There are several questions which the average consumer or a new business may be interested in acquiring the services of a private investigator.

We attempt to address those questions we feel are important when choosing your private investigation firm.

  • What is a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE)?
  • The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) establishes and administers the CFE designation. According to the ACFE, the individual holding this designation denotes proven expertise in fraud prevention, detection, deterrence and investigation. CFEs must meet stringent academic, professional and character requirements, comply with the ACFE Code of Professional Ethics and continually build their skills through on going professional education.

  • What are your costs for services?
  • Currently we offer a no-cost consultation where we can discuss rates and fees associated with the type of work you may be in need of. We can also attempt to provide you with an approximate cost associated with your case, however we make no guarantees. We will do our best to not exceed our estimated budget, and within our past experience, we can report that if we have gone over budget, it has not exceeded 10%. Note that if additional work is requested, the budget amount will be discussed and most likely amended. Communication between Pettus Investigations and the client is constant, so there are never any questions regarding the work or costs.

  • Do you offer a flat fee for any services?
  • Pettus Investigations can work with those clients that prefer a flat fee.

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