I recently discovered some people are taking my free training I post here, and are packaging it up and selling it as Private Investigator education online!
Don’t pay for free training!
Look, pay for training if payment is required by the course creator. I mean, and I don’t think you would, but don’t torrent, pirate or steal paid training. Let the creator get his or her part for the work they’ve done to learn, practice and then teach these skills.
But, if the training is put out there for free, don’t get ripped-off by someone’s scam of selling what is supposed to be a free gift to you!
Bonus Tip this week: Don’t ‘google’ yourself!
If you do, you will find all kinds of haters and trolls out there.
But, if you do find the troll comments, ignore them.
Remember: Hurt people hurt people. I mean, they’ve got their own brokenness and problems and they’re just trying to take it out on someone else rather than working to make themselves better.
Ignore the haters and continue to work on making yourself the best version of you that you can be!
Committed to your success,
Larry Kaye, P.I.
P.S. – Want more solid info like this? Then don’t miss my special report titled… If You Want To be a Private Investigator Give Up… Unless You Do These Three Things. You can get it right here…
I love your channel and you obviously know what your doing and you have truly earned the catchphrase, been there and done that.
We do a lot of insurance fraud investigations, specifically workman’s comp fraud and PIP surveillance in Michigan and Iowa.
We are looking to expand out into more of the intelligence type services such as hidden asset locates and so on.
Do you teach how to uncover hidden bank accounts and amounts within the accounts in compliance with the GLBA? Or do you know of any reputable company that does?
As always, thank you for continuing to share your expertise!!!
I don’t have any paid training on asset searches.
I made a video on why I don’t do them. It’s gruelingly long and you seem to understand this already, but if you’re interested it’s here:
I do have a free video of some methods that you may find useful, but again, I suspect you already know them. It’s also gruelingly long, but is designed for those who need a 101 lesson in asset searches. It’s here:
One source I left out of that video was PACER.
I hope that’s helpful!
God bless you in you endeavors,
P.S. – You may want to check out Eric Neal for training on this. He seems like a knowledgeable guy on these things!
Here’s his youtube channel: