Private investigator services in South Carolina.

Private investigator services in South Carolina.

Private investigator services in South Carolina. Private investigator services in South Carolina.

FAQs

Can a private investigator track or "bug" someone's cellphone?

I had only been a private investigator for a short while before I received a request to "track" someone's cellphone. I had to explain that it would be illegal. Any private Investigator who agrees to do so should be left alone. An exception to this could be conversations that are overheard while both the private investigator and subject are in a public place. 


However, it is permissible for a competent private investigator to conduct counter surveillance on a client's phone that he/she owns. Contact us today for a free initial consultation about this service. 

What are your prices at Best Choice Investigations?

Prices vary depending on your needs. However, our prices are competitive. We provide quality service and only use highly experienced investigators. Give us a call for your free initial consultation. 

Can private investigators loiter?

Loitering usually does not apply to private investigators because we are legally performing a job duty in which we are licensed to do.  


What's the difference between a private investigator and a private detective?


There is no difference between a private investigator and a private detective. The two terms can be used interchangeably. However, the word "detective" used alone usually refers to a police officer. It is not uncommon for a former (or retired) police officer or police detective to become a private investigator/detective.