Manchester Private Investigators have a lot of accomplishment along with knowledge regarding fraud investigations. With more people becoming victim to this crime it is not surprising that Manchester Private Investigators see more private customers and business clients than ever before. This crime can affect anyone and it is an annoying and frustrating criminal offense that is certainly influenced by greed.
If your organization has been prey to the criminal offense of fraud you will know that it could possibly have been prevented and occasionally the offender is stopped and hopefully punished. Each of our services performed by our private investigators in Manchester may give some comfort to their customers by ensuring them that our private investigation company will be able to help with Identity fraud, profit scam, bogus online dating services scam along with blackmail. All of these crimes are a variety of common fake operations that the private investigators can help you with.
According to what he told the Manchester Private Investigators, she was like a grandmother to him. She had worked at his family's furniture business for as long as our client could remember. Recently, our client's father retired from the business and left the reins in his son's hands. It was then the new head of the business began to notice irregularities in their bank account. It wasn't that he was looking for them. Our client was simply trying to familiarise himself with all the business when he came across some money moving mysteriously out of the company account. His fear was the accountant, who had been with the company for 32 years, had been skimming money. Because of their long relationship, the father just assumed the grandmotherly accountant was honest. But the transfer of funds to unknown payees and bank accounts was evidence beyond dispute. The numbers didn't lie, and there were definite problems with the numbers. However, there was no evidence the accountant was committing the crime. Anybody could have hacked the account. So, the owner of the furniture store hired one of our private investigators to discover who was transferring the lost funds.
Our private detective set up hidden software that would oversee and record everything on the accountant's computer and the three other computers in the furniture store. This was a covert action and legal because the company owned the computers, and our private detective was using the spy software in an attempt to stop a crime. If it was an outside hacker, this would not be helpful. However, removing the accountant as a suspect would be a helpful first move. Our private investigators reviewed the snapshots of the computer screen as well as the keystrokes and mouse clicks. He then brought any concerns or sign of unusual activity to the attention of the owner each day. When we reviewed the third day's evidence, our private detective found some money going to an unknown account. Someone had lumped this money in with a series of legitimate payments on an active bill-paying day, so the transaction wouldn't stand out as much. Someone had made the transaction from the accountant's computer, and our private investigator corroborated that the accountant was working at her desk when the transaction took place. It was a cash transaction from the company's bank to an unknown bank account without any note. It was a small amount, but enough that it could add up quickly if repeated. Our private detectives continued to watch the company's computers and the same type of transaction happened again four days later, and again the accountant was present at her desk.
Our private detective brought our findings to the owner who called his solicitor. The three of them met with woman who admitted that she owned the account where she had been sending the money. Because she had been with the family business so long, the owner did not report the crime to the police, but he did dismiss her. The company has hired Manchester Private Investigators many times since to consult about the company's security.