Fox Investigations is located in Savannah, GA and owned by Clayton Taylor. Fox Investigations is a premier private investigation agency that specializes in providing online background investigations, litigation support, finding missing persons, finding assets, and due diligence investigations to businesses and individuals anywhere in the USA. Feel free to browse our blog section for interesting articles. You can e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org at any time to ask me about my services and receive a free consultation. You can find out more about me by checking out my about page here. For those looking to get started right away, check out my services below and submit a case to me immediately.
- Multiple database utilization such as IRB, IDI, and Delvepoint
- Online Criminal Background Check
- Litigation Support
- Cell Phone Forensics
- Civil Cases (Adultery, Child Custody, etc)
- Criminal Cases
- Due Diligence Investigations
- Background Investigations
- Corporate Investigations
- Pre-Marital Background Check
- Pre-Employment screening
- Tenant screening
- License search
- Missing Persons search / Skip Trace
- Asset search
- Marriage and Divorce searches
- Business Investigation Reports
- Employee Fraud
- Lien and Judgement Search
- Bankruptcy Reports
- GPS Tracking
- Address Search
- Digital Forensics
- Family, Neighbor, and Work Place Associates.
We can help you find a long lost friend or track down someone that you have previous business with. We can locate assets, bank records, search by social security numbers, and track people down by IP addresses. We have also helped clients catch fraudulent companies and then tracked down those responsible for further investigation and criminal prosecution. If you need a peace of mind, then you came to the right spot. We are a rapidly expanding company that is always increasing its capabilities in order to fit the needs of our clients.
Every case that I've worked has been drastically different in nature and have been for clients located all over the United States. Clients always have a direct line to my business phone as well as e-mail which allows me to respond to their needs quickly and effectively. Most background checks and person locates can be accomplished very rapidly and clients are always delivered results in a clean interactive PDF report.
One of the most popular Google searches, and definitely one that yields a lot of great results and information. However, many people that I have come across don't really know how exactly a private investigator works. Do they charge a flat fee? Do I pay a retainer? What exactly is a retainer agreement? How do I find a private investigator and who do I know to trust? Well lets go over a few of these and hit some important topics.
Make sure the Private Investigator is professionally licensed.
Fox Investigations Company License # PDC002723
Most private investigators will post their license number on their website which a potential client can look up on the state licensure website located here. Our license number, for example, is posted on the bottom of each page of our website. This lets clients know that we meet the Georgia requirements for operating in this profession.
How do I know who to trust?
Word of mouth is by far the best tool to find out if someone is reputable or not. If an investigator is unwilling to speak or meet with you then generally that's a good sign that I would take my business elsewhere. Some investigators can't answer the phones at all times due to ongoing investigations, so e-mailing and leaving a message would better ensure you get the service you need.
You also want to find an investigator that is going to be experienced. Most investigators are retired police detectives, military, or even news reporters. To use myself as an example, I have over ten years of experience with special operations in the U.S. Army as well as private investigation companies working surveillance work stateside as well as overseas. There are guys out there that try to work without a license, and without experience. This will only find you trouble and certainly land you in legal trouble as there are many laws an investigator must be aware of to protect themselves and the clients they conduct business for.