team of undercover surveillance specialists helping you to find out if your spouse is cheating, you’ll also have a team on your side that uses state of the art technology, such as High Definition video equipment, to save you time and money in bringing your investigation to a successful conclusion.

Whether this team is carrying out surveillance in South Africa or overseas, these are true professionals that pride themselves on their ability to remain undetected by the subject under investigation.

You are welcome to call Jacques for a free confidential consultation if you’re ready to find out whether or not your spouse is cheating on you!


Does a Private Investigator Have to Identify Themselves?

A private investigator doesn’t work on the same principle as the South African Police Services when investigating a crime. As a member of SAPS, you have to identify yourself when interviewing witnesses, or carrying out a legal search backed up by a search warrant issued by a judge.

You may be in the position of needing to hire a private investigator in South Africa, in which case you’d like to know just how private the investigation will be run, leading to the question; does a private investigator have to identify themselves.

When a private investigator is carrying out surveillance, it won’t help the case they’re investigating if they have to announce to all and sundry that they are a private investigator, as it negates the undercover issue when it comes to surveillance.

Does a private investigator have to identify themselves?

Professional private investigators such as the team at King Investigators will know when it will help their investigation to let anyone alerted to their presence know that they are private investigators.

If a nosy neighbour notices a private investigator carrying out surveillance and asks what they’re doing in the neighbourhood, the private investigator can always find a good pretext for being there, provided he has extensive experience out in the field and is well prepared.

Good communication skills and the ability to be able to talk to anyone anywhere is a prerequisite for an undercover surveillance expert, and it is an area that requires real experience and knowledge.

A private investigator isn’t required by law to identify himself, in fact, with surveillance experts like the team of registered private investigators at King Investigators, the ability to remain unnoticed is a given.

As well-respected specialists in surveillance when it comes to cheating/infidelity, divorce and child custody cases, owner of King Investigators Jacques Botha brings well over ten years’ worth of experience to bear in every case he and his team undertake.

For Jacques and his team, it goes to protecting their client totally while on a case, which means that they go the distance to make sure that they aren’t even noticed, making sure to protect the client by not having to identify themselves or disclose their purposes.

When does it help for a PI to identify himself?

In cases that involve insurance fraud, tracing and various commercial cases, when information is hard to come by, it can help a private investigator to identify himself in order to get at vital information.

However, because King Investigators has been in the industry for so many years already, this team has been able to build up a network of other people in specialised fields who are able to help them, especially when it comes to gathering data for the benefit of a client.

Under no circumstances will any of these professional, registered private investigators put any client at risk by disclosing that they are indeed private investigators. 

Whatever this team has to do, they will not compromise the integrity of the investigation, your confidentiality and safety is a priority at King Investigators.

Contact Jacques at King Investigators today with regard to any investigation you may need carried out! Whether you need the top cheating spouse detective in South Africa on your side, assistance with proving employee theft or would like to trace a missing relative, no case is off-limits for King Investigators!


Are Private Eyes Legal?

If you’ve never needed to hire a PI but are now considering this possibility, you may ask the question; are private eyes legal? Let’s look at the downside of the private investigations industry before we get to the legalities of being a private eye in South Africa.

It’s unfortunate but true, that there are those who have no compunction about posing as a private investigator simply to fleece people out of their money, which until recent years has cast a shadow over the reputation of the guys who are legitimate PI’s.

The negative image given by these fraudsters to legitimate private investigators is grossly unfair, since it takes a lot of training, experience and knowledge to become an effective investigator.

A bona fide private eye will have studied at a recognised college in order to obtain a degree in private investigations, studies that include gaining a degree in Criminal Justice, since it is essential that any PI has a good understanding of the legalities attached to the industry.

Many private investigators have experience in the police services, which is always a good thing to be on the lookout for when hiring a PI, since this experience, along with further studies, assures you that you’ll be hiring someone who really knows what they’re doing in their field.

Are private eyes legal?

In order to become a private eye legally and officially in South Africa, the PI has to be registered by the regulatory body that oversees the conduct of the investigations industry, which is the Private Security Industry Regulation Authority (PSiRA).

If the PI you are looking into isn’t registered with the PSiRA, you would be doing yourself a great disservice by hiring him. In a world that can often be very shadowy, what you want is a private investigator who values integrity, one you know will see your case through to its conclusion the right way.

If you look at a private investigations firm such as King Investigators in Gauteng, you’ll find that this team meets all these requirements and more, to the extent that they are willing to guarantee the results of any investigation undertaken by them.

Owner of King Investigators, Jacques Botha, is a registered private investigator, meeting all the standards expected of private investigators by the PSiRA, and with almost 14 years’ experience on the ground, you simply can’t find better to handle your case.

King Investigations handles civil & criminal investigations

As Jacques likes to say, King Investigators is a full-service private investigations firm, with a team of professionals who don’t view any case as being off-limits.

In order to be able to hand both civil and criminal investigations, it takes an exceptional ability to cross over from carrying out surveillance on a subject to then delving into data which takes analytical skill, in order to provide clients with all the information they may need on the subject under investigation.

This ability to cross over means that you can rely on the team of investigators at King Investigators to be equipped with exceptional surveillance skills, the ability to communicate with anyone on any level, and the ability to carry out sometimes-monumental research and analysis.

If you’d prefer the best private investigator in South Africa on your case, contact King Investigators today for a free confidential consultation, or to find out more about private investigator rates.

You can rely on King Investigators to deliver the goods with honesty and integrity, which is exceptionally valuable if you want evidence that can stand up to scrutiny in court!