There are people, who for various reasons, don’t want to be found, which is when they ask the question; how do private investigators track you?
When a private investigator is hired to find someone, they focus all their skill and energy on one case for their client, which means they don’t stop until they’re able to deliver the results expected by the client.
Private investigators like the registered team at King Investigators, use a variety of tracing methods to achieve the level of success that has made them the top investigative firm in Gauteng.
This team leaves no stone unturned when they’re tracing an individual, and their confidence in their abilities and level of experience, enables them to offer clients guaranteed results at the end of every investigation.
How do private investigators track you?
If a private investigator is hired to find someone, you can be confident that they’ll find the individual they’re tracing, since they’re able to focus all their attention on one case at a time, which is very different to the case load that a SAPS detective would be dealing with on a daily basis.
There are a few places from which King Investigators would start to initiate a trace in order to track someone, including using the persons last known address, landline number or cell phone number.
They’ll also use their name and surname, along with either their ID number or date of birth, and if they own any property, they’ll also start there.
Because owner of King Investigators, Jacques Botha, has been in the industry for well over a decade, he and his team of investigators use these tactics and more to track and trace someone on behalf of their client.
This team understands the limits of the law when it comes to tracking someone, and because they adhere to the code of conduct as laid out by the governing body that oversees the security industry, PSiRA, they won’t do anything illegal to bring any case to a close.
This is very important for the client, since any evidence gathered by a private investigator or any illegal behaviour by him, will nullify anything he has done during the investigation.
Tracing using GPS tracking devices
GPS tracking devices can be used if a friend or member of the family knows where the person that is being sought is hiding out, however, there are legalities that have to be met before GPS tracking devices can be used on any vehicle. The owner of the vehicle has to give permission for the tracking device to be attached to the vehicle, which can be a bit tricky.
In the case of a cheating spouse, if the car the cheater is driving is registered to the spouse that has hired King Investigators, then he or she can give Jacques and his team permission to attach a GPS tracker to the vehicle. If this is not the case, the tracker can’t be used.
Contact King Investigators to track & trace missing persons
If you’re trying to trace someone, whether for personal reasons or because they’ve skipped out on a civil or criminal case, contact King Investigators for a free confidential consultation, to find out more about what this team of professionals can do to assist you.