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We are the only professional Private Detective Network that specializes in Investigations for national and international clients to affordable rates. Our private investigative services include:


  •  Infidelity Investigations for cheating husbands and cheating wives 
  •  Internet Dating 
  •  People Search 
  •  Background and Criminal Investigations 
  •  Intellectual Property Investigations 
  •  Bank and Asset Searches 
  •  Real Estate Investigations
  •  Home and Business Security
  •  Insurance and Credit Investigations
  •  Undercover Operations 
  •  High Profil Clients  


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  • A staggering 75% of searching singles or married couples in the Philippines have had or are currently having an affair.
  • We provide confidential, discreet checks on your Filipina wife, fiancée, or girlfriend. We have several options available, from simple records and background verifications of the subject and family members and associates, to extended surveillance with photographic evidence.
  • Do you suspect your local business partner or employee of dishonesty? Has your company been suffering from pilferage or unexplained losses of corporate assets? We can investigate these questionable activities and uncover the perpetrators. We have operatives that are specialists in corporate fraud investigations.


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All private investigators like to believe they are the best, but when you need answers and results, you should not settle for anything less than a quick and efficient end to being cheated or victimized. We are taking the cases that other P.I.’s can’t or simply aren’t willing to take.


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Bankers warn against scams

THE promise of huge and quick returns on one’s investments can be tempting. If it’s too good to be true, chances are high that it is an investment scam.

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As the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has identified some companies, mostly in Luzon, that could be involved in illegal investment-taking activities, the Cebu Bankers Club (CBC) has also decided to warn the public to avoid fraudsters who are on the lookout for more victims.


“If it sounds too good to be true, it is. Any investment opportunity that claims you’ll receive substantially more could be highly risky – and that means you might lose money,” CBC said in its recently issued public service advisory.


When one promises a guaranteed return of investment, most likely it is a scam. The CBC explained that each investment carries some degree of risk, which is reflected in the rate of return one can expect to receive.


In the case where the money invested is “perfectly safe,” CBC said this means the person will most likely get a low return. High returns entail high risks, possibly including a total loss on the investments.


Pitches like “everyone is buying it” might be another red flag. A sales presentation that focuses, not on the product, but on how many others are doing is not worth considering.


The third red flag is when scam artists ask for immediate money. Lines like “This is once-in-a-lifetime offer” and “It will be gone tomorrow” are signs for future investors to back off.


CBC warned that fraudsters often try to lure investors through free investment seminars. They think that if they do a small favor for the victim, such as supplying a free lunch, that person will do a big favor for them and invest in their product.




Knowing all these red flags, CBC president Maximo Rey Eleccion advised the public to do proper research when faced with such tempting offers.


“Ask questions. Fraudsters are counting on you not to investigate before you invest. Fend them off by doing your own digging. It’s not enough to ask for more information or for references – fraudsters have no incentive to set you straight,” the CBC reminded.


Looking for the company’s financial statements from the SEC will be helpful to check the legitimacy and stability of the company. In addition, knowing the salesperson, even if you already know the person socially, will go a long way. “Find out if that person is licensed to sell securities and whether they or their firms have had run-ins with regulators or other investors,” the 52-year-old organization said.


Beware also of the “halo” effect, the organization warned. Investors can be blinded by a halo effect when a con artist comes across as likeable or trustworthy. They said that credibility can be faked and that actual qualifications should be considered, rather than one’s personality.


As scam artists continue to look for people they can victimize, Eleccion said everyone can fall victim to this, not just those who have a ready amount of money to invest.


Retirees, overseas Filipino workers and even low-wage earners can be victimized. Some, he said, although aware that what they are dealing with is a scam, will still risk their investments because of sweet promises of earning the quicker and faster way.


“The way I see it, people still go for it and it’s because of greed,” Eleccion said.


The newly-elected president of CBC instead advised those who are considering to grow their money to deal only with legitimate and stable financial institutions.


SEC earlier issued warnings against Emgoldex Philippines, which renamed itself to Global Intergold, and One Dream Global Marketing Inc.


The former is not a registered corporation with SEC while the latter is, but both are not authorized to solicit investments from the public.


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Philippines Investigators See No End to Romance Scams

Despite years of warnings from the media, law enforcement and private investigators, the number of reported romance scams in the Philippines remains high and shows no sign of abating. The mix of poverty, limited economic opportunity, and a high percentage of English speaking internet users continues to drive more Filipinas and Filipinos to internet fraud and scams. Where there is limited opportunity, such scams against foreigners can be profitable, and too good to pass up. Extra caution is advised in Philippine dating.

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Duterte’s son dragged into Jacama scam

DAVAO City Vice Mayor Paolo “Pulong” Z. Duterte on Tuesday said his name was actually used by Jacamato recruit more investors.

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Duterte told reporters that based on their monitoring, Jacama Sales and Marketing, which was shut down by the City Government, had dragged his name to its operation to convince investors about the legitimacy of the company.


“Actually last November pa naa nay nagtext ug nanawag sa akoa na ginagamit nila ang akong pangalan ug gi-report nako nakay Senior Superintendent Vicente Danao na imbestigahan sa CIDG (Actually, I started to receive texts and calls that they had been using my name so I reported it to Davao City Police Chief Danao for investigation),” the vice mayor said.


Duterte denied investing in the company.


“Na nag-invest daw ko sa ilaha og milyon-milyon. Daghan man gani ko og utang (They were claiming that I invested in million. How can that be when I even have a lot of debts),” Duterte said.


Jacama, last Friday was closed by the city for lack of proper business permit and also lack of Securities and Exchange Commission permit to solicit investments from people.


SEC last January 11, issued an advisory to people to stop investing at Jacama for “for its sale of products is merely a ruse to make it appear that the entity is engaged in marketing and distribution of products and for the obvious fact is the people are enticed to invest their money by promise of huge profits.”

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Amending the marital infidelity law

Inequalities in the law are no more harshly evident than  in the Revised Penal Code’s definition of marital infidelity and legal sanctions on perpetrators. Since 2013 a number of bills have been pending in Congress, seeking  to  amend if not to repeal Articles 333 and 334 of the RPC  to correct the imbalance in the treatment of men and women found guilty of the crime.

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