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January 2006

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Sunday, January 29th

Who I Can and Won't Trace


I've gotten several emails this month asking me to trace Celebrities in the UK and the USA!

Not A-list celbrities but ones that were in sitcoms, supporting actors etc.

I will not trace these people as 1) They should eb easy to contact through their agents if they want to be contacted. 2) Having photographers suddenly appear and take pitures of them may be against the human rights act (though the courts haven't charged anyone with this yet). I am sure that the members of the press who contacted me are professionals and would act within the law but I'm not going to take the chance.

I also won't trace people under the age of 18. 1) They are just children and their privacy must be protected. 2) They would be incredibly hard to trace anyway as they wouldn't appear in public records.

Apart from that my trace success rate has increased from the usual 70% to 85% this month smile I usually get really difficult cases which brings the overal success ratio down, but this month the case load was abit more straight forward. Which is good news, more of my clients were happier this month wink

Andy on 01.29.06 @ 05:44 AM CST [link]

Tuesday, January 17th

New Year New Cases


Happy New Year to you all, though it's about 2-3 weeks late.

I've been busy over the christmas and new year period reuniting lost friends and family. So I've done some good deeds this year already smile

I've also joined a new Private Investigator Association, just waiting on getting my membership pack now. I'll give details later.

I've gotten some requests to trace mobile phones and trace Santa Clause! I can't do either sad Mobile phone records are kept secret under the data protection act by the mobile phone companies, and Santa Clause isn't real (sorry, ha ha).

I'll try to update this more regularly but the software has ben giving me some difficulties.

Andy on 01.17.06 @ 11:56 AM CST [link]