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Private Investigator

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  Private Investigator business.

  Business Overview

  When you think of a private investigator, images of Sam Spade may come to mind. However, private investigators today do not sleep in their office, carry a flask of whiskey, or wear trench coats and wide brimmed hats. Most assignments now handled by private investigators include spouse surveillance and insurance fraud investigation. The business does require an investigator license, and ideally a police or military training background. A well-established private investigator can enjoy an interesting lifestyle, which can be very well paying in terms of compensation for services.
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