Here at Fox Investigations we have developed investigative resources to help with any investigation. It has become a passion of ours to develop sources and contacts that would reveal any information you suspect may be hidden from you. While we have compiled a list of our services below we understand every investigation is unique in some way. If you do not see a specific search you believe will be helpful in your situation feel free to contact us and we will be more than happy to help you obtain your goal.
What is Workers Compensation Fraud?
Workers compensation fraud occurs when a claimant, employer, or health care provider knowingly lies in order to gain an advantage, savings, money, or other benefit. While many people believe that workers compensation fraud solely consists of employees lying about or exaggerating their injuries, workers compensation fraud can involve both employers and employees.
The below infographic shows the comparison between employer and employee workers compensation fraud, as well as statistics and consequences.
I wrote about this in another blog awhile back about searching good ole Google for top 10 opt outs and wanted to make sure I revisited the article again. Are you getting pre-approved credit offers randomly in the mail or just sick of people spamming your phone with unwanted calls from telemarketers with their scams? Well do I have the solution for you and it's well worth the good 30 minutes to hour out of your day that you can spend removing yourself so a total stranger can't get your information.
Personally speaking, this type of investigation has the ability to be the most rewarding. Especially in cases where an investigator has the ability to reunite a family after many years separated from each other. These cases can also be to help business owners that are looking to hunt down people that owe them money or someone reaching out to find their old friend from high school. Trying to hunt down someone by google search alone can be time consuming and lead to inaccurate or false results. Especially when you buy results from automated databases such as Intelius.
So awhile back I wrote a blog article discussing Virtual Private Networks and how it encrypted your browsing data and provided many other features. Today I wanted to discuss PGP encryption which is an encryption protocol that is easy to use that allows you to send encrypted messages. Then I want to progress to talking about a few apps that are out now, including Facebook, that provide an encrypted messaging feature that only you and the other person can see with features such as self detonating messages (messages that just delete themselves automatically after a certain period of time a lot like Snapchat)
There may be times that an individual for whatever reason may need to acquire military records for say the death of a family member or to confirm the background of a particular individual. Whatever the reason, today I'm going to cover how to retrieve a certificate of discharge also known as a DD-214. This is the sheet of paper that every veteran gets upon discharge from the military that outlines everything about their military service. Such as the rank they held, their awards, deployments, type of discharge (honorable), and various codes that explain different details such as medical discharge, dishonorable, etc.
Companies use information like this in data aggregate software to track your buying habits down to the point they know exactly whats happening in your life based off of purchasing habits. Ever get those convenient coupons in the mail you think everyone else in the neighborhood is getting? Think again. Those are customized as per your recorded buying habits and sandwiched in between other less attractive coupons as to not alarm you to their tracking.