Ever have a claim that’s just a little “off”? Something about it just doesn’t sit right. If you need to get to the bottom of it, you might end up hiring a private investigator to track down possible insurance fraud. One of the best places to start is in social media for insurance crimes!
Our OSINT (Open Source Intelligence) Specialists are knowledgable within their industry, trained on manual search techniques, and multiple software platforms. There are constant changes to social site algorithms, search techniques, and privacy settings. Our specialists keep up with all new developments so you don't have to.
Since no two software platforms are the same, we use multiple. This allows us to search for the content you need in the most accurate way possible.
The content presented to you is in a sleek, user friendly report. All information given to you has been sifted through for false positives, analyzed, and measured for quality assurance.
Our Simple Search, also known as our social media search, contains all social media platforms. They are conducted by using multiple software platforms, experienced open source intelligence specialists, and specific methodologies to find the accurate results you need. Includes all curated results, social media sites only. Report contains links to each social site discovered.
Our Deep Web Search contains all the little details that are located in the surface and deep web. Includes all relevant social and online content. Report includes photo screenshots, statements, records, articles, blogs, etc. All curated content for each result found. Through multiple software platforms and your assigned specialist, we are digging and analyzing information that matches your exact requirements.
Judges are getting stricter when it comes to allowing social media as evidence in court. Not all cases make it to court of course, but preserving social media may be that extra step that you may want you to take. Social media posts can be altered quickly, often at the advice of opposing counsel. Be sure not to wait too long to capture the data you need and in some cases, be sure to preserve that data.