Re: Section 22/ Percentage of Disability and Private Investigator
So the stranger did what you did, found the name of an investigator and used it.
He is without a doubt an SUI investigator, he basically acknowledged it and yes he compromised the investigation. I found him on LinkedIn
and his title is SUI Investigator for a company that works investigating workers comp cases. I also tracked down his NY state license number.
Investigators don't have contact with or reveal their names to the target - that's just plain ridiculous.
That does it, that alone proves he's an investigator.
When he came to my door, he told me I was supposed to receive a piece of jewelry from his Mother's company and I never ordered jewelry from her company
I mean who else but an investigator would use that scam?
Did you ever think of asking to see his badge? A real PI would show his badge at first contact, you wouldn't have to ask for it or look him up on the internet.
That's it, always respond to strangers selling a scam with your real phone number, I mean who wouldn't.
When I questioned him and told him I never heard of his mother's company
and I never ordered jewelry from her company he then tried to tell me someone must of ordered it for me. I asked who and he told me he would have to check and I should call him later and he gave me his name and phone number. I sent him a text later that night
asking who ordered it and what was ordered.
Do you really believe a PI would knock on your door, give his real name and sell the oldest scam in the book?
An investigators job is to obtain video evidence of you performing outside of your restrictions not verify your name or address, they already know that.
They'll never obtain the above by knocking on the door and running some silly scam, that would defeat the purpose of why they where hired.
You better call the police and inform them you're being stalked or worse - that guy isn't a PI, he's a con man.
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