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Corporate Fraud Investigations

Meet Bob. He works for a successful company, manages a few employees, but this year the profits in his department are far lower than they should be. There isn’t a reason that he can find for this loss of money but Bob’s got a hunch. He doesn’t know who it is, but he’s confident that [...]

October 20th, 2018|Blog, Corporate Fraud Investigation|0 Comments

Cyber Investigation and Computer Forensics in the Digital World

Security is a fickle concept; despite the expectation that everything in our lives is secure, crime and deception can almost always find a way to wheedle their ways into our lives. Despite a top-of-the-line home security system, there are plenty of avenues that could still lead to a crime or breach of security. Even with [...]

October 9th, 2018|Blog, Computer Forensics|0 Comments

5 Reasons Using a Private Investigator Can Help You Win A Civil Case

Good lawyers win cases with available evidence. Great lawyers look for their own. How? By acquiring the expertise of a civil private investigator. While attorneys wield the law like gun-toting sharpshooters inside the courtroom, they’d be shooting blanks without sufficient, compelling evidence that only a civil private investigator can bring to the table. But what [...]

September 21st, 2018|Blog, private investigation|0 Comments

How Much Should You Know About Your Employees?

Your decision to hire someone is most likely based upon their ability to fill a specific need in your company. The value the employee brings to the company justifies the cost incurred during the hiring process, as well as the employee’s salary and company benefits.  According to a Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) study, [...]

June 6th, 2018|Background Screening, Blog|0 Comments

Eavesdropping (Part Two)

Generally speaking, federal law is supreme and supersedes state and local law unless those laws are more restrictive. Some states require two-party consent for recordings of conversations, while some require that only one party privy to the conversation gives consent. (Out of an abundance of caution and simplicity, a two-party consent law should be interpreted [...]

May 17th, 2018|Blog, Services|0 Comments

Eavesdropping (Part One)

Are your private conversations really private? Are the corporate secrets that you’ve been discussing in a presumably-secure location, such as your conference room, vulnerable to eavesdropping? You probably won’t be be surprised to know that covert listening devices (aka bugs, wires) are easily hidden inside ordinary locations of private businesses and other private premises. That [...]

May 10th, 2018|Blog, Services|0 Comments

Government Investigation Consulting

Investigative caseloads fluctuate depending upon the number of current (on-going) investigations existing plus the number of new investigations initiated on any given day, versus the number of investigators who are available to conduct the investigations (receive assignments). This caseload ratio is consistent among local, state, and federal law enforcement investigative units. As you can imagine, [...]

April 20th, 2018|private investigation, Services|0 Comments

Parental Kidnapping

Missing persons cases are particularly painful. No matter the cause, the feelings of uncertainty and lack of closure of a missing child, teen, or adult brings unending sorrow to loved ones. According to Child Find of America, every day approximately 2300 children are missing in the United States. That means that about 800,000 kids are [...]

March 15th, 2018|parental kidnapping, Services|0 Comments

Can a Private Investigator Legally Search a Computer?

We all know that law enforcement is required by law (the US Constitution) to play by the rules. Illegal searches, for example, can result in the exclusion of any evidence or information gained through that search at trial. For example, a computer retrieved from a suspect’s vehicle as suspected proceeds of a crime, such as [...]

February 19th, 2018|Blog, private investigation|0 Comments

How Private Investigations Can Help with Locating a Missing Person

Missing persons cases offer unique challenges. Typically, the victim of a crime is the person who calls the police and reports the incident. For example, if you were robbed at gunpoint, you would most likely call the police and report the crime. And as with most incidents, it’s necessary for the police to interview the [...]

July 27th, 2017|Blog|0 Comments

Forletta Provides “Fresh Set of Eyes” through Cold Case Review and Investigative Services

Why some investigations run cold, and how a “fresh set of eyes” by a Private Investigative Service can be so beneficial in helping resolve a case.  Sometimes criminal or civil cases can be simple and straightforward. Other times they’re not. Evidence is often complex, difficult to decipher, and can have varying degrees of usefulness or [...]

July 20th, 2017|Blog, private investigation, Services|0 Comments

How Forletta Can Help you with Missing Persons

A private investigator is usually called upon to uncover the truth, facts and circumstances that convert mere suspicion into solid evidence, wherever that may lead. FORLETTA is Cleveland and Pittsburgh’s private investigation service with an extensive knowledge base, resources and experiences to provide the best evidence in any of the following private investigator services. In [...]

June 15th, 2017|Blog|0 Comments

Private Investigation and Sports

As your go-to Pittsburgh private investigator service, we at Forletta can help you with any number of problems you may be dealing with. We help in areas of education, intellectual property, health care, child custody, law, business and much, much more. Additionally, Forletta has expertise in the areas of forensics, due diligence, handwriting analysis, polygraphs, [...]

May 22nd, 2017|Blog, Services|0 Comments

Three Qualities of Highly Effective Private Investigators

We at Forletta want to share with you what we think makes a good private investigator. There is no question that particular traits are needed to be successful in this field, but, the question you may be asking is what traits are important? When looking for a private investigator to help you with your case, [...]

May 11th, 2017|Blog, private investigation|0 Comments

How We Can Help with Law Cases

When it comes to lawyers, trials and litigation—I don’t think anyone outside of the field truly knows all that is involved when it comes to all of the information they must find to be successful with their case. It takes countless hours of research and information collecting, to say the least. The work necessary is [...]

April 27th, 2017|private investigation|0 Comments