The most expensive private investigator advice you can get is free advice.
Sure, there are a ton of things you can learn for free online, but you need to be very careful about the sources you trust.
1. how long have they been doing what they are teaching?
2. How long have they been teaching?
3. Do they seem reasonable?
4. What’s their motivation for teaching for “free” online?
WARNING: It may not be an absolute “deal breaker”, but watch-out anytime someone online says, “It’s perfectly legal to _____________.” How do they know that?!? Are they an attorney? Are they really giving legal advice?
Bonus Tip: Here’s a guy I personally find trustworthy. He’s a P.I. named Andrew and you can find him here.
And this leads me to the next question I have for you…
What will you be in the news for?
If you are in the news because you followed “free” online advice, well… Ouch!
Try to be in the news for “the basics”. Showing integrity, honesty, good customer service and doing the right thing even when it’s the hard thing.
Do you know of a piece of “free” private investigator or process server advice people are “teaching” online that you know is wrong? Drop it in the comments!
Committed to your success,
Larry Kaye, P.I.