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Private investigators are using our devices and services to track the movement of spouses, children and workers. Those using devices tied to the global positioning system of satellites include individuals who believe mates are having affairs, employers who suspect workers are misusing company vehicles or parents who wonder if their children are where they are supposed to be.
FindWhere is used to track stolen cars and find accident locations. Working with police, FindWhere users can turn on the system only if the car appears to have been stolen. The system will also automatically activate if car or person is moving outside a certain safe zone, or when a speeding event occurs. In certain user definable events, notifications will be sent out to parents, emergency services or the PI investigating the case. On select devices, listening in is a very useful option to evaluate the actual situation at the present location of the device.
FindWhere is used as a substitute for criminal incarceration. Our devices and services give local governments a cheap alternative to incarceration and allow offenders an opportunity to continue working and living at home. Law enforcement agencies can create "electronic fences" around areas that are off-limits to offenders. The GPS system can be programmed to alert police if a sex offender enters a schoolyard, for example.
Many PI's working to investigate missing assets from rental fleets and trucking companies already use satellite positioning systems to track cars and cargo. Many agencies use our devices for keeping tabs on kids, Alzheimer's patients or cheating spouses. Whatever happened to the lipstick stain on the collar? In the old days of freewheeling adultery, a hang-up call in the middle of the night was the worst a philandering rogue had to worry about. Now there are itemized cell-phone bills, call-display screens, automobile tracking devices, Internet history folders, stealth-mode keystroke-recording software programs and spray-on sperm detectors all waiting to trip them up.
The detective business is a $3 billion a year industry in the United States, and spouses are leading the way, employing a range of techniques to catch their mates at adultery. Many other technologies can be used to track and monitor people and to detect types of behavior. In spite of the rise of DNA testing, GPS tracking, and conversation recording are the most popular. iFind2000 GPS is definitely our number one seller for tracking and iFind 1000 devices for listening in. The devices have become so small that they will fit into anything.
The total surveillance society of the future will not be one where only the government is watching. Even business surveillance of employees and customers is only a part of the larger phenomenon. Individuals will increasingly track the movements, conversations, electronic messages, and activities of others in a growing number of ways. Spouses will surveil each other, parents will track the movements and activities of their children.
The widespread embrace of the use of surveillance technology by the general public demonstrates a popular willingness to watch and track other people. This trend looks set to continue to grow with no end in sight.
"As a private investigator it is critical that I use GPS technology that is reliable and easy to use. In my opinion, Findwhere has the best products on the market. I have been a customer for several years and I presently own more than 20 GPS units. All of my gps units are Findwhere products.
Findwhere GPS units are affordable, offer long battery life, they are small and easy to install, and the Ifind 3000 is able to transmit locations even when installed underneath metal bumpers in trucks. I’ve even obtained locations from the Ifind 3000 inside parking garages which is very rare for gps units.
Findwhere’s web site interface is user friendly and easy to navigate. The “birdseye” view is incredible. It appears to show a clean high resolution photo of exactly where the gps is located on the street. It allows you to determine if the subject is parked in a commercial, residential or industrial area.
As a private investigator I provide my clients with the findwhere website, the login and password and they love being able to monitor their spouse and children’s locations from any internet site. I have received nothing but compliments from my clients regarding Findwhere and the use of their techonology.
I recommend Findwhere to any private investigator, business owner or anyone who wants to keep track of their loved ones and valuable possessions."
Patrick R. Schneemann, Licensed Private Investigator
"We (my siblings and I) purchased the iFind2000 system and placed it in our 80-year-old father's car when he started having some memory loss and got lost driving a couple of times in the Kansas City area, where he has lived all his life. He had always made it home on his own, but we felt it was a matter of time before he would get lost and not realize it.
My father is currently living alone as my mother was admitted to a nursing home a couple of weeks ago. On April 25th, I was hounded by an eerie feeling - a sixth sense if you will. I decided to check up on my father's whereabouts. Upon reviewing the data, I realized he was in an area he shouldn't be in. My sister and I contacted the police, where he was driving, and relayed his license plate number and car description. After a tense hour or so he was found at approximately 8:30 that night. He was fine, but did not even realize he was lost.
I don't even want to imagine what would have happened if we didn't have iFind2000. Thank you for all your help."Lisa P. (Kansas)
"I purchased the iFind2000 and had it installed in my husband's car. When he called me to say he'd be 'working late,' I received detailed reports online and located his car at a sleazy motel, right outside of town.
Now I can confront him, knowing my suspicions were justified."Wendy C. (New Jersey)
"Thanks to the iFind3000, my husband and I discovered that our teenage son drove the car to a house where a wild party was happening, instead of his friend's house." Monica L. (New York)
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